Resources for Teachers and Families.
‘Tradition with a vision;’ senior leadership begins work on system profile; conference presentation will be ‘flipped;" CareerTech Foundation fundraiser – don’t miss it!! Also, Northeast Tech Center opens new green technology building; CareerTech success stories; teen entrepreneurs can ‘Start Something Today;’ Tri County professional recognized; and my schedule for the week.
When cancer hit close to home, Ricky Shriner decided to hit back.
Leaders by HEART take business and industry relationships by the reins.
Mitchell Frey tackles Pre-Engineering to prevail in college.
Biomedical Science “MOO”-ves Jordan McMasters to succeed.
Charles Machine Works leans into manufacturing in America.
Caddo Electric Cooperative and Caddo Kiowa Technology Center, a power-packed partnership.
Strategic purposes; core strengths; how higher education partnerships get results; updates from key areas; and get ready for the CareerTech Foundation golf tournament; and my schedule for the week.
Six Oklahoma CareerTech students were announced as 2013 Jon H. Poteat scholarship recipients today by the National Technical Honor Society.
Much of the training for EMTs can be done by distance education except for some of the work that needs to be hands-on, but not necessarily on flesh and blood.
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.
Money pays for equipment upgrades and scholarships.
State Board meets; Pioneer Technology Center guarantees graduates; Oklahoma delegation heading to BIO International; marketing materials receive awards; energy and workforce topics on Oklahoma Horizon; technology center students at Speedfest Competition April 19-21; Marla Marsh and Monica Marsh to be keynote speakers; Oklahoma Green Grant; the Padagogy Wheel; OBAN client does well; Perkins Grants due soon; and Stillwater Chamber hosts reception; and my schedule for the week.
The Monday Memo is my attempt to share the successes, opportunities, and general happenings impacting the CareerTech system. Please share information you think is noteworthy for statewide distribution. I’m especially interested in information from schools who are serving our very important customers, students and businesses.
Many people believe you can’t attend CareerTech in high school if you plan to attend college, but one Oklahoma girl is proving you can do it all.