Now Giving Back to the Program That Helped Him Achieve Success
Among those 23 awards, four teams and six individuals placed first, moving most of them on to the SkillsUSA national competition later this year.
Central Tech is one of only eight schools in Oklahoma—133 in total across the U.S.—receiving this recognition.
Through the tournament, the Central Tech Foundation raised $22,800 to assist needy Central Tech students as they prepare for technical careers. Last year the foundation was able to provide financial assistance to 40 students from 18 local communities.
The class includes Shelbey Lyon of Chandler, James Meyerring of Oilton, Raegan Earp of Cushing, Whitney Cooper of Sapulpa, Chelsea Baugus of Cushing, Danielle Smith of Stroud, Rebecca Gordon of Yale, Jessica Roe of Cushing, and Regina Howell of Depew.
See a gallery of students who won awards at numerous national conferences this year.
For over 30 years, NTHS has been the acknowledged leader in the recognition of outstanding student achievement in career and technical education. Now these inductees are joining the lineup.
It takes a skilled workforce to bring big ideas to life, and Oklahoma’s economic development projects are no different. CAD drafters, engineering technicians, electromechanical technicians, construction workers, electricians and HVAC technicians – are all needed to build a business structure from the ground up. Central Tech isn’t just designing buildings, their blueprint generates new infrastructure,…
Requests from Central Tech’s job fair on the Drumright campus last year sparked the need to expand to both campuses for 2017.
Frick’s work with the Action Skills Contest on the national level has impacted hundreds of students over the years and her care and compassion for students at all learning levels is a model for advisors to follow.