Hadas Bryan, an aspiring 19-year-old hotelier from Ethiopia who journeyed over 8,000 miles west to the Tulsa area about seven years ago, recently completed her certificate in restaurant and lodging management from the Tulsa Tech Owasso campus.
Hadas Bryan has her adoptive family to thank for pursuing a career in the hospitality industry.
Statewide, more than 300 jobs for detention officers open up each year, according to a federal estimate.
For the next five weeks, the students and law enforcement officers will meet once a week for discussions and demonstrations meant to grow understanding.
Tulsa Tech is taking the opportunity to recognize its school board members for their dedication to education, children and the communities they serve.
Students also take part in community service projects.
Staff at the vocational school recently hired on several clients from A New Leaf to clean and sanitize different areas of the campus to ramp up safety measures amid coronavirus concerns.
Union Public Schools announced Wednesday evening that it is shifting all students to distance learning mode beginning Friday.
To help with the safety of voters and polling site workers throughout the election process, Anheuser-Busch produced and is donating more than 61,000 ounces (about 476 gallons) of hand sanitizer to polling sites across Oklahoma for next week’s general election.
Part of a Broken Arrow campus built in 1983, the 18,000 square-foot facility will train the next generation of manufacturing employees in the state's third-largest manufacturing hub.
“The wall means a lot because it is a symbol of the memory of lives lost,” said Lucian Morris, a Tulsa Tech adult masonry student from Collinsville.
Tulsa Tech announced it is expanding its Windows Server Administrator program to its Owasso Campus to fit the demand for IT professionals thro…
Athletes of the year will be revealed in 11 sports conducted during the fall and winter. In addition, the fans of the year winning school will be announced.
TULSA, OK – March 24, 2020 – In this time of unprecedented need, Tulsa Tech is donating personal protective equipment normally utilized to tra…
Whether you want to learn a new hobby or gain new knowledge to advance your career, Tulsa Tech has thousands of adult learning classes to choo…
More and more traditional school districts across the metro are beginning to implement blended and full-time virtual programs.
Tulsa Tech has made it even easier to connect job-seeking students to businesses searching for qualified employees.
The Foundations of Manufacturing course is designed to get students college- or career-ready.
The event will showcase new classrooms and shops established through a partnership with Tulsa-based AAON Inc. and the high school.
The city is rated 47th overall for starting a business.
At 13, Nicole Ellison was removed from her home by child protective services following repeated physical and emotional abuse. Her mother was a…
Going up against 60 teams representing multiple schools in the Tulsa area, the Ram Racers, led by teachers Laura Hayes and Diana Carey, took home third place for their efforts.
Students will learn how to diagnose and repair problems with light and medium-duty diesel engines.
An increasing number of people in the world are miserable, hopeless, suffering and becoming dangerously unhappy because they don’t have an almighty job — and in most cases, no hope of getting one. The lack of good jobs will become the root cause of almost all world problems that America and other countries will face.