Monthly Newsletter

McCullough’s Message

It is competition season for Autry’s three CareerTech student organizations. I am proud to say 100 percent of Autry students participate in a CareerTech student organization where they are learning valuable skills to build themselves 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 their participation in these organizations, our students are building a network of colleagues that can last a lifetime and are developing professional skills that will prepare them for their future careers. For many of them, this is the first time they are stepping out of their comfort zone and taking on responsibilities they have never had before. They are becoming leaders with the skills to thrive in the community.

At Autry Technology Center, we 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. 

HOSA Students Place at State Contest


Congratulations to our nine HOSA students who placed at the State HOSA Contest in Norman, OK, on April 9-11. Kimberly Scott and Carys Delaplane qualified for the National HOSA Contest and will represent Autry in Dallas, Texas, on June 27-30. Good luck at Nationals! 

BPA Students Bring Home 13 Medals from State Contest


Congratulations to our BPA students who placed at the State BPA Contest held on March 12-14 in Tulsa. Francisco Morales, Samuel Telinde and Chance Miller will move on to compete at the National BPA Contest in Dallas, Texas, on May 9-13. Way to make Autry proud! 

SkillsUSA Competitors Headed to Tulsa for State Contest


Forty-nine Autry students in SkillsUSA have qualified and are currently competing at the State SkillsUSA Competition in Tulsa. We wish them luck as they continue to make us proud! 

April Students of the Month


Congratulations to Autry’s April Students of the Month: Autumn Anderson, McKenna Blanchard and Francisco Morales. To read more about these students visit our website here.

Eight Advance to Round 2 of the Cherokee Strip Business Model Competition

Congratulations to the eight competitors who are advancing to the second round of the Cherokee Strip Business Model Competition! 

Roger Alvarez – Enid Mechanical Bull Rentals
Aaron & Courtney Barber – Scoops Ice Cream Truck
John Conaway – Cornerstone Chiropractic
Kent & Becky Evatt – Red Bird Farm
Ryan Holcomb – Bee Line Heating and Air Conditioning
Bob Osborn – The Silver Care Home
Bridgett Robertson – Puppy Cuts
Curtis Tucker – Buzzhead Brand

The eight semi-finalists will present their business models before the judging panel on Friday, April 27. The top four models will be selected as finalists to advance to the final round! 

Make plans to join us for the final judging panel and awards ceremony on Thursday, May 3 at Oakwood Country Club!

Autry Business & Industry Services Team Awarded at PACE Spring Conference


Congratulations to our Business & Industry Services team who brought home four awards from the Oklahoma Postsecondary Adult Career Education Spring Conference! 

Jorge Guerrero – PACE Diversity and Inclusion Award
Andy Beck – PACE Award of Excellence
Tambi Brown – PACE Ambassador of the Year Award
Brenda Sheik & Meredith Westfahl – PACE Economic Development Award of the Enid Entrepreneur Leadership Series

Teri Holle Honored with ACTE Region IV Lifetime Achievement Award

Autry Business & Industry Services Director Teri Holle was honored with the ACTE Region IV Lifetime Achievement Award during the ACTE Region IV Conference held on April 3-5 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The award recognizes members whose dedicated contributions have been identified with the work and purposes of the Association over an extended period of time. Teri was hired as the Director of Business & Industry Relations at Autry in 1996. During her tenure, she has led countless initiatives and made numerous contributions to Autry, the career and technology education system, her community and the state. Congratulations Teri! 

Join us for Signing Day 2018


We can’t wait to welcome our new students on campus for Signing Day 2018! 

Ace Robotics Receives Rookie Inspiration Award at FIRST Robotics Regional Competition


Autry’s FIRST Robotics team, Ace Robotics, received the Rookie Inspiration award during the FIRST Robotics regional competition in Oklahoma City. The award celebrates extraordinary enthusiasm and spirit throughout exceptional partnership and teamwork furthering the objectives of FIRST. Congratulations Ace Robotics, we are proud of you! 

Teen Tech Academy Enrollment Opens May 8

Students who have completed 6-8th grades can join the fun at Autry for Teen Tech Academy in June! This exciting week of hands-on activities, industry field trips and state-of-the-art technology is sure to be the highlight of your teen’s summer! Online enrollment opens Tuesday, May 8 at 4 p.m. Enroll online here!

Strate Center Tenant Selected for Thunder Launchpad Program

Autry’s Strate Center for Business Development tenant and winner of the 2017 Cherokee Strip Business Model Competition Tony Weedn with BaseConnect was recently accepted as a participant in the inaugural class of The Thunder Launchpad, a new business initiative from the Oklahoma City Thunder. To learn more about the program, click here.

Now Accepting Enrollments for
Full-time Programs


Several of our full-time programs are still accepting enrollments for the 2018-2019 school year including Business Management & Entrepreneurship, Clinical Medical Assisting, Culinary, Dental Assisting, Computer-Aided Drafting & Design and Information Technology. To learn more about our full-time programs, click here. To enroll, call 580.242.2750 to speak with a career counselor.

ASIC Honored as 2018 Partner for Progress


Aircraft Structures International Corporation was honored on April 12 as Autry’s 2018 Oklahoma Association of Career and Technology Education Partner for Progress. The award recognizes businesses and industries that have made outstanding contributions to the improvement, promotion, development and progress of career and technology centers in Oklahoma. To learn more about the award, click here

Join our team!


To learn more about our open positions, click here