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Gary Hall Jr. - Project Lead the Way
A shocking experience with an electrical outlet at a young age determined Gary Hall Jr.’s career pathway – following in his father’s footsteps.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1708
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we focus on aviation and the impact it has on the Oklahoma economy.
Aerospace Impact in Oklahoma City
Aerospace manufacturing, engineering, education and maintenance all play a big role in employing thousands of Oklahomans.
World Leader in Aviation Plastics
Vantage Plane Plastics in Alva, Okla., is the world’s leader in after-market general aviation interior and exterior plastics.
Aerospace: Educating the Educators
The Aerospace Education and Industry Partnership group trains teachers in aerospace technologies they can use in their classrooms.
STEM to Naval Academy
Gordon Cooper Tech’s pre-engineering program gave Whitney Heer the science and math foundation she needed to enter the naval academy.
Breaking the Cycle of Crime
The Cedar Canyon Adventure Program is a residential group home for adjudicated adolescent males hoping to improve their quality of life.
SOARing Higher
Breaking the cycle of addiction is one of the goals of the Southern Oklahoma Addiction Recovery program in Ada, Oklahoma.
SOAR - Alternative to Incarceration
Value Added: SOAR provides a work program alternative to incarceration for nonviolent drug and alcohol offenders.
Adam Luck - Right On Crime
Value Added: Right On Crime is the conservative approach to criminal justice: fighting crime, supporting victims and protecting taxpayers.
Kris Steele - Incarceration Issues
Value Added: Incarceration is not only a social issue for Oklahoma, but also an economic issue.
Kris Steele - Incarcerate or Rehabilitate?
Value Added: Would offenders who do not pose a threat to public safety benefit more treatment, education and job training rather than incarceration?
Kris Steele - TEEM
Value Added: The Education and Employment Ministry is dedicated to breaking cycles of incarceration and poverty.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1715
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we look at the role agriculture plays in Oklahoma classrooms.
Susan Bennett: Hello Siri
Susan Bennett is the voice of SIRI, the Apple tool that can sometimes be frustrating, but also be very helpful.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1716
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we look at the strength and resilience of the faculty, students and community that helped rebuild Canadian Valley Technology ...
Canadian Valley Tech: Devastated
The most dangerous storm in tornado-observing history produced an EF5 tornado that hit Canadian Valley Technology Center in El Reno, Oklahoma.
Canadian Valley Tech: Determined
El Reno and surrounding communities pulled together to open CVTC’s doors for classes in just over two months.
Canadian Valley Tech: Dedicated
Resilient CVTC staff members prepare students for careers through their technology education programs in their new state-of-the-art facility.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1721
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we travel the state and see how some Oklahomans are changing lives with a helping hand.
ROC: Reaching Our City
A group in northwest Oklahoma City is working to help people strengthen themselves, their families and their communities.
DECA: Helping Infants in Need
A group of Oklahoma high school students drew inspiration from Pinterest for a class project to find a way to help less fortunate people.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1723
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we visit the Jim Thorpe Museum and the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame.
Tech Center Credentials
Canadian Valley Tech Signing Day marks a new beginning for students whose certifications will garner them real career results.
Coach in the Classroom
Southern Tech’s carpentry and construction instructor Robby Adams provides his student builders with real-world experience.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1726
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we bring you our swan song as we say our final goodbyes with a little Oklahoma inspired music.
Cain’s Dog Tired Guitar
Local craftsman Roger Cowan makes guitars out of old dance floor boards from the Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Dulcimer: A Distinctive Sound
Master Works owner Russell Cook -- and many other multi-instrumentalists -- believe the dulcimer is by far the easiest instrument to learn.
Oklahoma Horizon Says Farewell
The mission of “Oklahoma Horizon” for the past 12 years has been to share insight into the ever-changing world.
Thank You from Oklahoma Horizon
Twelve years and 650 episodes later, the “Oklahoma Horizon” staff – both past and present – would like to say thank you for the stories and friendships.