One credit from dropping out, Dylan Davis gets a second chance at Metro Career Academy.
The trucking industry desperately seeks quality drivers; CareerTech hits the road to fulfill the need.
With at least 23 different courses required to graduate, Oklahoma high school students can find it challenging to fit in CareerTech courses.
The Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education is supporting efforts to help those who have served in the military successfully transition into training or employment. To assist with these efforts, the department has hired Amy Ewing-Holmstrom, Lawton, to coordinate activities in southwest Oklahoma. She will begin April 9.
Three days of grueling competition and creative youth ingenuity, all wrapped up in this video for you enjoy . . .
Once unsure of future goals, David Kelly found passion for the health industry through membership in HOSA.
Tue Dinh combines natural math ability with passion for design at Metro Tech, gaining skills for TuDi Production success.
“Data” Condulle’s last-minute decision transformed a shy student into a STEM rock star.
Jessica Winegeart works in a male-dominated career to help clients produce better crops.
Eric Devore now has an open road to pursue his interests in the truck driving industry.
America Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant monies, supplemented with local funding, to retrofit aging HVAC systems with ground source (geothermal) heat pump systems on three technology center campuses.
After working with Artist Douglas Elder to build a five-story bridge of string for the 2013 Creativity Forum Nov. 19, Metro Technology Center students were asked "What is creativity? Why did you volunteer to participate in a project like this? What lessons did you learn?"
A motivating competition for high school students
With education funding down, schools are trying to find ways to save money; and, Metro Career Academy in Oklahoma City may have found a way...by going green.
We attend the Red Carpet Film Festival in Norman to show you how CareerTech's skilled workforce is needed to continue to expand Oklahoma's film industry.
Matching the right employee to the right job at the right time creates a healthy workplace and positive economic impact on the community and the state.
A look at Tulsa Tech's Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) classroom.
The first inmate training facility in the United States offering vocational-technical training by a state CareerTech system opened at Hodgen, Okla. in 1971.
Custom trailer fitted with mobile satellite, triage/classroom and ambulance simulator to training healthcare providers and serve as triage during disasters.