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Image JPEG image Tulsa Tech CNG students
Randy Catlett, left, and Ed Daniels, students in Tulsa Technology Center’s alternative fuels program, examine CNG automotive components.
Located in News / Press Releases / 2012
Emanuel Perry, Changing Styles
Emanuel Perry, an exceptional adult student currently studying in Tulsa Tech’s cosmetology program, is under consideration for one of this year’s Breaking Traditions awards. However, his initial decision to study cosmetology wasn’t determined by his gender, it was built on his desire to have a new career that provided more opportunities for his creative talents.
Located in News / / Technology Center Press Releases / 2014
Garrett Cox Tulsa Tech SkillsUSA Outstanding Mentor
Located in News / / Technology Center Press Releases / 2016
Chad Matter
Chad Matter switches from accounting to new career in hospitality.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 5
Samaritan Emergency Medical Services – Tulsa Technology Center
Putting an eBay purchase of two ambulances into overdrive, Samaritan EMS serves clients with heart.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 32
Why Career Technology Should Be a Higher State Budget Priority
Located in News / / Technology Center Press Releases / 2015
Christy VanCleave – Muddy Paws/Skills Centers
Former inmate gives training – and hope – to female offenders.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 27
Emanuel Perry, Tulsa Technology Center
Emanuel Perry changes styles.
Located in News / CareerTech Champions / Issue 28
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
Question: College or CareerTech? Answer: Both
With at least 23 different courses required to graduate, Oklahoma high school students can find it challenging to fit in CareerTech courses.
Located in News / Press Releases / 2012
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