HOSA Officers

Student organization officers announced

Student organization officers announced

Students enrolled at Caddo Kiowa Technology Center recently chose who they wanted serving as officers for their respective student organization. These student organization officers teams participate in several local, regional and state activities that promote leadership, professional development and teamwork to enhance not only their training experience but to also inspire their fellow classmates.

“The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.” – Ralph Nader

“Once again, CKTC students have raised the bar in their officer selections,” said Staci Repp, Student Services Director. “This is an excellent group of leaders who are eager to get started in their officer roles.”

 

CKTC student organization officers for Business Professionals of America

Student organization officers
The 2017-2018 CKTC Business Professionals of America officers from the Business Information Technology Education Program are Trey Abbott – Historian/Reporter, Fort Cobb; Taaron Burcum – Vice President, Carnegie; Cody Courtney – President, Fort Cobb; Cayla Wikinson – Secretary, Fletcher; and Nicole Satepauhoodle – Parliamentarian, Anadarko.

 

CKTC student organization officers for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

Student organization officers
The CKTC FCCLA officer team for Culinary Arts is President Riley Munoz, Carnegie and Vice President Sariah Pemberton, Anadarko.

 

CKTC student organization officers for Health Occupations Students of America

Student organization officers
Those named to this year’s CKTC HOSA officer team for the Health Careers morning class are Jacob Williams , Vice-President, Binger; Iris Irish, Secretary, Carnegie; Alyssa Gomes, President, Anadarko; and Ashton Burkhead, Chaplin/Reporter/Historian, Anadarko.

 

Student organization officers
Those named to this year’s CKTC HOSA officer team for the Health Careers afternoon class are Clayton Baker, President, Lookeba; Lita Gibson, Secretary, Riverside; Carmelita Ybarra, Apache, Vice-President; and Mia Josey, Apache, Chaplin/Reporter/Historian.

 

Biomedical Sciences Officers
Biomedical Sciences HOSA morning officers are Allie Green, Mountain View, Reporter; Rylee Floyd, Mountain View, Secretary; Jessica Coin, Cement, President; Randi Lee Troglin, Mountain View, Vice-President; and Rachel Uhlig, Hydro, Parliamentarian.

Biomedical Sciences Officers
Biomedical Sciences HOSA afternoon officers are Lindsay Hood, Apache, Historian; and Haley McCurley, Treasurer.

CKTC student organization officers for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

FCCLA officers from the Early Care and Education morning class are Torri Thomas (Anadarko) – Treasurer; Ashley Aitson (Apache) – Vice-President; Paticia Smith (Binger) – President; and (not pictured) Ky’Ana Willhoite (Anadarko) – Secretary.

 

FCCLA officers from the afternoon Early Care and Education class are Teresa Woosypitti (Anadarko) – President; Calsie Wright (Riverside) – Vice-President; Lauryn Welch (Binger) – Secretary; and Lorna Coley (Anadarko) – Treasurer.
For over 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.

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One Comment to “Student organization officers announced”

  1. Working with these fantastic students will be a pleasure!

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