Cultivating Coders is partnering with Millwood Public Schools and Metro Tech Academyís Springlake campus to offer its free eight-week all-virtual training camp to 20 students, ranging in age from 15 to 18 years old.
2020 OK Legislative Session wrap-up: Chamber achieves legislative priorities during historic session
The 2020 Legislative Session, after being severely impacted by the COVID-19 global health pandemic, will officially adjourn Sine Die on Friday, May 29. In retrospect, the session can be viewed as occurring in three distinct phases.
To stay ahead of the demand for talent in the aerospace industry, two schools are expanding their curriculum by creating additional courses designed to produce students whose expertise will further cement the state as a national leader.
Both programs are designed specifically to develop the managerial and leadership skills of the A&D workforce, including those without a business education.
The Foundation has been deeply engaged in improving the quality of the Oklahoma City Public School District since being founded in 1984.
Editorís note: Though the event scheduled for this weekend is postponed, we thought our readers would appreciate learning about this exciting competition designed to encourage interest in STEM fields and help our education and workforce development efforts.
Mickey Clagg was part of the group that brought the FIRST Robotics Competition to Oklahoma City, with the inaugural event taking place in 2008. The FIRST Robotics Competition returns to Oklahoma City Wednesday, with the competitions being held Friday and Saturday.
Now to be held on June 17, hear from companies why they chose OKC and how we can continue to build a better business climate for expansions at the next Chamber Forum.