New 16,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility will assist in providing training necessary for industry.
Custom trailer fitted with mobile satellite, triage/classroom and ambulance simulator to training healthcare providers and serve as triage during disasters.
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.
The late Gov. Henry Bellmon, Jim E. Hamilton, Earl Cowan, and Vince Orza are inducted into the Oklahoma CareerTech Education Hall of Fame.
New facility to focus on alternative fuel technology, including liquid natural gas and compressed natural gas.
Take AIM is designed for first and second year members who are beginning their journey through FCCLA, the CareerTech student organization affiliated with Family and Consumer Sciences Education.
Oklahoma CareerTech's Denise Morris named Family, Career and Community Leaders of America 2011 State Adviser of the Year.
Oklahoma HOSA brings home the national president-elect, David Kelly, 18 first-place medals, most popular t-shirt design and an award-winning increase in membership.
Mark American Horse, SkillsUSA advisor at Central Tech in Sapulpa created Oklahoma SkillsUSA's first Crime Scene Investigation and First Aid/CPR contests and nationally recognized “Puppy Strike.”
“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.
Junior Engineering Team – JET – was named the overall winner at the Governor’s Real World Design Challenge.
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.
The first inmate training facility in the United States offering vocational-technical training by a state CareerTech system opened at Hodgen, Okla. in 1971.
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.
Hundreds of students in the Tulsa area are taking advantage of a new opportunity for success in the after hours.
Criminal Justice students from Metro Technology Centers and Francis Tuttle went head to head during the second annual Physical Fitness Challenge on Dec. 8.