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Adam Higby – Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Vision-impaired machinist sees a bright future after completing CareerTech training.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 38
File AR archive HOSA: Science is Relevant to Life
Students in the HOSA organization learn valuable skills that help them be successful in health-related occupations.
Located in Brand Center / Resources / Videos - Marketing - CareerTech Delivers
File text/x-nemerle Construction Field Needs Craftsmen
The trades industries offer many rewarding careers in construction and design.
Located in Brand Center / Resources / Videos - Marketing - CareerTech Delivers
Joe Muchiri Wathika – Francis Tuttle Technology Center and BPA
CareerTech grad said his instructor is the REAL CareerTech Champion.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 54
Allie Dorr – Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Cosmetologist combines college and CareerTech as she plans to open her own salon and spa.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 30
James Harber – Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Graphic artist James Harber finds a passion that fuels a booming business.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 27
Prime Architects, Norman – Francis Tuttle Technology Center
Prime Architects positions itself for federal government contracting success with the help of the Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 31
Dean Baker – Francis Tuttle Technology Center
It's man over machine in this high-tech classroom.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 51
Francis Tuttle Team Advances to National Engineering Challenge
Junior Engineering Team – JET – was named the overall winner at the Governor’s Real World Design Challenge.
Located in News / Press Releases / 2011
CareerTech Health Careers Students Capture Top National Honors
Oklahoma HOSA brings home the national president-elect, David Kelly, 18 first-place medals, most popular t-shirt design and an award-winning increase in membership.
Located in News / Press Releases / 2011
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