The United States is building relations with Cuba and growing its agricultural export market
Great Plains Technology Center expands Project Lead the Way; ODCTE partners with SDE on a Counselors Only Conference; Autry Tech’s respiratory care program receives donation; agency celebrates hiring state director; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Central Tech team makes national CyberPatriot finals; officers attend CTSO Day at the Capitol; Marcie Mack tours Tinker Air Force Base; CareerTech is ready to meet Oklahoma Works goals; NTHS plans Day at the Capitol; board member region meetings to include new training; useful links and my schedule for the week.
OK Career Guide will be the new and improved statewide career development system supported by OK CareerTech, replacing OKCIS. As you know, in 2013 we began the process of examining systems from statewide vendors, released an RFP in 2014, and reviewed those who submitted. We have landed on this system--which will serve K-Adult learners--providing top-notch career development to Oklahomans. And, we are able to provide it at no cost to your school. This system is currently being built specifically for Oklahoma. Many of the same features--assessments, resume builder, administrative tools, and more--in a new and improved format. The OK Career Guide system will serve a wider audience and provide more data to administrators, among other upgrades. Instructors will have the opportunity to attend trainings in your area; there will also be a wide variety of other tools available to help you learn the new system such as webinars, tool kits, quick start guides, etc. Watch for transition announcements and training opportunities as we move closer to the launch date! Watch your email and consider following our blog: www.elevatingstudentsuccess.blogspot.com. You can subscribe to the email updates and receive weekly communications regarding career development, OK Career Guide and other tools to help you help your students!
Tim Burg reappointed to CareerTech board; Oklahomans attend Technology Centers That Work forum; business and industry services helped more than 6,600 businesses in FY14; ODCTE will host Leadership Oklahoma Friday; strong job outlook for cybersecurity; the January 2015 ctYOUniverse newsletter is now available; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Mack named state director effective Feb. 1; student organization officers speak at board meeting; council meeting to focus on career development; Oklahoma Education and Industry Partnership program planned; CTSO Day at the Capitol set; useful links and my schedule for the week.
High school girl shifts gears from taxidermy to hot rods.
Mack, who has been serving as interim state director, will begin official duties as CareerTech's eighth state director Feb. 1.
Recent drought leads Latta FFA students to become used water dealers.
The technology center tries a teaching concept spreading across the country that rethinks lecture-based classrooms.