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Entrepreneurial Enid
Enid’s economy is strong as small and large businesses alike base their marketing strategies around the word “adventurous.”
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Gary Hall Jr. - Project Lead the Way
A shocking experience with an electrical outlet at a young age determined Gary Hall Jr.’s career pathway – following in his father’s footsteps.
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Eddie Warrior - You Gotta Have a Skill
We remember Eddie Warrior, a man who settled in Oklahoma well before statehood and whose legacy changed people’s lives.
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CVTC: Road to Recovery
On May 31, 2013, Canadian Valley Technology Center in El Reno took a direct hit from the widest known tornado in history.
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World of Printing
Digital printing presses are a game changer in the printing world as they allow completion of small and even single-run jobs.
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Computer Science Prep
The Francis Tuttle Computer Science Academy is designed to prepare high school students for success in colleges of computer science.
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Value of STEM
Oklahoma’s state leaders remain steadfast in their effort to close the skills gap in STEM education to secure a job-ready workforce.
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STEM to Naval Academy
Gordon Cooper Tech’s pre-engineering program gave Whitney Heer the science and math foundation she needed to enter the naval academy.
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Females in Electrifying Careers
Educators at Northeast Technology Center are trying to spark an interest in working with electricity in young females.
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Shawnee: Manufacturing Strong
Education and industry have partnered to create a workforce to support more than 70 diverse manufacturers in the Shawnee area.
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