Like many warriors who have witnessed war first-hand . . . Charles Migliorino, was happy to let those memories fade into the past. But, when his wife of forty plus years found some forgotten audio tapes, he knew he had a final mission to complete.
The Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education is supporting efforts to help those who have served in the military successfully transition into training or employment. To assist with these efforts, the department has hired Amy Ewing-Holmstrom, Lawton, to coordinate activities in southwest Oklahoma. She will begin April 9.
Taylor Swanson breaks into a nontraditional role to help others.
Jerod Wilkins builds bridges to a prosperous future.
Demetric Rhone's dreams reignite at Kiamichi Technology Center leading to multiple degrees and career choices.
Shelly Tanner excels as the lone woman in a diesel mechanic program.
With the energy industry booming, semi-truck drivers are in high demand. Central Tech in Drumright is training new drivers to help meet the need.
Central Tech in Drumright is meeting a critical need with specialized training for pipeline workers.
Central Technology Center opens gates for Tyler Hallmark.
This year's national FIRST Robotics challenge allows six weeks to build a robot that shoots hoops and rolls over bridges. The regional competition held in Oklahoma City is the last weekend in March.
Some 50 teams of high school students from Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas competed March 29-31 at the Regional FIRST Robotics competition at the Cox Convention Center, Oklahoma City.
With education funding down, schools are trying to find ways to save money; and, Metro Career Academy in Oklahoma City may have found a way...by going green.
Escaping an abusive marriage, Leslie Cain earns credentials for multiple career paths at Caddo Kiowa Technology Center.
Eddie Warrior, former Indian Capital Technology Board member, was inducted posthumously into the first Oklahoma African American Educators Hall of Fame.
Inspired to achieve at Canadian Valley Technology Center Whitney Clarkson earns multiple degrees and career choices.
Skills Center graduate Wade Frank Harting earns licenses in HVAC and electricity while incarcerated and lands 'dream job' upon release.
Following a family tradition of joining FFA, Colte Julian started his career in music by singing with the FFA chorus.
Gin Pak applies the discipline and commitment required to obtain a third-degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do to biotechnology classes and preparing for medical school.
Sibling rivalry and curiosity led Kelly Murray into a male-dominated work zone.