Monthly Newsletter

McCullough’s Message
 

It is competition time for Autry’s three CareerTech student organizations. With 100 percent of Autry students participating in a CareerTech student organization, our students are learning valuable skills to develop them into well-rounded individuals for the future. Autry’s SkillsUSA, HOSA Future Health Professionals and BPA students are using their newly attained knowledge to compete at regional, state and national competitions. 

 

Through these organizations students are building a network of colleagues that can last a lifetime.  They are also developing professional skills that will prepare them for their future careers. Many of them are stepping out of their comfort zone for the first time and taking on responsibilities they have never had before. They are becoming leaders with the skills to thrive in the community.

We at Autry Technology Center have made it our mission to align resources, people, knowledge, skills and opportunities to build self-worth and ensure economic prosperity in Oklahoma and beyond. As a workforce resource, Autry sees students as its products and industry as its customer. 

March Students of the Month

 

Autry Technology Center has recognized three students for their exceptional performance both in the classroom and out. Byron Rupp, Myrna Orozco and Rhonda Emerson are Autry’s March Students of the Month. To read more about these students, visit http://autrytech.edu/autry-news/press-releases/

Advanced Medical Orientation

 

Enid is the medical hub of Northwest Oklahoma, and business is booming! Don’t miss your chance to be part of it. You can receive high quality training in Surgical Technology, Radiography and Respiratory Care right here at Autry. Join us for the Advanced Medical Orientation on April 5th to enroll. To learn more about these programs visit our website at autrytech.edu or call us at 580-242-2750.

And the Winner is…

 

AUTRY! Autry’s BPA students recently competed at the State BPA Competition. Four students won first place and will compete at the national competition in Orlando, Florida in May. To read more visit autrytech.edu.

Pictured from left to right in front row: Monica Cruz, Rivr Smith, Shelby West, Taysia Smith, Dezeree Sawyer, Emily Shire. Back row: Francisco Morales, Parker Tate, Brayan Hernandez, Chris Day, Christian Williams, Kelsy Peck, Chance Miller, Conner Miller, Sam Telinde. Not pictured: Caleb Black.

Supervisor Success

 

When supervising projects it is critical to speak the language to have success. The Spanish:Construction course will teach non-Spanish speaking construction site supervisors the functional language skills of Spanish. For more information contact Kristine Almack at kalmack@autrytech.edu or 580-242-2750.

Join us Wednesday, April 26 from 8 am to 4 pm at Autry as we save lives.

Cherokee Strip Business Model Competition

 

The Cherokee Strip Business Model Competition is back! Put your business plan to the test by presenting in front of a panel of expert judges. Up to $30,000 will be awarded at this annual event. Contact Cara Carson at ccarson@autrytech.edu or 580-242-2750 for more information. 

Healthy Living

 

How healthy are you? Autry students were able to find out at the Autry Health Fair on March 9th. The Advanced Medical students got to show off what they have learned by displaying health information and providing their services.

Basics for Better Understanding

 

Communication is a vital part of any career, especially when providing medical care. The Spanish: Medical Personnel course will teach the basics of Spanish to help you better communicate with patients and their family. Contact Ashlee Gore at agore@autrytech.edu or 580-242-2750 to enroll.

Shop and Help

 

You can help change lives just by shopping! When you shop on smile.amazon.com and select OT Autry Vocational and Technical Education Foundation as your charitable organization, Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of the price of your purchase to support the Autry Foundation. This Foundation provides grants to students to help pay for tuition, books, uniforms, transportation and school supplies. Last year alone, the Foundation awarded almost $12,000 in student grants! 

Compete to Win

 

They are going to State! Sixty-one Autry students in SkillsUSA have qualified and will compete at the State SkillsUSA Competition in April. We wish them luck as they continue to make us proud.  
Read more about our talented students at autrytech.edu

Open for Business

 

Do you need a new look? The Autry Salon is here to help. All work is done by students in Autry’s Cosmetology program and supervised by licensed instructors. Call to make your appointment today at 580-242-2750. To learn more about the Cosmetology program, visit our website at autrytech.edu.

Autry to Host Conference

 

Be sure to mark your calendars. The 2017 CNA Conference will be held at Autry Technology Center on Wednesday, June 14, 2017. You don’t need to travel a long distance to receive quality training. You can come right here to Autry. For more information contact Ashlee Gore at agore@autrytech.edu or 580-242-2750. 

 

The Autry Cafe is open! Every weekday through May, Culinary Arts students prepare delicious and inexpensive meals for anyone in the community to come enjoy. You can view the menu each week on Autry’s website here. For more information, contact Chef Tyler Whitson at twhitson@autrytech.edu or 580-242-2750. To learn more about the Culinary Arts program, visit our website by clicking here.

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Autry in Action is a monthly update for our friends.  Come visit Autry Technology Center anytime. We would love to tell you more about our programs or give you a tour of our facility.
We’re located at 1201 W. Willow in Enid. For more information call 580-242-2750 or
toll free in Garfield County 1-888-663-2798 or visit autrytech.edu.