Wilson Flowline Products increases profits and provides opportunities for local citizens.
When her life was falling apart, Annette James earned credentials for a successful nursing career in Alaska
Heading down a dark, lonely path, Melissa Stonebarger found her “light” through graphic design.
Natural communications skills combined with CareerTech leadership and professional development opens global doors for Colin Lowe.
Jessica Winegeart works in a male-dominated career to help clients produce better crops.
Being a female offender did not stop Donna Hanning from becoming a productive member of society.
Oklahoma Predictive Maintenance User’s Group grows with greater service.
Eric Devore now has an open road to pursue his interests in the truck driving industry.
Sooner Construction Company of North Central Oklahoma and Pioneer Tech focus on developing skilled workers for future workforce.
Blending visual art with music, Richard Hight motivates and entertains more than one million people
Abused, neglected and abandoned as a child, Josh Shipp had no idea the impact DECA would make on his life.
“100 % Cowboy” Jason Meadows learned to work hard in Calera, Okla. Agricultural Education and FFA.
Together Ada Fire Department and PTC provide volunteer firefighter training close to home.
Garen Martens Manufacturing employees update skills in northwest Oklahoma.
Safety training flourishes with Alliance Training Center in Wynnewood.
INTEGRIS Blackwell Regional Hospital and Pioneer Technology Center, a 36-year partnership works to keep Blackwell-area residents healthy.
Tyler Piercey achieves goal of acceptance into prestigious NASCAR Technical Institute.
Tiffany McHenry works toward independence by pursuing nontraditional career in auto repair.
Blaire Stevison dreams of becoming a NASCAR crew chief.
Matt Dowling uses skills to work on soldier-less Army robots and “intelligent” designs.