CareerTech Related TV Show Videos
Oklahoma’s business sector is strong, but worker credentials are not, which has created a skills gap for employers trying to fill jobs.
Oklahoma’s secretary of education and workforce development believes creativity is important in the classroom.
For veterans transitioning into the civilian world, it's not simply about finding jobs, but finding ones that can fulfill their passions.
A 30 second TV spot highlighting the positive return on investment by our stakeholders.
From finding the Titanic to educating young people, Dr. Robert Ballard takes STEM education to new depths.
Students excel in advanced STEM courses at Kiamichi Tech Center and are honored as valedictorians at their high schools.
Much of the training for EMTs can be done by distance education except for some of the work that needs to be hands-on, but not necessarily on flesh and blood.
Many people believe you can’t attend CareerTech in high school if you plan to attend college, but one Oklahoma girl is proving you can do it all.
An innovative school that is helping young people who have dropped out of school obtain their high school diploma.
A group of Oklahoma cyber patriots are hoping to make an impact on cyber security.
Internships help college graduates land their first job and younger students decide on a career path.
A look at Tulsa Tech's Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) classroom.
Retired Maj. Gen. Lee Baxter and Oklahoma CareerTech Director Phil Berkenbile discuss the coordinated effort that is underway to help veterans re-enter the civilian workforce in Oklahoma and reduce unemployment rates.
See how a LEGO League competition is getting kids excited about science and technology.
Oklahoma Department of CareerTech Director Phil Berkenbile discusses training certifications veterans can acquire at local technology centers across the state.
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.
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.
Eddie Warrior, former Indian Capital Technology Board member, was inducted posthumously into the first Oklahoma African American Educators Hall of Fame.