Oklahoma Horizon's 500th episode aired; career development pilot project launched; STEM grants available; mobile app available for tech centers, agency; STEM student success; hiring event planned at Fort Sill for Oklahoma military members; useful links; and my schedule for the week.
Special thank you to Express Employment Professionals; 35 individuals receive top awards, 16 schools receive Gold Star awards; the difference YOU make; great Summer Conference; Continuous School Improvement workshop; CtYou.org is now live; useful links; and my schedule for the week.
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.
Procrastination will be your downfall; rethinking why we educate; the renaissance continues -- will Oklahoma participate? final Monday Memo; Oklahoma HOSA is on the move; and my schedule for the week.
Board selects Marcie Mack as interim director; Oklahoma SkillsUSA is strong national competitor; video describes the workforce issues of today and tomorrow – CareerTech is key; creativity resource available; special education training offered; natural gas assessment support offered; Agency staff to serve on Baldrige Board of Examiners; and my schedule for the week.
A new tool can help Oklahoma technology center health careers students complete their studies.
Oklahoma students earn national recognition; STEM division adds PLTW computer science pathway; Project Lead the Way training underway; OSU-CareerTech Digital Forum a great success; Family calls – Aug. 15 set as final day; and my schedule for the week.
The winds of change blow workers down new career paths requiring additional education and training.