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Each year, the Metro Tech Law Enforcement Program students assist with Special Olympics Oklahoma activities such as bowling and The Polar Plunge at White Water Bay.
At Metro Tech, we take pride in preparing students for employment and life by encouraging them to give back in their community.
To learn more about the Law Enforcement Program:
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http://www.metrotech.edu/programs/law-enforcement-services
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Our mission at Metro Tech is to prepare people for employment and life; and our students are the BEST testament to our success.

Congratulations going out to Josiah, who has so much to celebrate!

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Pre-Law Enforcement students attend prestigious Cadet Lawman Academy

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Looking for that perfect job?  Join us at the 27th annual Metro Tech Career Fair. Dress for success and bring your resume 8:30 am- 2:00 pm.

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Metro Tech Teacher Brenda Anderson was honored by KMGL Radio Station Magic 104.1 on September 15th 2014 as their Teacher of the Week.
Whitney Taylor, a student in Brenda's class, sent the following letter to the radio station:
"Ms. Brenda Anderson is like the head of our family in class. She is the sweetest person you could ever want to meet. She always goes above & beyond to help her students & make sure they have everything they need for home & class. She is always positive & upbeat, & an inspiration to all of her students. We love her like a mother. She teaches high school & adult students in the Metro Technology Center Legal Office Class. She is our hero!!!!"

Congratulations Brenda!

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Two students from Metro Tech Law Enforcement Officer Prep program
were selected to attend the 41st Annual Cadet Lawman Academy in Burns Flat, and graduated from the program last week. The week-long program is available to Oklahoma high school students between their junior and senior year.

Kimberly Barerra, first-year Metro Tech student and Capitol Hill High School junior; and Lissa Valles, also a first-year Metro Tech student and Crooked Oak High School junior; were selected for the program based on an application process and recommendation from their teacher, Amanda Eastridge.

Cadet Lawman Academy gives selected high school seniors-to-be a first hand taste of what it takes to be a trooper with the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. The young men and women experience training in precision driving, traffic and boating law enforcement, firearm instruction, self-defense and law enforcement history. Activities include a tour of Oklahoma State Reformatory in Granite, a state prison that opened in 1910 which holds medium level security prisoners.
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