For OTC construction technology students, the words “sustainability” and “eco-friendly” are more than just buzzwords ─ they are construction industry standards. “We need to be smart about how we build,” said Jamie Reeder, a Career Center student at OTC. “We are…
It’s a good thing that Delilah DeRosa paid close attention when the subject of seizure care was discussed in her OTC Career Center Health Science class.
Not long after that section of the class was discussed, Delilah had to put her knowledge to use helping a student back at her high school after he suffered a seizure during class.
Delilah is a junior in the OTC Career Center. The Career Center allows high school students to take classes in technical education for half a day at OTC and spend half of the day in classes at their home high school.
Kyle Houston knew he wanted to be a chef when he was just a youngster watching his grandmother make rolls at 6 in the morning.
But it wasn’t until he came to the OTC Career Center as a senior at Republic High School that he was able to change his dream into reality.
“I was going to go to some of the bigger schools, but I came to the realization, after training through the Career Center, that OTC had pretty much everything the others had to offer, so it was pretty much a no-brainer,” he said.