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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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Promising Career in Medicine
An Oklahoma State University grad attends Meridian Technology Center on her pathway to a promising career in the medical profession.
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Maker Education
Maker education camps conducted by CareerTech allow students and teachers the chance to think, build and learn.
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Homeless Aircraft Mechanic
A helping hand and guidance gave Porsha Lippincott the assistance she needed to become successful.
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Innovation in the Classroom
Thanks to Phillips 66, Bartlesville High School has added innovation labs to expand STEM education.
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Missing Limbs: Be Bitter or Be Better
Noah Galloway makes no excuses for life-changing injuries sustained while serving his country, but shares his story to motivate and inspire others.
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TEEM: New Skills, New Opportunity
CareerTech’s skills centers and TEEM, a nonprofit education and employment ministry, are giving former offenders second chances.
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Roy Clark School of Music
Students receive lessons from some of the industry’s best at the Roy Clark Music School at Northeast Technology Center in Claremore, Okla.
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CareerTech: The Original Makerspace
“CareerTech: The Original Makerspace” was the theme of a Feb. 11 event sponsored by the Oklahoma Business Roundtable. This video was produced for the event, which featured Mark Hatch, CEO of TechShop, and students from various CareerTech program across the state.
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