Pontotoc Technology Center (PTC) is a public career and technology education center in Ada, Oklahoma. Part of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education system, PTC provides students with modern classroom facilities, exceptional equipment, and qualified instructors for a constructive education and training service.
PTC has the option of full-time programs or short-term classes. Nine full-time programs (Automotive General Service Technician, Cosmetologist, Environmental Biotechnology STEM Academy, Fire and Safety Training, Health Science, Heavy Equipment Operator, Information Technology, Practical Nursing, and Welding) offered are designed for students seeking specific career or technical training.Short-term classes aim to enhance existing skills or explore a new career path.
Secondary school students living in technology district center who attend a public, private, parochial, charter, or home school are eligible to attend tuition free. The nine different school districts include Ada, Allen, Byng, Latta, Roff, Sasakwa, Stonewall, Tupelo, and Vanoss. Adults can attend mornings, afternoons or both. Adult students are admitted according to space in the career major and can apply for financial aid.
Each career major at PTC is involved with at least one CareerTech Student Organization (CTSO). The National Technical Honor Society has an active chapter on this campus. Other active organizations on campus include:
Oklahoma State University–Oklahoma City (OSU-OKC) is a public university in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is part of the Oklahoma State University System. Founded in 1961 as a branch of Oklahoma State University–Stillwater, its name changed from Oklahoma State University Technical Institute to its current designation in 1990. The school offers more than 40 degrees and/or certificates. Classes are held weekdays and weeknights, on-campus, online and hybrid, with intersession courses available. The university is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) is a public career technology school in Englewood, Ohio. It serves five southwestern Ohio counties. Prior to 1994 it was known as the Montgomery County Joint Vocational School.
Francis Tuttle Technology Center is a public career and technology education center affiliated with the state of Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education. It was established in 1979 after the school boards of four school districts - Deer Creek, Edmond, Putnam City and Western Heights - passed a resolution to form Vocational Technical District 21. Since that time, the districts in Cashion and Crescent have also been added to District 21.
The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center is a career–technical school that provides career–technical training to high school students and adults in west-central Ohio. Founded in 1974, Ohio Hi-Point (OHP) Career Center in Bellefontaine, Ohio, is a two-year career-technical school district serving 11th and 12th grade students in 14 partner school districts covering five counties, which comprises the career-technical planning district (CTPD). Students may also opt to remain at their partner school and specialize in one of Ohio High-Point’s fifty-two satellite programs. Career-technical programs offered at OHP are in the career fields of agriculture and animal science, arts and communication, business, engineering and manufacturing, health sciences, human and public service and transportation. The high school services students from Bellefontaine High School, Benjamin Logan High School, Indian Lake High School, Waynesfield-Goshen High School, Upper Scioto Valley High School, Riverside High School, Mechanicsburg High School, Triad High School, Kenton High School, Ridgemont High School, Urbana High School, Marysville High School, West Liberty-Salem High School, and Graham High School.
The Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education is an agency of the state of Oklahoma located in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech) is a public technical institute in Kirkland, Washington. LWTech is a member of the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges and offers bachelor's degrees, associate degrees, and professional certificates in more than 40 areas of study.
Tulsa Technology Center is a public independent school district affiliated with the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education.
In Oklahoma, Tech Prep is an administered through the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education, located in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Tech Prep is funded through Section II of the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006.
Meridian Technology Center is a public two-year technical college in Stillwater, Oklahoma. It is part of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education.
Western Technology Center is a public career and technology education center founded in 1970 with its main campus located in Burns Flat, Oklahoma. Branch campuses are located in Hobart, Sayre and Weatherford. Western Technology Center is part of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education system.
Canadian Valley Technology Center is a public career and technology education center in Oklahoma. The center opened in 1970 and has three main central Oklahoma campuses: El Reno, Oklahoma, west Oklahoma City and in Chickasha, Oklahoma. Canadian Valley is part of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education system.
Central Technology Center is a public career and technology education center in Drumright, Oklahoma and Sapulpa, Oklahoma. It is part of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education system.
Metro Technology Centers is a public career and technology education center with multiple locations in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is part of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education system. Metro Tech provides 30 full-time programs to high school students and adults, over 500 short-term and online courses and customized training for business and industry employees. Others services include career and business counseling, assessment, financial aid, employment services, academic centers, ESL, child care, disability services and bus transportation. Special programs include high school dropout recovery, transition from government assistance to the workplace and GED preparation.
Gwinnett Technical College is a public technical school in the U.S. state of Georgia with campuses in Lawrenceville and Alpharetta. It is a unit of the Technical College System of Georgia and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Since opening its doors as the Gwinnett Area Technical School in 1984, the college has added numerous programs of study, made two name changes, expanded its facilities and experienced enrollment growth. Currently, the Lawrenceville campus is 88 acres and the Alpharetta-North Fulton Campus is 25 acres.
College of Western Idaho (CWI) is a public community college in Southwest Idaho with its main campus locations in Boise and Nampa. CWI also offers classes at several community locations throughout the Treasure Valley. It is one of four comprehensive community colleges in Idaho and is governed by a five-member board of trustees elected at large by voters in Ada and Canyon counties.
The state of Connecticut funds and operates the Connecticut Technical High School System (CTHSS), also known as the Connecticut Technical Education and Career System (CTECS). It is a statewide system of 17 diploma-granting technical high schools, and one technical education center, serving approximately 10,200 full-time high school students with comprehensive education, and training in 38 occupational areas. CTECS also serves approximately 5,500 part-time adult students in apprenticeship and other programs. Two full-time adult programs are offered in aviation maintenance.
The Oklahoma State System of Higher Education is the state's legal structure for providing public education at the collegiate level. It is a coordinated system of colleges and universities located throughout the state.
Ogden–Weber Technical College is a public technical college in Ogden, Utah. It is one of the largest of the eight technical colleges that comprise the Utah System of Technical Colleges (USTC). The college offers open-entry, open-exit, competency-based education targeted at technical skills and job placement. The college provides technical training in 30 different programs. Primary career clusters include Business and IT, Construction, Health, Manufacturing and Service occupations.
Davis Technical College is a public technical college in Kaysville, Utah. It provides competency-based education in an open-entry, open-exit environment which prepares over 6,000 high school and adult students with career and technical skills. Generally, students may start or end at any time during the year and progress at a rate suited to individual learning style.