Tulsa Tech and Broken Arrow Chamber Open New Manufacturing Training Facility

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EDUCATIONAL PROGRESS: Broken Arrow and Tulsa Tech leaders participate in ribbon cutting for the new manufacturing training center facility.

The state of Oklahoma’s third largest manufacturing hub has a new space for students to learn the skills needed for Broken Arrow regional businesses. Tulsa Tech and the Broken Arrow Chamber officially opened the newly-remodeled manufacturing wing at the Broken Arrow campus.
The area was part of the original Broken Arrow campus built in 1983, and is now a shimmering 18,000 square foot facility open to train the next generation of manufacturing employees. 
“The newly-renovated classrooms and labs for these programs are critical to our mission of Educating people for success in the workplace,” Dr. Steve Tiger, Tulsa Tech Superintendent and CEO said. “Once completed, a world-class advanced manufacturing facility will create a hub for training, ensuring quality employees for industry partners throughout the region.”
The facility offers both high school and adult students the opportunity to train for multiple disciplines within the manufacturing industry. From machining to mechatronics, and soon welding, the Broken Arrow campus will be the centerpiece for training in manufacturing careers for many years.
About Tulsa Technology Center

Tulsa Tech, the oldest and largest in Oklahoma’s CareerTech System, is a career and technology center school district dedicated to educating people for success in the workplace. Tulsa Tech helps high school and adult students from across the Tulsa region explore new careers, upgrade their training and skills, and pursue their dreams. More information can be found at tulsatech.edu.

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