Four Oklahoma CareerTech educators and professionals received $40,000 for doing outstanding work. They were honored at the 47th annual Oklahoma Career and Technology Education Summer Conference. Top awards were also presented to 35 educators and staff members, and 16 schools received Gold Star awards. More than 3,500 CareerTech teachers, counselors, administrators and staff members converged on the Tulsa Cox Convention Center Aug. 4-5 for conference, which the Oklahoma CareerTech System holds in partnership with the Oklahoma Association of Career and Technology Education.
A new tool can help Oklahoma technology center health careers students complete their studies.
The invitation-only forum, which will be June 13, will be livestreamed so anyone can sit in digitally.
Oklahoma CareerTech trains teachers for early care programs.
It’s a busy day at the salon, with dozens of customers getting their hair cut and blown out, having their nails done or just being primped and pampered.
Individual releases about people and organizations receiving awards at the 2014 Making It Work Day at the Capitol.
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