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NTC Kansas Completion Ceremony

Completion Ceremonies 2016

In mid-May, students from across the district walked across the stage as their final act in completing their training at NTC. Some students finished their training in one year, while others completed their program after two years of training. Each of these students now has the training and education they need to be a positive contributer to their local community. Each year, more than 94% of the students who complete an NTC program find . . .

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Students from three different programs at Northeast Technology Center’s Pryor Campus came together to create a training trailer for the Mayes County Firefighters Association. Pictured along with Pryor Fire Chief Tim Thompson are the students and instruc

Students collaborate to build training trailer for Mayes County

Students from three different programs at Northeast Technology Center’s Pryor Campus came together to create a training trailer for the Mayes County Firefighters Association. The project took the better part of a year, and last week, the finishing touches were added. “Providing our students with real-world experience is an important part of the education they receive from NTC,” said NTC Pryor Campus Director Debbie . . .

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Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference May 4-8. Two of those students – Cole Lambert (left) and Kayla Johnson (right) – placed second in the Video Production Competition. Pictured in the middle is Business Administratio

NTC students place second at Business Professionals of America National Competition

Several students and instructors from Northeast Technology Center traveled to Boston to compete in the Business Professionals of America (BPA) National Leadership Conference May 4-8. Two of those students – Cole Lambert and Kayla Johnson – placed second in the Video Production Competition. “It was shocking to hear them call our names,” said Lambert. “Knowing we were up against 26 states including Alaska . . .

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