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National HOSA officer receives U.S. Presidential Scholars award

National HOSA officer receives U.S. Presidential Scholars award

HOSA officer Jada Holliday was one of only three Oklahomans to receive the 2017 U.S. Presidential Scholars award.

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CareerTech students help babies in crisis

CareerTech students help babies in crisis

Edmond Memorial's DECA students collect diapers and baby items for Infant Crisis Services.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2017-5-1

High Plains names Woodward Industrial Foundation retired president as Partner for Progress; Tulsa Tech competes in MRO Americas Aerospace Maintenance Competition; Wes Watkins Tech biomedical students present capstone projects; Oklahoma FFA fights hunger; CareerTech events; and useful links.

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Ree Drummond - Pioneer Woman

Ree Drummond - Pioneer Woman

National celebrity Ree Drummond is helping Pawhuska, Oklahoma, to grow – one purchase at a time at her Pioneer Woman Mercantile.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2017-4-24

Great Plains Technology Center names Tillman County EMS as Partner for Progress; Job search preparation and placement professionals learn about constructive conflict strategies; Carl Perkins application training available in May; Oklahoma CareerTech Champion: Will Bailey - Pontotoc Technology Center; Digital curriculum files to be available; CareerTech events; and useful links.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2017-4-17

Pioneer Tech names Head Country as Partner for Progress; Digital curriculum files to be available; National FFA scholarship recipients announced; CareerTech Champion: Kalli Watkins – Eddie Warrior Skills Center; CareerTech events; and useful links.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2017-4-10

Wes Watkins Technology Center names Adkins Enterprises Inc. as Partner for Progress; CareerTech photojournalist Tom Fields honored; Students from across Oklahoma attend Pixlfest 2017 at Francis Tuttle-Rockwell; ODCTE receives communications and marketing awards; Central Tech CyberPatriot team goes to national contest; CareerTech events; and useful links.

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Director's Weekly Memo 2017-4-3

Mid-America Technology Center names L&L Brown Inc. as Partner for Progress; Oklahomans honored for ‘Making It Work’; Francis Tuttle Technology Center student finds success in advanced manufacturing; Metro Tech pre-engineering students place 16th against 61 teams at regional competition; Tri County Technology Center and CareerTech delivering on economic development; CareerTech events; and useful links.

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 Breaking the Cycle of Crime

Breaking the Cycle of Crime

The Cedar Canyon Adventure Program is a residential group home for adjudicated adolescent males hoping to improve their quality of life.

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