The Cedar Canyon Adventure Program is a residential group home for adjudicated adolescent males hoping to improve their quality of life.
Enid’s economy is strong as small and large businesses alike base their marketing strategies around the word “adventurous.”
A shocking experience with an electrical outlet at a young age determined Gary Hall Jr.’s career pathway – following in his father’s footsteps.
We remember Eddie Warrior, a man who settled in Oklahoma well before statehood and whose legacy changed people’s lives.
On May 31, 2013, Canadian Valley Technology Center in El Reno took a direct hit from the widest known tornado in history.
Digital printing presses are a game changer in the printing world as they allow completion of small and even single-run jobs.
The Francis Tuttle Computer Science Academy is designed to prepare high school students for success in colleges of computer science.
Oklahoma’s state leaders remain steadfast in their effort to close the skills gap in STEM education to secure a job-ready workforce.
Gordon Cooper Tech’s pre-engineering program gave Whitney Heer the science and math foundation she needed to enter the naval academy.
Educators at Northeast Technology Center are trying to spark an interest in working with electricity in young females.
Education and industry have partnered to create a workforce to support more than 70 diverse manufacturers in the Shawnee area.
An Oklahoma State University grad attends Meridian Technology Center on her pathway to a promising career in the medical profession.
Maker education camps conducted by CareerTech allow students and teachers the chance to think, build and learn.
A helping hand and guidance gave Porsha Lippincott the assistance she needed to become successful.
Thanks to Phillips 66, Bartlesville High School has added innovation labs to expand STEM education.
Noah Galloway makes no excuses for life-changing injuries sustained while serving his country, but shares his story to motivate and inspire others.
CareerTech’s skills centers and TEEM, a nonprofit education and employment ministry, are giving former offenders second chances.
Students receive lessons from some of the industry’s best at the Roy Clark Music School at Northeast Technology Center in Claremore, Okla.
“CareerTech: The Original Makerspace” was the theme of a Feb. 11 event sponsored by the Oklahoma Business Roundtable. This video was produced for the event, which featured Mark Hatch, CEO of TechShop, and students from various CareerTech program across the state.
Francis Tuttle Technology Center’s broadcast and video production students learn the art of directing, writing scripts and editing projects.