Oklahoma Business Roundtable event a huge success; press conference held in support of the CareerTech legislative agenda; exit interview results; movie magic; Tulsa Tech Center posts national officer win; when college becomes a goal instead of a way to economic prosperity; digital taskforce continues its study; special education materials being prepared; agency staff reach tenure milestones; reminder to follow on Twitter; and my schedule for the week.
As college graduates struggle to find jobs, employment opportunities abound for those with the right skills.
A job for every Oklahoman and a workforce for every company.
The MCA Sow to Grow Farmer’s Market to open in 2014.
Oklahoma’s business sector is strong, but worker credentials are not, which has created a skills gap for employers trying to fill jobs.
Finding a passion for learning led Gary Allison from rags to riches.
CareerTech launches Nicole Biddinger into the study of health and disease research.
CareerTech lottery scholarship advances Melanie Walker’s skills and love of learning into love of teaching.
Leadership class begins; ag ed task force says “no” to tech center agricultural education/FFA programs; 2014 National Technology Centers That Work Leaders’ Forum; Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center’s automotive program crowned; FIRST® Robotics 2014 Oklahoma Kickoff; The governor, Bob Funk and others weigh in on workforce preparation; and my schedule for the week.