Escaping an abusive marriage, Leslie Cain earns credentials for multiple career paths at Caddo Kiowa Technology Center.
Inspired to achieve at Canadian Valley Technology Center Whitney Clarkson earns multiple degrees and career choices.
Skills Center graduate Wade Frank Harting earns licenses in HVAC and electricity while incarcerated and lands 'dream job' upon release.
Following a family tradition of joining FFA, Colte Julian started his career in music by singing with the FFA chorus.
Gin Pak applies the discipline and commitment required to obtain a third-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do to biotechnology classes and preparing for medical school.
Sibling rivalry and curiosity led Kelly Murray into a male-dominated work zone.
Overcoming gender differences, Sheila Ray excels in the HVAC program while earning credentials for a high-wage job.
Unemployed and homeless, Doug Volkman found direction and skills to earn a paycheck at Canadian Valley.
“Data” Condulle’s last-minute decision transformed a shy student into a STEM rock star.
Tue Dinh combines natural math ability with passion for design at Metro Tech, gaining skills for TuDi Production success.
Marty Kilgore’s farming background provides a cool twist at the Blue Bell Creamery in Wagoner County.
Once unsure of future goals, David Kelly found passion for the health industry through membership in HOSA.
Case IH Agriculture invests in safety training.
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation Principal Investigator Dr. Joel Guthridge mentors and provides leadership at Great Plains Technology Center.
A healthy partnership supplies Unity Health Center with well-trained health professionals.
Managers at Wilco Machine and Fabrication, Inc. fine tune leadership skills.
Heather Eccard emerges from life-changing events to change her career path and now helps change the lives of others at the Oklahoma Heart Hospital.
Travis Brorsen uses valuable lessons learned in FFA enabling him to be in the right place at the right time.
Partnering for EMT Paramedic expands Cushing Fire Department services.
Laynie Boddy maximizes college credit while still in high school.