National Technical Honor Society – Central Tech 2020 Students
Giving Back To Those Who Give To Us
With Central Tech conducting online training for the remainder of the school year, healthcare instructors from both campuses swiftly collected and donated the personal protective equipment (PPE) and other medical supplies originally planned for student instruction.
GasTech Engineering Named Central Tech 2020 Partner for Progress
Oklahoma CareerTech Develops World-Class Workforce
Central Tech Cyber Team Advances to Nationals
Oklahoma Top Workplaces Awards Central Tech, 5 Years
For the fifth year in a row, Central Tech has been awarded a Top Workplaces honor by The Oklahoman. Central Tech placed third in the mid-size category.
Central Tech Foundation Golf Tournament Raises $24,000
The Annual Central Tech Foundation Ron Vandever Memorial Golf Tournament was a success. With 70 sponsors and 147 golfers, the tournament realized $24,000!
When ElectroMechanical Systems and Curiosity Collide
Preparing a Workforce
Central Technology Center works toward closing the skills gap.
College or Vocational School – which is right for you?
For generations, the push to take the college path has become stronger. But should it be?
SkillsUSA National Signing Day
Central Technology Center, today participated in SkillsUSA National Signing Day Sponsored by Klein Tools, celebrating thousands of high school seniors across the country pursuing a career in the skilled trades.
Central Tech Graduate Receives State Recognition
Yvon earned her Medical Assistant degree through Central Tech, Drumright, in 2012 and became a licensed phlebotomist. She performed her clinicals at Mannford Vision Clinic where she was offered a full-time job before she graduated.
Retired: Not Resting
For some people, retirement is the time to enjoy the spoils of a lifetime of work. MonyaMarie Black, a 64-year-old Central Tech Construction Trades student, has something else in mind. Her story began in New York City.
A Sense of Duty: From Military Flight Medic to Practical Nurse
Cole Reece’s path to Central Tech hasn’t been a short one, but his start in the medical field came early when he joined the Army.
CareerTech 2020 Agenda to Add High-Demand Programming
Oklahoma has a skills gap; CareerTech has a solution. A $21 million increase in funding would allow the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education to expand programming to fill Oklahoma’s skills gap.
Central Tech Names Partner in Progress
The Oklahoma Association for Technology Centers recognized top industry partners for training and employing thousands of Oklahoma workers through CareerTech technology center programs last Wednesday at the annual Partners in Progress awards ceremony.