Working in a grocery store wasn’t going to pay the bills for very long, thought Alex McCaughey. That’s why he began spreading his resume around at area temp agencies.
Ashlee, an Interactive Media & Web Technology student, graduated from Canadian Valley’s El Reno Campus in 2010.
Many young people struggle when it comes to choosing a career. Many adults even have difficulty with the decision.
When Floyd Phillips attended Canadian Valley Technology Center (then referred to as "Vo-Tech") back in the early 80's, he had no idea that nearly 30 years later, he'd be back for a life-changing ex
Krystyn Hobbs, a 2007 graduate of Chickasha High School and Canadian Valley Technology Center's Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) program, may now be a college graduate, but she recalls her
Canadian Valley Technology Center graduate Jordan Danser spent his entire educational career until age 16 as a home schooled student. "I was in a rut as a home school student," Danser said.
Jerod Wilkins, a 2006 graduate of Chickasha High School and CV Tech’s CADD program, accredits CVTC for all the opportunities he has had in his life.
Matthew is a 2011 graduate in the Computer Repair & Networking program at the El Reno Campus.
Megan is a Yukon High School graduate who was elected as a state officer for Business Professionals of America while at Canadian Valley.
Nick Gassaway, a 2010 graduate of Am-Po High School and CV Tech’s Welding program, was active in SkillsUSA, won Student of the Quarter, and earned many of his welding certification
Nick Guinn, a 2006 graduate of CV Tech and Tuttle High School, stands with his 2010 Chevy Camaro.
Aviation Maintenance Technology Student of the Year in 2009, Robin went to work as an airplane mechanic at Tinker Air Force Base.
College prep is a bit of a departure from traditional tech center classes, admits Seth Booth.