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Kiamichi Technology Center Selects October Student of the Month

Kiamichi Technology Center (KTC) selected Sarah Brown October student of the month. Sarah is a high school senior student in the Teacher Prep Early Care Program (TPEC) at KTC. After completing the TPEC program she plans on working in a daycare facility. KTC student of the month is sponsored by Anchor Development and Construction who donates $100 to each student selected.

Pictures L-R Raymond Wilson, Assistant Director; Sarah Brown, TPEC Program 

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Kiamichi Technology Center Announces Haas Foundation Award Winners

Kiamichi Technology Center (KTC) Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Program recently announced the Gene Haas Foundation winners for the fall semester. Two full day students were awarded $625.00 for the fall semester and one half day student was awarded $312.50. Each student will be eligible to apply again in the spring when the selection will take place again.

The scholarships are given to students currently enrolled or will be enrolled in the machine-based CNC Program at KTC. The criteria for selecting the scholarship winners are determined by the KTC scholarship committee.

Caption for Photo: Shown left to right are Raymond Wilson, Assistant Director; Wyatt Beshears, CNC Student; John Dixon, CNC Student; Cory McCann, CNC Student; Richard Tedder, CNC Instructor.