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At $8 an hour, it is never too early for you to get ahead in a career that will pay dividends for years to come. Through the Cooperative Alliance Program you can begin to pave your way to success through Oklahoma's CareerTech System before graduating high school!

As a student involved in the Cooperative Alliance Program, you will get a leg up before entering the competitive workforce. You will gain the necessary training and education that will make you an important part in tomorrow’s technology based economy.

How Do You Enroll?

Once you've decided taking Alliance courses is the right choice for you, it's easy to enroll:

Talk to our MSC/Technology Center Facilitator at our Cooperative Alliance Technology Centers about the Career Major options that most interest you.

Talk to your high school or technology center counselor to find out how Alliance courses will fit your academic schedule.

A series of Cooperative Alliance Agreements allows you to study in specified programs or courses at area career technology centers.  As an enrolled student, you can receive college credit toward an Associate of Applied Science Degree awarded by the college.  Some classes offered do not complete a degree but you can receive college credit.

If you are a junior or a senior high school student who qualifies with a 2.5 GPA or a 15 ACT Plan score, you can enroll concurrently while in high school.  Adult students can also enroll.

The contact information for area Career Technology Centers aligned with Murray State College are:



Pontotoc Technology Center - Ada, OK






Red River Technology Center - Duncan, OK  




Southern Oklahoma Technology Center - Ardmore, OK




Kiamichi Technology Center - Atoka and Durant, OK


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