Spring means it’s student contest time in the CareerTech system.
Beck’s Farm Equipment has been named a Partners for Progress award winner by the Oklahoma Association of Technology Centers.
Improving the safety culture in your organization is a long-term and sometimes challenging process, but it is possible. And it’s worth it – prevention is a smart business strategy and simply the right thing to do.
On March 11, as part of the ongoing HR Matters series co-sponsored by the Stillwater Chamber of Commerce and Meridian Technology Center, Kurt Mendel, Safety Training Coordinator at Meridian, will share about “Improving Your Safety Culture.”
When it came to watching the 2014 Sugar Bowl game, Matt Bixler and Jay McIntyre had their eyes firmly fixated on the field.
It wasn’t because of an affinity for either team playing for the title. Instead it was because their company, Sports Field Removal, LLC, had just played a significant role in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome field resurfacing.
Meridian Technology Center Culinary Arts student Kylie Payne and instructor Donna Cantrell recently received two of the highest awards from the Oklahoma Restaurant Association.
Payne, a second-year student at Meridian and senior at Perkins-Tryon High School, was named the Oklahoma ProStart Student of the Year. Cantrell, a 12-year veteran instructor at Meridian, received the Oklahoma ProStart Instructor of the Year award.
A lunchtime series offering insightful information and techniques for handling common workplace scenarios.
Months of hard work will come down to mere minutes when students in the Pre-Engineering Academy at Meridian Technology Center take the floor at Saturday’s VEX Robotathon competition in Muskogee.
January is designated as National School Board Recognition month and this year’s theme, “School Boards Make a World of Difference,” couldn’t be more appropriate.
The members of the Meridian Technology Center Board of Education aren’t just your neighbors. They are your voice.
The Meridian district is divided into five geographic areas. Meridian’s board members live in and represent their district for five-year terms.
When it comes to keeping your business' books, there are more things to consider than just profit and loss.
Cody Condit is good at fixing things.
As an automotive technician at Stillwater’s Janzen Toyota, whether he’s pinpointing problems or searching for solutions, the Meridian Technology Center Automotive Technology graduate focuses on getting the job done right.
Recently, Toyota’s top service team staffers also took note of Condit’s attention to detail and invited him to join their national technical assistance advisory team.