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    • The Universal Encouragement Program (UEP)

    • Educational counseling--Data processing.; Vocational guidance--Data processing.
    • The Universal Encouragement Program (UEP) is a free guidance assessment, reporting, communications, and evaluation system for schools and education support programs. The UEP enables school counselors and education support professionals to collect...
    • Annual report, 2002/03

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    • Oklahoma's system of career and technology education plays a vital role in "securing futures" for Oklahomans by preparing them to succeed in the workplace. We must have a well-trained workforce to sustain growth in our economy and to compete...
    • Oklahoma Careertech student organizations. Oklahoma's CareerTech system

    • Technical education--Oklahoma.; Career education--Oklahoma.; Vocational school students--Oklahoma.; Student activities--Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma's co-curricular student organizations are key to the CareerTech System.; List of student organizations and photograph of current presidents; We prepare Oklahomans to succeed in the workplace, in education, and in life.
    • Disaster recovery and emergency training simulator unit

    • Emergency medical personnel--Training of--Oklahoma--Equipment and supplies.; Disaster relief--Study and teaching--Oklahoma--Equipment and supplies.
    • A Mobile Unit to Train and Respond The custom trailer features six high-fidelity adult and pediatric human simulators and has the capacity for training 15 students at a time.
    • Oklahoma Career Information System

    • Career education--Oklahoma--Databases.;
    • What is OKCIS? The state’s Web-based career guidance system. OKCIS is an online system of career development information and activities that sets students and adults on the road to planning.
    • Nontraditional careers

    • Men--Vocational guidance.; Women--Vocational guidance.; Women--Employment.; Men--Employment.; Occupational training.
    • What is a Nontraditional Career? A job is considered nontraditional if 25 percent or less of the workforce is of your gender.

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