Student leaders at CKTC kick-off the school year with action

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Student leaders at CKTC kick-off the school year with action

Career and Technical Student Organization student leaders kick-off the school year at Caddo Kiowa Technology Center by electing officers and participating in a fall leadership conference. “We typically have exemplary participation in our student organizations, and I expect this year will be no different. I am excited to get to know and work with this year’s student leaders,” commented Student Services Director Staci Repp.

For almost half a century, CKTC has provided career training, business and industry services and leadership programs to a rural district in southwest Oklahoma. Opportunities at CKTC range from business and health to science and transportation trades. Additionally, CKTC offers customized workplace training and short-term training. More information about CKTC is available online at www.mycktc.com or by calling 405.643.5511. CKTC is a proud member of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education, which provides leadership and resources and assures standards of excellence for a comprehensive statewide system of career and technology education. The system offers programs and services in 29 technology center districts.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Student leaders at CKTC

Welding and Metal Fabrication President is Devon Clemons (Fort Cobb), and Vice President is Isaiah Tartsah (Apache).
Student leaders at CKTC
The Health Careers class voted on 2018-2019 student leaders for their HOSA organization. Morning HOSA officers are Skyler Saunier, Cement – Historian; Abbigale Bilyeu, Carnegie – Secretary; Donna Bert, Anadarko – Vice President; and Kodee Hrbacek, Apache – President.
Student leaders at CKTC
The Health Careers class voted on 2018-2019 student leaders for their HOSA organization. Afternoon HOSA officers are Dianah Chandler, Apache – Vice President; MaKenzie Myers, Anadarko – President; Kaydence Wright, Anadarko – Historian; and Georgeina Tallbird, Carnegie – Secretary.
The Business Information Technology Education class at CKTC voted on 2018-2019 student leaders for their BPA organization. CKTC post-secondary officers are Kyra Kaulity – Historian, Anadarko; Marissa Knight – Reporter, Anadarko; Nola Rodriquez – Vice President, Anadarko; Kenny Pauls – President, Corn; Cornelia Pair – Secretary, Apache; and Nichole Plumley – Parliamentarian, Mountain View.
Student leaders at CKTC
The Business Information Technology Education class at CKTC voted on 2018-2019 student leaders for their BPA organization. CKTC secondary officers are President Alexis Alvares, Lookeba; Vice President Uriah Beaver, Anadarko; and Secretary Brittney Von Allman, Lookeba.
Student leaders at CKTC
In early October, CKTC’s BPA Chapter attended the Fall Leadership Conference at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Norman, Oklahoma. The year’s conference theme was “Empower.” Business Information Technology Education students and staff attended a variety of breakout sessions including OKC Thunder – Being a Pro’s Pro-Professionalism & Interview Tips, Social Media Brands YOU, and Great Leaders Embrace Difficult Conversations. Student leaders in attendance were Alexis Alves, Lookeba; Uriah Beaver, Anadarko; Vincent Davis, Verden; Jaci McLemore, Binger; Brittany VonAllman, Lookeba; Robyn Beaver, Anadarko; Erin Hutton, Cyril; Kyra Kaulaity, Anadarko; Marissa Knight, Anadarko; Hope Lovelace, Carnegie; Cornelia Pair, Apache; Teri Paukei, Cyril; Kenneth Pauls, Colony; Nichole Plumley, Mountain View; Nola Rodriguez, Anadarko; Jessica Satepauhoodle, Anadarko; and Katelen Smith, Anadarko. CKTC BITE Instructors attending were Charlotte Oswald and Tricia Pierce.

 

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