Moore Norman Technology Center’s automotive service technology program recently received a new Toyota Corolla from Gulf States Toyota and Fowler Toyota.
The donation will allows students to practice repairs on a modern vehicle with the latest in automotive technology. They’ll get hands-on experience with Toyota Express Maintenance, which includes oil and filter change, tire rotation and brake, fluid and multi-point inspections.
The investment from Gulf States Toyota and Fowler Toyota is an example of the kind of partnerships the CareerTech System is making to ensure that we can provide the qualified workers that Oklahoma’s business and industry needs.
Oklahoma CareerTech and OkACTE honored a number of educators during the Oklahoma Summit, the 52nd annual CareerTech summer conference.
Among them were Dusty Ricks, superintendent of Mid-America Technology Center in Wayne, who received the Francis Tuttle Career Excellence Award, and Ruth Peace, who received the Arch Alexander Award. Peace retired in June 2019 as ODCTE’s information management division manager.
A key component to developing a high quality workforce is to make certain our students have the opportunity to strengthen their employability skills. CareerTech student organizations do just that throughout our programs. CTSOs are integrated into CareerTech programs. Student organizations provide opportunities for personal growth and scholastic achievement, as well as developing skills in public speaking, planning and organizing.
Members work on various community projects, competitive events and leadership activities and meet other students who share similar interests. Many students enjoy membership in more than one group.