OSTC-SE News

Students working in culinary and construction  wearing face masks after return to face to face instruction

As of Jan. 19, students are back at OSTC-SE! Nine of our programs have returned to face-to-face instruction. Four days a week, students arrive, take off their coats, and hop right into the labs for the hands-on learning our campus is suited for. Each program is conducting interesting, action-oriented lessons aimed at preparing students for careers and post-secondary education.

 

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Picture of Faith Quevedo

Second year Health Sciences and Madison Heights student Faith Quevedo has recently received some game-changing news. Through hard work and academic achievement, she earned a scholarship toward a bachelors degree at Michigan State University, in human biology with a minor in pre-medicine studies. The scholarship will cover her tuition, as well as room and board, for four years at MSU.  

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Mr. Smitka - Michigan Teacher of the Year Nominee

On Nov. 24, 2020, our Engineering, Robotics, & Mechatronics instructor Steve Smitka received a letter from Governor Whitmer informing and congratulating him for being nominated for the 2021-2022 Michigan Teacher of the Year. Just recently Mr. Smitka learned of the very exciting news that he is among the candidates who have been chosen to advance to Part B of the selection process.  

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