Central Tech Names Freymiller as Partner in Progress
“The second chance program focuses on transitioning justice-involved individuals into life after incarceration. The goal of the program is quite simple, break the cycle of reincarceration,” said John Thorpe, transportation and safety education director at Central Tech.
“I consider it a privilege to have been appointed as the new superintendent. Central Tech has earned a reputation for positively changing lives and ensuring all students have an opportunity to achieve success. I am committed to building upon current practices, empowering staff, and assisting our communities in the development of a quality workforce that boosts the economy,” said Central Tech Superintendent, Kent Burris.
As part of a state competition diesel mechanic and welding students, Colt Robertson and Zachary Riley, trained cosmetology students in car maintenance and beginner welding techniques. The community action project named “Helping Hand” took place at the Central Tech campus in Drumright last Friday, April 8.
College of Education and Human Sciences Honors Outstanding Alumni
The Outstanding Alumni award honors alumni who have demonstrated a distinguished career and continue to make impactful contributions to their profession and beyond. Their quest for excellence is shown through their accomplishments, service to the community and leadership.
Gov. Stitt Declares February Career & Technical Education Month
Governor Kevin Stitt declared February Career and Technical Education Appreciation Month, recognizing the educators, administrators and partners of the Oklahoma CareerTech system who make a significant impact on workforce development.
Oklahoma CareerTech is all about hands-on learning, and last week two paramedic instructors and their students took that learning approach to a whole new level at HOSA’s International Leadership Conference in Nashville.
Training Program Prepares Military Veterans To Be Pipeline Inspectors
Coahran was part of the first class of students to train at Central Tech vocational school in Drumright, Oklahoma, and go to work for a company that provides pipeline construction inspector services to Williams.
Drumright Teacher Retires After 45 Years Of Service, Reflects On Impacting Oklahomans
A picture is worth a thousand words. Danny Hoggatt has more than 3,500 former students’ pictures, covering the walls and parts of the ceiling in his office at Central Tech. He can point out each one. And tell you what they’re doing now.
CareerTech Named CyberPatriot Center of Excellence
“CareerTech is dedicated to advancing CyberPatriot’s mission to promote more interest in cybersecurity careers or other science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines critical to U.S. security.”
Tulsa Community College Receives Grant to Help Adults Continue Higher Education
“The TRIO/EOC is program is not tied to a specific college but instead exists to assist individuals who want to enter, re-enter or transfer to post-secondary education programs,” said John Thao, the program’s director.