Employment opportunity! SW Tech is now hiring an Aviation Instructor. Apply online at https://www.swtech.edu/page/employment-opportunities
January Employee of the Month Announced: "She has proven to be a tremendous asset to the PN Department, she is very detail oriented, hard working, dependable, and most importantly, she always has a smile and is approachable. She asks questions when she is unsure and she seeks opportunities to learn new things every day. PN feels lucky to have her and would like to recognize her for doing such a great job." Please congratulate Andrea Nichols when you see her for being January Employee of the Month at SWTC! Pictured with Nichols is SW Tech CEO/Superintendent, Dale Latham and SW Crop Insurance Owner, Emily Worrell an avid supporter of the Employee of the Month program.
Passionate, dedicated, committed – thank you Southwest Tech board members for everything you do! #SchoolBoardRecognitionMonth
Social Media Marketing Students Dewayne Pollard and Bailey McAskill have been working On Facebook Posts for the Jackson County 4-H Club.
NOW ENROLLING Phlebotomy with a January 10 start date! Click the link below to enroll! https://www.careertechweb.org/swtc/
Guitar Fire Pit fabricated by Metal Fab students
Teacher Prep students recently voted to contribute to the Altus Fire Department’s Coats for Kids drive.
Thank you, thank you, thank you to all of the wonderful salon owners that participated in the ”Tour of Salons” for our cosmetology students from Southwest Technology Center. You are true advocates for our students and you outdid yourselves on showing your hometown hospitality by giving my students a salon experience that they will always remember! The snacks were great, your enthusiasm and kind words were exceptional and your time away from home was so appreciated. We hope you will always be proud to be a part of helping students make their way in the workforce and learn that We are behind them all the way and will push them to their destiny! Sexton and Co, Shear Expressions, Perry and Co, The Razor’s Edge, The Wildflower Salon and Bourbon Iris, you are in true fashion, the best! -Gina Seedig, SW Tech Cosmetology Instructor
Teacher Prep students are spending this chilly day on the UCO campus attending the Prospective Teachers Academy.
Welcome Career Tech Superintendents to the Southwest Tech campus!
Happy Veteran’s Day from your Oklahoma HOSA Officer Team! https://youtu.be/Z59WN_U4j7E
November Employee of the Month Announced The Employee of the Month for November comes highly recommended and commended from our campus to the North. One of the recommendation letters describes this person beginning as "OH MY" when they begin to talk about the things that he has accomplished at Hanger 33, stating also that the individual is confident, puts lots of careful planning and thought into his work and represents SWTECH supremely. The other recommendation states that the individual has put an extraordinary amount of hours above and beyond into the program, getting all of the Aviation Department formed into a cohesive, well functioning unit, all while teaching his own portion of the curriculum. Noted that this individual has spent evenings and weekends making a vision for the department a reality, all while incorporating the new FAA requirements into the learning process. The new changes are not only evident to staff but also to the students that have noted the improved level of education at the hanger. When you see JOE Schmitt, please give him a BIG shout out for his accomplishments at Hanger 33 and give him a high five for all of the work that he has done for the program. Pictured with Joe Schmitt is SW Tech Superintendent, Dale Latham and Southwest Crop Insurance Owner, Emily Worrell an avid supporter of the employee of the month program.
Miss Lazenby served as a class coach today in Entrepreneurship. She worked with the groups on identifying marketing strategies and how to market their businesses.
Health Science students have recently been studying the integumentary system and wound care in Anatomy & Physiology. Today they spent their lab time making Halloween worthy wounds. Here are some of the top wounds judged by our LPN students!
Graphic Design students put their Spooktacular X-Acto knife skills to the test this Halloween by creating BOOtiful Papercut Art.
Teacher Prep students voted to donate candy to Spooky Town for one of their Educators Rising community service projects.
Cosmetology students did an activity to spark creativity, leadership, and teamwork by working together on creating updos with all items in the “surprise” bag.
Entrepreneurship Afternoon BPA Officers Ashley Cain, Madison Poling, Blaise Sudderth, Elle Gay and Abby Munoz
Zadie Curry, multiple business owner served as the Entrepreneurship class coach today. She worked with each business on creating a positioning statement and brand name for their business.
SWTC Teacher Prep students are getting the opportunity to do classroom observations in grades PreK-6th. This will help them decide what grade level they would like to teach for their spring internship. Maggie Thomas is pictured with some students in Mrs. Rabalais’ class at Altus Primary School.