The Oklahoma CareerTech System is a partner in the effort to help Oklahomans earn the credentials and degrees they’ll need to find employment and fill the growing skills gap - forecast to be a 23 percent gap by 2020.
Making a difference in agriscience; Director forms business and industry advisory council; free Moodle training now available; CareerTech plans summer camps to encourage creativity in learning; Oklahoma Quality Foundation offering boot camp; Great Plains Tech to show off pre-engineering program; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Beginning July 1, 2015, MAVCC product offerings will be transitioned to CIMC
CareerTech featured in Commerce newsletter; ODCTE wins OKSPRA awards; Autry Technology Center instructor elected to state medical board; CIMC catalog now available; job fair at WTC Elk City is a success; special thanks for attending the Digital Projects Open House; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Digital projects open house set for March 31; CareerTech academy courses approved for academic credit; hiring event planned in McAlester opened to the public; CareerTech participates in training gap analysis at Tinker AFB; school board continuing education planned for April; Tri County Tech superintendent talks about tech centers and the workforce; useful links and my schedule for the week.
CareerTech board members, secretary of education and workforce confirmed; Tulsa Technology Center sponsors manufacturing connection event; CareerTech data system release expected July 1; agency staff members selected as Baldrige examiners; Metro Technology Centers receives grant; Oklahoma Works featured on Oklahoma Horizon; useful links and my schedule for the week.
"We now require WorkKeys. This is just good business. Now, when we hire five employees, we keep five. And, they move up." - Chyrel Fortner, Human Resources Manager, Pan Pacific Products, Broken Bow