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Northwest Technology Center hosts Oklahoma Education and Industry Partnerships (OEIP) event

 

Participants in the Oklahoma Educators and Industry Partners (OEIP) Teacher Camp held at Northwest Technology Center on June 26 and 27 had the opportunity to visit a Mach Resources drilling and production site. Those pictured include (from left, top row): Jill White, Andrea Becker, Angelia Bartgis, Karen Talbott, Gina Hubbard, Justin Lockwood, Kimberly Woodson, Andrew Whiteneck with Mach Resources, Kay Gilchrist, NWTC Superintendent Daren Slater, K.J. Ferguson with Mach Resources, Josh Woodson, Kim Pearson, Miranda Newby, Jackie Bobbitt, Katie Strehl; (back row) Jana Eaton, Shannon Loudensloger, Alona Anderson, NWTC Business and Industry Services Director Charlotte Hadwiger, Branda Gilpin, Lila Lindsay, Janie Waugh, Kim Whiteside, Lynn Ferrari, Lana Merz, Earlene Newby and Sherri Waton. The OEIP camp was open to educators from throughout the state and the event in Alva was one of four held statewide.

Last week, Northwest Technology Center (NWTC), Alva campus, hosted the Oklahoma Education and Industry Partnerships (OEIP) Teacher Camp. Billed as the "Ultimate Teacher/Industry Connection," the event was open to teachers statewide. NWTC was one of four locations in the state to host the event on June 26 and 27. Thirty educators from throughout Oklahoma traveled to Alva to participate in this event, which was coordinated by the Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation and NWTC.

The event kicked off with hands-on demonstrations in three NWTC programs, Practical Nursing, BioMedical Sciences and Collisi...



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