Drive your students towards a career as a TRUCK DRIVER! Join the CareerTech Virtual OEIP gang over Zoom on 11.29.22 at 10 a.m. to learn more about getting students into this high wage, high demand career. Registration is required! https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUtf-2hpzooG9JK73guFXtFLqSMofTQOHYh
Oklahoma CareerTech Regional Coordinators
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We serve the State of Oklahoma's 29 technology center districts operating on 59 campuses, 391 comprehensive school districts, and 14 Skills Centers campuses that include juvenile facilities.
Operating as usual
Our next Virtual OEIP event will be held over Zoom on Tuesday, Nov. 1 from 10-11 a.m. Speakers include ODCTE's Health Careers Manager Lara Morris, as well as Canadian Valley Technology Center's Nursing Guru Sharon Mitchell and Career Counselor Carrie Brunk. Registration is required at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItfuihqTguHdKx1ytOqR65SeIdN0RxV29q
Join us at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Thursday, 09.29.22) for the September Virtual OEIP featuring careers in Software and Gaming! Registration is required. https://oklahoma.gov/careertech/business-and-industry/education-partnerships-and-services/training-events/oeip.html
Virtual OEIP over careers in STEM is coming your way on Tuesday, March 29, 2022 from 10-11 a.m over ZOOM! Registration is required.
Take a virtual tour of careers in AGRICULTURE from 10-11 a.m. on 02.22.22. Join CareerTech Agriculture Education Manager Scott Nemecek and his special guest speakers from the Oklahoma Pork Council and P&K Equipment, as they tell us ways we can work in this field!
Discover the place where teaching and technology meet... on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 2022 from 10-11 a.m.
In this virtual session, interaction and engagement are highlighted as educators learn from Fairchance Learning how to link technology and teaching using learning devices and physical computing. The main example will focus on their virtual Amazon logistics tours.
Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEucO2trDgrH9X2l4D_Z54n9wmBUCcU_2ma
Tomorrow's the day - Dec. 9 at 10 a.m.! Register NOW for the Aerospace Careers OEIP event. https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYld-iprjssG9yjLIcIVsXbShRp0ojSUZRY
Take a pit stop and enjoy the upcoming Virtual OEIP Automotive Careers event on Wednesday, Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. Registration is required for this FREE hour-long virtual event at https://www.okcareertech.org/educators/science-technology-engineering-and-mathematics-stem-1/events-training/oeip-ultimate-teacher-industry-connection.
September 21, 2021 will be a BEAUTIFUL day for you to join us on Zoom for the next Virtual OEIP event over COSMETOLOGY! The session will be held from 10-11 a.m. Register online at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0ud-2uqz0iG90VuxGT9BRHFs4gkDcRsx0F.
High Plains Technology Center Wind Technician students learn the basics of electrical theory calculations.
GET READY FOR A DAY OF FUN AND LEARNING! The CareerTech Regional Coordinators and the MidAmerica Industrial Park want YOU to come the next OEIP event on July 15, 2021 at Northeast Technology Center, Pryor. The one-day, in-person event will give educators a bird's eye view of the manufacturing industry, and includes tours, a Pitsco activity, and guest speakers. Cost is $20 and includes lunch with an industry panel. For more information and a registration link, please visit okcareer.tech/oeip.
Join the Regional Coordinators and the Associated General Contractors of Oklahoma via Zoom from 11 a.m. to noon on Thursday, March 25 as they present the March 2021 Virtual OEIP Event, "Construction Industry Careers." AGCOK Partners will discuss topics related to the construction industry and how to help prepare secondary and post-secondary students for careers in this sector. Hope you can join us! Registration is currently open at okcareer.tech/oeip.
February is National Children's Dental Health Month and Western Technology Center's Dental Assisting students have been busy taking information packets with Dental Health brochures, a toothbrush, toothpaste and floss to schools within WTC's district. Give Kids a Smile outreach is having to look different this year, but good oral health is encouraged for all students!
Please join us February 23rd for our Virtual OEIP session to learn about “Zoom with a Pro” and other ideas for connecting the classroom with business and industry. To register, please visit:
Join CareerTech as we launch into the new Energy Sector!
On Oct. 21 at 2 p.m., experts representing multiple sectors in the energy industry will discuss the need for qualified professionals and the benefits of a new program designed to fill this gap in Oklahoma’s workforce. Register to join us at https://bit.ly/3lQQBJv
Educators! Come learn about careers in the Wind Energy Industry during our Virtual OEIP event held over Zoom on Oct. 21 from 11 a.m. to noon. Register online at OKCAREER.TECH/OEIP.
Western Technology Center-Burns Flat 1st year Health Careers students have been working on their First Aid skills in "stopping the bleed".
Western Technology Center officially announces the district's new Superintendent, Kathe Corning. Mrs. Corning is WTC's sixth Superintendent and will be stepping into her new leadership role July 1, 2020. Mrs. Corning is not new to WTC, she began her tenure at WTC in 1978 as the Fashion Trades Instructor. In 1981,she became WTC's Education Enhancement Coordinator and Special Needs Representative. By 1994, Mrs. Corning was WTC's Assessment Director, and in 2010 was named Assistant Superintendent,Director of Student Services. Mrs. Corning has proven herself as a liaison with teachers, staff, students, and community leaders and has a strong vision for WTC and the leadership skills to guide and facilitate its growth. WTC remains committed to "educating people for success"!
Thank you to all of the instructors who change lives every day! Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
Happy National Nurses Day! We have seen the importance of having well trained medical professionals now more than ever. THANK YOU to the nurses out there saving the world! We are so glad we have been able to train so many of you.
Your friendly, local CareerTech Regional Coordinators miss you and look forward to seeing each of you soon!
Western Technology Center's Auto Collision Repair afternoon students finished their community service project. Looks great!
WTC Biomedical Academy student representatives and Clinton Law Enforcement joined forces in a Clinton High School Assembly about texting and driving.
Back Row: Dylan Abner, Tyler Calvert, John Denney, Captain Forrest Valentine and Police Chief Paul Rinkel. Front Row: WTC Biomedical students Marquez Borjas, Lauren Coleman and Cassidy Blanchard.
Leedey Agricultural Education students recently installed handrails in front of the school that they built in their Ag Mechanics classes. Pictured are the senior Ag Ed students.
Western Technology Center's Diesel Technology students participated in the Annual Thrashing Bee in Fairview. Steam engines to diesel tractors were on display showing the resourcefulness and transformation in the agricultural industry.
High Plains Technology Center (HPTC) in Woodward had the honor of hosting the Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Program (OALP) on their campus! OALP participants had the opportunity to learn about HPTC's first class Wind Training Programs, tour the Energy Training Center and some rappelled off the indoor climbing tower!
The Duncan Area Workforce story was shared at The Governor’s Economic Development and Workforce Summit as a best practice in workforce development.
DAEDF’s Jeannie Bowden moderated the panel “Sustaining the Workforce Pipeline and Growing Your Community” with panelists:
- Rep. Brad Boles, NOV Completion & Production Solutions; Oklahoma House District 51
-Jessica Garvin, Elk Crossing Nursing & Rehab
-Lesa Hefner, Duncan High School Pathways to Future Careers
-Chad Jackson, Duncan Regional Hospital
-Jacob Johnson, Red River Technology Center
-Trina Southard, South Central Workforce Investment Board
In the Duncan Area, they are partnering to accomplish goals to educate, train, and retain local talent for the benefit of both employers and employees utilizing available resources. i.e., business needs, career pathways, OK Career Guide, ICAP, internships, PK-12, career tech, higher ed, workforce, and economic development.
Friends, family, and colleagues joined to celebrate the retirement of Jane Bowen! Jane spent 43 years in education, including seven years (2012-2019) as MNTC’s superintendent & CEO.
During her MNTC tenure, she initiated a $60 million bond issue that passed in 2016 bringing expanded and modernized classroom facilities, increased safety features, and more efficient workspace to the district.
She also began a multi-phase strategic plan that has brought community members together with MNTC staff to establish goals for the district. — You will be missed, Jane!
Western Technology Center was honored by the Department of Defense for its partnership in the STARBASE Youth Program. STARBASE is celebrating 25 years in Oklahoma! WTC is the only CareerTech to partner with STARBASE providing 5th and 6th grade students with the perfect collaboration and partnership of Career Pathways and STEM education. This is WTC's fifth year of partnering with STARBASE and local schools.
Back Row Left to Right: Jaime Partain, WTC-Sayre Counselor, WTC Superintendent, Hoyt Lewis, Assistant Superintendent, Penny Berry, Career Specialist, Dennis McRee
Front Row Left to Right: Assistant Superintendent, Kathe Corning, Starbase Instructor, Becky Trent, WTC Counselor, Cheri Gastineau, Starbase Rep, Sharon Brooks, Starbase Director, Pam Kirk.
Caddo Kiowa Tech Center student Kenny Pauls placed first at the National Business Professionals of America Leadership Conference in Anaheim, California. To qualify for BPA Nationals, students had to win first, second or third at the state level. After winning at state, Pauls continued to Nationals where he received first place in Administrative Support Concepts. He was also a finalist in ICD-10 Diagnostic Coding and Contemporary Issues.
“We are all so very proud of Kenny! We haven’t had a first place winner at nationals in a few years, so this is a such a huge honor for him personally and also for the school,” said Charlotte Oswald, instructor. “Kenny comes to class every day prepared to go to work. He has definitely put a lot of energy into his studies and his career, and it shows,” Oswald added.
Competitions ranged from individual to team and from objective tests to judged presentations. Nearly 6,000 high school and post-secondary student delegates from across the nation competed in national level business skills competitions and attended leadership development workshops and general sessions.
Pauls, an adult student from Corn, Oklahoma, is enrolled in the Business Information Technology Education program at CKTC. He has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and worked in the field for several years. He has since decided to come to CKTC because he wants to work in medical insurance coding. A natural leader, Pauls is also the BPA President for the CKTC chapter and the recipient of perfect attendance for the entire school year.
“When I first came to CKTC I was amazed at the variety of programs the school offered,” said Pauls. “The teachers and administration make every effort to support and encourage the students in their programs. My BITE instructor, Mrs. Oswald, is always available to help students understand the new material and guide us through the more challenging parts of our studies. She is extremely organized, and her years of experience have been invaluable in planning the various BPA activities and conferences this year,” he remarked.
Elk City FFA members started their State FFA Convention trip by visiting the Oklahoma City VA Health Care System and spreading a little spring time cheer. Great job!
Congratulations to the recent “Work Skills” graduates from Francis Tuttle Technology Center's Center for Municipal Excellence. These graduates have over 200 hours of training and are ready for employment in public works or construction!
Great things happening in Ponca City & Pioneer Tech!! 👍. This gentleman spoke at the monthly PTC T & I Breakfast this morning! Good stuff!!
Thanks Stephan Engster for talking about Centerline at our Trade and Industry breakfast. This company builds and repairs spindles and so much more. Ponca City Development Authority
Caddo Kiowa Technology Center, in partnership with OSU Fire Service Training, provided a 16-hour Vehicle Rescue Technician Level 1 Part B class. A total of 28 total firefighters attend the class from four departments. The class consisted of cutting up 14 cars and one school bus. These vehicles were staged in a way that made the firefighters think about different methods to accessing patients, as well as what their tools are able to do by knowing where and how to cut the vehicles. Hinton Schools provided a surplus school bus which gave the firefighters an opportunity to see the construction on a bus to better help should they ever have to respond to a bus accident.
A room full of prospective writers recently gathered at Metro Tech's Downtown Business Campus to learn from four award-winning Oklahoma screenplay writers during a half-day workshop.
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