Officers receive award from NWTC


April 14, 2019

The Oklahoma Association for Technology Centers recognized top industry partners for training and employing thousands of Oklahoma workers through CareerTech technology center programs at the annual Partners for Progress awards ceremony. Each technology center statewide selected a recipient who has displayed a commitment to advancing career technical education through utilization of CareerTech programs and through exemplary commitments to workforce excellence and education in their community. Woods County Law Enfrocement was the award recipient for Northwest Technology Center (NWTC) in Alva. Adam Honeyman and Brock Morgan were on hand to receive the award. These officers along with Steve Tanio have been instrumental in getting the new Fire Arms Training Simulator operational. Pictured are (from left) Jeremy Eaton, NWTC Assistant Superintendent; Trooper Brock Morgan, Oklahoma Highway Patrol; Deputy Adam Honeman, Woods County Sheriff's Office; Charlotte Hadwiger, NWTC BIS/ACD director; Marcie Mack, Oklahoma Department Career Tech director; State Representative Carl Newton; and Daren Slater, NWTC superintendent.

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