Oklahoma CareerTech's Denise Morris named Family, Career and Community Leaders of America 2011 State Adviser of the Year.
“Making It Work Day” recognizes individuals who are committed to removing barriers to success for families in poverty by providing educational experiences for students beyond the classroom.
CareerTech education has to be more than earning a diploma and landing a job after high school. It has to be about students earning a postsecondary degree or an industry-recognized certification and landing a job that leads to a successful career.
Some 71,000 middle school through senior high school students and adults, members of Oklahoma CareerTech’s seven student organizations supporting related course offerings at 556 schools and 57 technology center campuses across the state.
Junior Engineering Team – JET – was named the overall winner at the Governor’s Real World Design Challenge.
The first inmate training facility in the United States offering vocational-technical training by a state CareerTech system opened at Hodgen, Okla. in 1971.
Natural communications skills combined with CareerTech leadership and professional development opens global doors for Colin Lowe.
Jessica Winegeart works in a male-dominated career to help clients produce better crops.
Being a female offender did not stop Donna Hanning from becoming a productive member of society.
Oklahoma Predictive Maintenance User’s Group grows with greater service.
Eric Devore now has an open road to pursue his interests in the truck driving industry.
Sooner Construction Company of North Central Oklahoma and Pioneer Tech focus on developing skilled workers for future workforce.