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Adult Training and Development

Center for Aircraft Systems/Support and Infrastructure (CASI)
CASI is a coalition of Oklahoma universities focused on the support of aviation technology.

For more information:
Carl Hatlelid, Program Manager
405.325.5497


Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority
Working with Carl Albert State College, East Central University, Eastern Oklahoma State College, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Kiamichi Technology Center and Talihina High School, the State Regents have developed a program that provides curriculum for participating institutions, as well as student internships, teacher externships which allow teachers at the institutions to work in the Choctaw Nation Hospital, mentors from the hospital and clinics to come into the classrooms, and clinicals for the nursing students.

Additionally, scholarship programs, school loan reimbursements, summer employment for students and faculty, and summer academies for elementary, middle and high school students will be available.

The following health care facilities and education institutions will be implementing this program:

Integris Health of Clinton with Clinton High School, Fort Cobb High School, Anadarko High School, Caddo Kiowa Technology Center, Redlands Community College and Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Integris Health of Yukon with El Reno High School, Canadian Valley Technology Center, Redlands Community College and Southwestern Oklahoma State University

McCurtain Memorial Hospital of Idabel with Broken Bow High School, Kiamichi Technology Center, Carl Albert State College and Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Choctaw Memorial Hospital of Hugo with Hugo High School, Rattan High School, Carl Albert State College and Southeastern Oklahoma State University

For more information:
Reece Sherrill, RN, BSN, MBA
Assistant Administrator, Choctaw Nation Health Care Center
918.567.7000, ext. 6869


Cooperative Alliance Project
Students have the opportunity to earn college credit while enrolled in courses at career technology centers through cooperative agreements signed by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and the Oklahoma Department of Career Technology. Participating state higher education institutions and career technology centers work together to allow Oklahoma students to receive college credit by successfully completing career technology courses that qualify for college credit.

For more information:
Dr. Debra L. Stuart, Vice Chancellor for Educational Partnerships
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
405.225.9121


Oklahoma Aviation and Aerospace Educational Alliance
The Oklahoma Aviation and Aerospace Educational Alliance provides students with the opportunity to enroll in and receive college credit for programs specifically designed to meet the workforce needs of the aviation and aerospace industry, such as power frame, air frame, avionics and airport management. Oklahoma corporations, public colleges and universities, career technology centers and public schools formed the alliance to improve overall quality, effectiveness and efficiency of aviation and aerospace programs.

For more information:
Dr. Debbie Blanke, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
405.225.9145


Oklahoma Health Care Workforce Center
The Oklahoma Health Care Workforce Center is a statewide partnership established to develop and enhance current health care programs in public education institutions to address the critical nursing shortage and allied health shortages in the fields of radiology technology, respiratory care technology and pharmacology.

The partnerships will consist of one to three hospital associations, four-year universities, community colleges, career technology centers and high schools. GEAR UP and EPAS will be partners in working with high schools.

The State Regents are in the process of developing an articulation agreement utilizing the radiology technology and respiratory care technology AAS degree program at Rose State College that will be delivered to the Southeastern Oklahoma State University campus. Students will enroll at SOSU and take all the general education courses and then co-enroll at RSC for all the technical courses that will be delivered online.

For more information:
Dr. Debbie Blanke, Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
405.225.9145

Adrienne Proffer, Coordinator, Academic Affairs Projects
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
405.225.9163


Scholars for Excellence in Child Care
The Scholars for Excellence in Child Care program will ensure that eligible child care professionals in the state of Oklahoma have an opportunity to attend a two-year college to further their education while earning a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential, Certificate of Mastery, and/or an associate degree in child development or early childhood education.

For more information:
Kiki McWilliams, Scholarship Administrator
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
405.225.9397


U.S. Navy Advanced Standing Program
The State Regents and participating Oklahoma State System institutions have signed an Advanced Standing Agreement with the U.S. Navy to award college credits for specific technical education and training courses and job experience successfully completed while serving in the U.S. Navy.

For more information:
Connie Lake, Assistant Vice Chancellor of Workforce and Economic Development
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
405.225.9159


For more information on adult training and development programs, email Connie Lake or call the Student Information Hotline at 1.800.858.1840 (225-9239 in Oklahoma City).