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What's Happening

During a ceremony at the Oklahoma History Museum, representatives from Northeast Tech and the Oklahoma Association of Career and Technology Education present Hopkins Manufacturing Corporation with Northeast Tech’s 2017 Partner in Progress Award.
Northeast Tech names its 2017 Partner for Progress
02/24/2017
Hopkins Manufacturing Corporation was honored at the Oklahoma History Museum last week as Northeast Technology Center’s 2017 Partner for Progress.
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Special recruiting event aims at getting “Jobs for the Girls”
02/22/2017
Most days the electrical classroom at NTC Kansas is filled with guys training on everything from circuitry to robotics, but that was not the case one Thursday in February when 17 high school girls attended NTC’s “Jobs for the Girls” event.
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Rogers County students advance to SkillsUSA State Welding Competition
02/13/2017
Students from four different CareerTech Centers converged on the welding shop at the NTC Pryor Campus for this year’s SkillUSA Regional Welding Competition, and at the end of the hours-long contest, it was two Rogers County students who walked away with first place prizes.
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Superintendent's Message

Greetings All,

As you may have seen on the news, the state has suffered another revenue failure. This means that all state agencies will endure a reduction in their funding. NTC is not a state agency, however, the Oklahoma Department of CareerTech (ODCTE) is.  This means that the portion of our funding that passes through ODCTE will be reduced. We were anticipating this event when our budget for this year was approved. Any reduction in state funding means that we are able to do less for our patrons. However, prudent planning helps to minimize this negative situation.

On a more positive note, many of our students have competed in district or regional skills and leadership contests.  We will have quite a number of our outstanding students competing at state level competitions, so look for a recap of winners in upcoming TechKnows. 

We are finalizing plans for a facility project at our Pryor Campus. This project will renovate the old building where MIT used to be located. Upon completion, our Electrical program will have a larger more suitable facility. Plans are also underway for a new addition at our Kansas Campus.  We will have updates on our projects in the next issue of TechKnow.

“Opportunity is missed by most because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” - Thomas Edison

Keep up the good work!

Fred


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