This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we talk with people taking the road less traveled in education and in life.
The looming crisis in farm country is due to fewer young people engaging in agricultural activities.
Two young farmers and businessmen speak out about life down on the farm.
Women are breaking tradition and choosing career paths in construction trades that men have dominated for years.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we take a look at the energy industry and the jobs it is creating.
Oklahoma’s ability to pioneer new and innovative technologies keeps the state at the forefront of the nation’s energy industry.
Oklahoma Secretary of Energy and Environment Michael Teague discusses the energy industry’s future.
Chuck Mills believes in the magic of manufacturing, as Mills Machines has grown up with Oklahoma’s energy industry.
When a semitrailer carrying a wind turbine wound up in a ditch, Francis Tuttle Technology Center turned the accident into a learning tool.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, the focus is on education and the efforts underway to ensure our children can compete in a global marketplace.
Will Common Core standards in education allow American students to compete in a global job market?
Common Core is an academic foundation to improve student achievement – allowing students to gain the knowledge and skills to become economically productive adults.
CareerTech’s Making It Work recognizes four nontraditional students for improving their lives through education.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we examine why college graduates struggle to find jobs.
Job seekers need some type of technical certification and secondary or postsecondary degrees to establish careers.
Value Added: Oklahoma’s business sector is strong, but worker credentials are not, which has created a skills gap for employers trying to fill jobs.
Value Added: Acquiring skills certifications can help job seekers find employment.
Snap-On Inc. CEO Nick Pinchuk says ideas and hard work must go together if we are to be successful.
Value Added: Nick Pinchuk, CEO of Snap-On Inc., believes technology education could determine the future of companies like his – and the American economy.
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at some of the issues lawmakers will be debating during the legislative session.