Tulsa Tech Inducts Alfred L. Gibbs into Hall of Fame

Tulsa Tech’s Superintendent/CEO Dr. Steve Tiger has announced former campus director and CareerTech pioneer Alfred “Al” Gibbs has been inducted in the Tulsa Tech Hall of Fame.


“Gibbs championed career and technical education, making the training we now provide a reality for the Tulsa area,” said Tiger. “His passion for education, career training and visionary leadership make him a perfect choice to be recommended and recognized as a member of the Tulsa Tech Hall of Fame.”

Gibbs was instrumental in recruiting the first 321 students to the new Tulsa Vo-Tech, in 1965. He would become the first campus director of the Memorial campus when Tulsa Tech became an independent school district in 1973. An innovative educator and administrator, Gibbs was a tireless advocate for expanded student opportunities.

More information can be found at tulsatech.edu/about-the-district/leadership/hall-of-fame/. 

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. For more information, visit tulsatech.edu.

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