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Students in Northeast Tech’s EAST Program learn project management skills by taking on community service projects. Once such project involved helping the SafeNet Services organization with its Painted Rock Project to raise awareness of domestic abuse.
EAST students showcase projects to community and recruit new students
02/23/2018
The Environmental and Spatial Technology program, better known by its acronym – EAST® – may have one of the longest names of all Northeast Tech’s programs, but Instructor Brook Easton can sum up the program in two words: project management.
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Monthly guest speakers are a regular part of the PN curriculum at Northeast Tech’s Claremore campus, and the most recent guest speaker to visit the classroom was Laura Lundberg, an RN and nurse recruiter for the Cherokee Nation.
Cherokee Nation recruiter visits Practical Nursing Program at Claremore
02/13/2018
In addition to the volumes of bookwork and long clinical hours, face-to-face contact with potential employers is one of the reasons why so many of Northeast Tech’s practical nursing (PN) students find gainful employment. Monthly guest speakers are a regular part of the PN curriculum, because ultimately, the students need a job and the employers need a trained workforce.
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Sequoyah students Danielle Williams and Alana Johnson, were two of more than 60 high school girls who participated in Northeast Tech’s Jobs for the Girls event in early February.
Girls in Rogers County encouraged to pursue IT careers
02/07/2018
More than 60 high school girls visited Northeast Tech’s Claremore Campus last week for a special event designed to educate them about the career opportunities available in the technology field. Known as, “Jobs for the Girls,” the event not only gave the students an inside look at the home automation program at Northeast Tech, it also allowed them the chance to test their skill on a basic cabling project.
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Superintendent's Message

Bad weather and water line breaks have created problems at several of our campuses. Consequently, we will be having classes on Monday, Feb. 19 at all campuses. Our maintenance and support staffs at these campuses deserve a huge THANK YOU for expediting repairs and minimizing the amount of instructional time lost.

It seems hopeful that our state legislature will soon approve legislation that fixes the budget for this fiscal year…and fund a sorely needed teacher raise. Please, encourage your legislators to support ALL education in Oklahoma.

Keep up the good work! 

Fred

“Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.” - George Washington Carver



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