Providing high-tech educational opportunities for high school students, adults and businesses in Oklahoma.
January 13, 2016
EL RENO – Greg Winters never wavered from the promise he made on ABC television the night of May 31, 2013.
January 12, 2016
YUKON – “Live your paycheck.”
January 8, 2016
CHICKASHA – The time of year is ideal for Brad Bute to offer 13 of his Heating and Air Conditioning students some specialized gas pipe training.
January 8, 2016
YUKON – Baylee Betten remembers the warnings about the uncertainty that follows high school.
YUKON – Gayla Lutts realized early in her life that learning never stops.
From grade school at Western Heights and later Moore, she also nurtured a passion for people.
Dec. 8, 2015
EL RENO – For the third straight year, Canadian Valley Technology Center has been recognized as a Top Workplace in Oklahoma.
Dec. 8, 2015
MUSKOGEE – For the second time this school year, Canadian Valley Technology Center has captured first place in a regional VEX Robotics event.
Dec. 7, 2015
Canadian Valley Technology Center opens its doors for interested high school sophomores and above on Thursday, Dec. 3 at the Chickasha Campus and Monday, Dec.
Students enrolled in the Health Careers program at Canadian Valley Technology Center’s Cowan Campus near Yukon wanted to make a difference for families in need this Thanksgiving.
CHICKASHA – Governor Mary Fallin dispatched one of her top aids to Canadian Valley Technology Center on Monday with the goal of finding and exploiting best practices as they relate to her Oklahoma
CHICKASHA – They came from all walks of life to campus this week.
Students waited patiently in long lines to shake hands with Canadian Valley Technology Center staff and adult students who served in the U.S.
OKLAHOMA CITY – North of Canadian Valley Technology Center’s El Reno Campus lies a 20-acre tract of undeveloped land that has historically been leased to a wheat farmer.
CHICKASHA – Ryan Posey admits he scooted to the edge of his chair when recently offered the potential to reduce employee downtime and eliminate substantial product waste.
EDMOND – Pre-Engineering students from Canadian Valley Technology Center captured first place at a regional VEX Robotics competition on Saturday.
YUKON – October is National Disability Employment Awareness month.
YUKON – If these wheels could talk.
YUKON – A career expo featuring area businesses and college representatives is planned for sixth through 12th graders on Nov. 5 at Canadian Valley Technology Center’s Cowan Campus.
YUKON – A local charity had a key need met this week by students at Canadian Valley Technology Center and through the generosity of Lowe’s Store.
YUKON – David Venard uses Twitter in the classroom to display students’ work in his Auto Body Technology program at Canadian Valley Technology Center.
CHICKASHA – Rachel Phillips is uncertain whether Donald Trump will win the Republican nomination, let alone the Presidency in November 2016, but she is certain that Trump supports veterans.
YUKON – Oklahoma Career Tech officials have chosen one nominee for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, and it’s Nathan Herndon of Minco.
YUKON – Efren Silva hopes his painting days are over.
CHICKASHA – A few months ago, Michael Kashay was searching for an outlet to put to use all the new skills he had acquired.
YUKON – Marti Brown feels as though she’s just been granted a wish.
CV Tech opens in just days for the 2015-16 school year. But one critical step remains, called enrollment finalization. It’s mandatory for all students.
TULSA – Canadian Valley Technology Center has been recognized again as a Gold Star Award recipient by the Oklahoma Department of CareerTech.
TULSA – Ask Dick Lowe what he does as an industrial coordinator at Canadian Valley Technology Center, and he will instead tell you what he is.
CHICKASHA – So you wanna be an engineer?
CHICKASHA – Not so long ago, the idea of career training was an afterthought for Ashlea Alexander. Then came high school graduation in 2012.
YUKON – On the road to completing coursework to become a licensed practical nurse, Nikki Hasty had an encounter with Greek mythology.
YUKON – Elementary and middle school students are getting a crash course in foreign language this week at CV Tech’s Dr. Earl Cowan Campus.
CHICKASHA – As clouds darkened like they often do each May in Oklahoma, and the tornado sirens blared, there was a new sense of calm at Canadian Valley Technology Center.
YUKON – Computer Information Systems instructor Don DeWald, and Biomedical Sciences instructor Ted Harp have been selected as top teachers at their respective Canadian Valley Technology Center camp
Great news for a CV Tech Practical Nursing graduate at our Chickasha Campus!
YUKON – Third times can be charming. Though cliché, Justin Duenow of Mustang is convinced it is true.
YUKON – Cassidy Schnell and Logan Luker, both of Yukon, were named Foundation Outstanding Scholars as CV Tech’s top students during the graduation ceremony Wednesday night at the Fine Arts Center.
CHICKASHA – Makers have a common goal of tapping the unlimited stream of ideas racing through the human mind and moving the needle from passive consumers toward active producers.
CHICKASHA – Police detectives in Chickasha have something new up their sleeves thanks to two area students.
Canadian Valley Technology Center has upgraded its brand to include a new logo mark. The school has featured roughly the same logo for the past quarter-century.
YUKON – Canadian Valley Technology Center’s annual bedding plant sale is April 15-17 at Yukon Middle School’s greenhouse.
CHICKASHA – Mary Beth Carver calls it the family business. Teaching is a passion passed through bloodlines for three generations of ladies in her family.
YUKON – Two teams of students from Canadian Valley Technology Center’s Pre-Engineering program are heading to the VEX Robotics World Championship on April 15-18 in Louisville, Ky.
YUKON – Annali Nunez chooses to focus on the brighter side of the wheelchair on which she sits. The mobility it provides suppresses the reason she needs it.
YUKON – Coaches in the classroom – that’s the vision Don Wilson, Ph.D., has for public education.
No Xs and Os in the athletic sense but celebrating success in the academic sense.
YUKON – Students from Canadian Valley Technology Center’s Holt Campus finished first in a state CyberPatriot competition that ended on December 7.
YUKON – Students at Canadian Valley Technology Center’s Cowan Campus are getting in the Christmas spirit.
Canadian Valley Technology Center has repeated as a Top Workplace in Oklahoma. Coming off a first-place finish in 2013, CV Tech placed third among the top 15 medium-sized companies this year.