CareerTech students can earn credentials to show they have the skills needed in the workplaces of today and tomorrow.
Five Oklahomans will be inducted into the 2013 Oklahoma Career and Technology Education Hall of Fame Nov. 6 at a banquet in the Oklahoma State University Conoco-Phillips Alumni Center in Stillwater. Tickets for the reception and banquet are $55 each. Please contact Lisa Eden, 405-743-5453, for more information or to make a reservation for the event. The deadline for reservations is Oct. 25.
CareerTech and other agencies will hold a military hiring event in Stillwater in November.
Governor Mary Fallin has selected Todd Hiett to serve on the State Board of Career and Technology Education.
Tri County Tech programs introduced Nicole Biddinger to love of science, math and medicine, leading to a $3,000 award and plans to study health and disease research.
Money pays for equipment upgrades and scholarships.
The Oklahoma Career and Technical Educators Equity Council honored 25 Oklahomans at the 19th Annual Making It Work Day at the Capitol on April 10.
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CareerTech: Removing barriers to learning.
Gordon Cooper Tech Team #2341, the Sprockets.
Great Plains’ 3-D Animation student, Shelton Moore uses the Organic Motion Capture system to create an animated image of instructor Jeremy Wright swinging a baseball bat.