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CareerTech Champions

Each year, thousands of Oklahomans reap the benefits of Oklahoma CareerTech. Read highlights about individuals who applied what they learned and became successful employees, entrepreneurs and business leaders.

Alex Cuevas – Kiamichi Technology Centers, McAlester

Alex Cuevas – Kiamichi Technology Centers, McAlester

CIT student plans to go right to work after high school, with certifications in hand.

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Marcos Ibanez - Metro Technology Center

Marcos Ibanez - Metro Technology Center

Martial arts master moves from self-defense to defending students.

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MaxQ Research - Meridian Technology Center

MaxQ Research - Meridian Technology Center

Start-up company receives national grants for space-age technology.

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Mercedes Beebe - Autry Technology Center

Mercedes Beebe - Autry Technology Center

Health care worker had a stethoscope in her hand before her high school diploma.

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Godwin Feh – Canadian Valley Technology Center

Godwin Feh – Canadian Valley Technology Center

Nursing grad pledges $5,000 in annual support to his CareerTech alma mater.

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Anthony Rifenberry – Adult Basic Education

Anthony Rifenberry – Adult Basic Education

Graduation and certification are terms this BPA winner didn’t expect to hear.

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Tarence McLane – Jim E. Hamilton Skills Center

Tarence McLane – Jim E. Hamilton Skills Center

Electrical trades program was the spark this offender needed to get his life started.

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