Oklahoma celebrates CareerTech Education Month in February; HOSA officers tour Tinker Air Force Base; Autry Tech SkillsUSA chapter challenging themselves and others; CareerTech state director meets with military representatives; ODCTE opens dialogue on CareerTech agriculture education with Bulgaria representative; EPSCoR working with CareerTech to open Gateway to Technology sites; and useful links.
By Bill Kramer For The Oklahoman Published: January 26, 2016
MTC Engineering Academy student says SkillsUSA was instrumental in Ivy League acceptance and social metamorphosis.
Skills in leadership and professionalism learned in high school are key for Abraham Alvarez.
Stepping out of her comfort zone led Natasha Smith into leadership and a passion for CareerTech.
From Wright City to Abu Dhabi, Kyle Ensley's horizons expanded thanks to FCCLA.
Agricultural education and FFA helped Oklahoma State University student succeed in business and school.
Wes Watkins' advanced biomedical science labs put Kyle Henry at the head of college lab classes.
University of Oklahoma nursing student says CareerTech student organization gave her a leg up in nursing school.
SkillsUSA Oklahoma Executive Council learns about texting and driving danger; Canadian Valley Tech names administration building for CEO Greg Winters; ODCTE opens dialogue on CareerTech agriculture education with Bulgaria representative; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Poor test scores and attitude mask Pedro Moreno's potential and passion for learning.
Oklahoma State University veterinary student credits TSA for her college success.
STEM grants available; 2016 FIRST Robotics competition kicks off; ODCTE, SDE hold transcript training sessions for registrars; useful links and my schedule for the week.
Southwest Oklahoma Plumbing wins more contracts and saves money and time with OBAN.
Struggling company changes course with government contracting success.
From baby bibs to bomb blasting caps, OBAN teams Shilog and manufacturers with the goal of winning federal contract dollars.
CareerTech programs embedded within K-12 schools; DECA program providing qualified employees; accreditation training planned this spring; spring CareerTech educator lottery scholarship applications open Monday; useful links and my schedule for the week.
NACIQI approves continued accreditation; two CareerTech courses added in computer science and computer technology; CareerTech’s proven successes in 2015 will narrow the workforce gap; CareerTech student organization helps student succeed; useful links and my schedule for the week.