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Tulsa Tech Students Have Even More Options

As when winter turns to spring, a new school year provides a chance for new growth, new knowledge and at Tulsa Tech, a chance to learn new skills. This August will be no different, there are several new options for students sprouting across the district. One of the biggest changes is already underway in our Practical Nursing program. 

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Embracing Fear: How Moving Can Help

Students at Tulsa Tech’s Career Academy embrace the uncertainty. These students were, at one time, looking for an environment more suited to their educational needs. It is their opportunity to take a step toward independence.

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Creating an Individualized Success Plan

Step into a classroom and you will see a lot of items designed to make students feel comfortable. Studies show that learning environment is critical to student success. In some cases, and for various reasons or circumstances, traditional high school does not always work. For those students, Tulsa Tech has a second chance called Career Academy.

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STEM Student Launch into New Opportunity

A new group is taking flight inside Tulsa Tech’s STEM Academy. This group of six students is competing on a first-of-its-kind team, in the StellarXplorers competition. The program designed by the United States Air Force puts students to the test, in a space design competition.

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Instructor Tradition Brings Smiles to Students

Prom, graduation and other important spring events in the life of high school students were all canceled in 2020 by the pandemic, but not all traditions went away. Tulsa Tech Pharmacy Technician Instructor Kari Gibson found a way to keep her cookie tradition alive.

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Kick Your Powersports Career Into Overdrive

The Broken Arrow Campus is home to nearly a half-dozen automotive programs where you can power your career into overdrive. But not all of them tackle full-size engines. The Powersports program takes on everything from lawnmowers to ATV’s and watercraft, and it is that wide variety that sets his students apart.

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Teaching Skills Beyond the Classroom

Tulsa Tech students in the medical programs learn the skills to do their jobs. However, they are also taught valuable lessons about caring for others.

“I think it is helping us build our character,” Kyra Kirby said. “People who want to be in the medical field always think about others first I think it just helps us become better people.”

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Finding her Focus, Developing her Passion

“A picture is worth a thousand words.” It's a quote we all have heard, but is that truly the case? For some Tulsa Tech Photography students, the answer is simple – Yes!

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Tulsa Tech Instructors Find News Ways to Connect With Students

Working from home, distance learning and non-essential businesses closed.  Now, more than ever, people must make a connection. With a face-to-face meeting, not a possibility Tulsa Tech instructors are getting creative to help students.

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Tulsa Tech Instructor Earns Second Place in National Competition

The desire to do our best in activities is instilled in us from a young age. Our parents tell us to do the best we can in school, and as we progress through our careers, employers ask us to be our best selves. For two Tulsa Tech instructors, that meant taking part in the Aero Skills Tournament regionals.

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