Tulsa Technology Center students take first place in engineering design contest; CareerTech’s Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network making a difference for landowners, conservation; register for Summer Conference now; TechCAP registration open; useful links; and CareerTech events.
A helping hand and guidance gave Porsha Lippincott the assistance she needed to become successful.
Thanks to Phillips 66, Bartlesville High School has added innovation labs to expand STEM education.
Francis Tuttle machining program student featured in The Journal Record; inaugural Teacher Prep students ready for the future; education agencies partner to streamline paraprofessional instructor training; Latta DECA makes worldwide impact; Oklahoma CareerTech Summer Conference registration is now open; useful links; and CareerTech events.
Environmental advanced biotechnology students from Pontotoc Technology Center are finalists in the national Genes in Space Science competition.
Noah Galloway makes no excuses for life-changing injuries sustained while serving his country, but shares his story to motivate and inspire others.
OK Career Guide celebrates successful inaugural year; CareerTech customizes training to meet the needs of Tinker AFB; Oklahoma FFA Foundation executive director to retire in June 2017; Francis Tuttle Tech student writes blog post for PLTW; Professional development for project-based learning set; Oklahoma CareerTech Summer Conference registration is now open; useful links; and CareerTech events.
CareerTech’s skills centers and TEEM, a nonprofit education and employment ministry, are giving former offenders second chances.
CareerTech assisting individuals preparing to leave military service; TechCAP registration open; Tecumseh agricultural education teacher to receive 2016 Maurice Walraven Award; Girls Coding will challenge students, teachers and promote nontraditional careers; Oklahoma CareerTech Summer Conference registration is now open; useful links; and CareerTech events.
Janet Smith to join Oklahoma CareerTech board; National Technical Honor Society students offered scholarship opportunity at OSU-OKC; Eastern Oklahoma County Tech works with CareerTech Foundation; Big rig vehicle rescue training held at WTC; Oklahoma CareerTech Summer Conference registration now open; Regional coordinators visit Choctaw High School CareerTech program; useful links; and CareerTech events.
CareerTech STEAMmaker camp will challenge students and teachers; Kent Boggs reports on Oklahoma FFA Hunger Challenge; CareerTech updates information at ct4vets.com; magazine shows tech centers working together for aerospace industry; useful links; and CareerTech events.
Metro Tech receives Community Impact Award; CareerTech launching new email communications system; Oklahoma FFA members receive National FFA Foundation scholarships; BMITE students win state workplace safety video awards; record number of honor graduates attend KTC-Idabel; useful links; and CareerTech events.
Students receive lessons from some of the industry’s best at the Roy Clark Music School at Northeast Technology Center in Claremore, Okla.
Wes Watkins makes contribution to Oklahoma FFA; CareerTech CIMC introduces new online catalog; Oklahoma FFA Foundation wins 2016 Community Impact Award; Kiamichi Tech’s EMS training simulator featured in national publication; useful links and my schedule.
CIMC introduces the next generation of our online catalog, featuring curriculum and assessment products.
Did you know?; CareerTech pre-engineering team takes top honors; practical nursing curriculum standards approved; FCCLA making an impact around the world; Francis Tuttle Tech graduates work to prevent power outages; Ann Houston retires; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Oklahomans honored at Making It Work Day; CareerTech, tech centers will host leadership simulcast sites; schools can apply for State Superintendent Award; video showcases CareerTech at Oklahoma Youth Expo; Tri County student wins Aspirations in Computing award; military hiring event slated; useful links and my schedule for the week.