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Fulfilling Her Need to Serve

In surveys from the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation, as many as 30 percent of workers said they wanted out of the profession. That was also true for Tulsa Tech student Kristy Irvine. “I was a nurse for 25 years, and the pandemic put me on a different level of stress and being away from my family,” she said. Like many Americans, the pandemic caused Irvine to reevaluate her life. But she did not want to abandon what she had learned over the last quarter century.

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Austin Ridgard

One Risk Leads to a Big Reward

Going back to school is a scary thought for some. At 24 years old, Tulsa Tech alumnus Austin Ridgard took a leap of faith, but he knew what Tech could offer him. While at Union High School, he was enrolled in the pre-engineering program.

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Brian Kiss smiles for photo in his culinary uniform

A Hunger for Knowledge; a Flair for Flavor

"The best things in life are messy." That quote sits at the top of the Kiss My Cook food truck menu. Opened during the heart of the COVID-19 pandemic, the food truck was more than a spur-of-the-moment decision. For Bryan Kiss, it was a way to make it. His passion for food and cooking lead him to Tulsa Tech and the Owasso campus. 

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