Since 1973, Pioneer Technology Center has been serving Kay County and now Osage County by providing high-tech educational opportunities for adults, high school students and area businesses.
Enhancing Lives, Securing Futures
To be the Preferred and Most Trusted Resource for Workforce and Business Development
People / Innovation / Character / Learning / Economic Development
• Fostering relationships with students/clients, stakeholders and workforce
• Providing high quality programs and services
• Nurturing opportunities for collaboration and innovation
• Maintaining efficient, ethical and fiscally responsible management of resources
Develop Growth Opportunities
Pioneer Technology Center offers career and technical education training opportunities without regard to race, color, national origin, sex/gender, age, religion, disability or veteran status. Training is available in the areas of Architecture & Construction; Health Science; Hospitality & Tourism; Human Services; Information Technology; Manufacturing; Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics; and Transportation, Distribution & Logistics. All individuals wishing to enroll in a full-time training program must provide evidence satisfying the program minimum academic requirements or undergo a free assessment to evaluate his/her skill level in the areas of reading, mathematics, and writing. The assessment process also includes an interest inventory. For Inquiries concerning the application of this policy contact either Wendy Burg, WendyB@pioneertech.edu (580) 718-4308 or Allison Christy, AllisonC@pioneertech.edu (580) 718-4224, Compliance Officers/Title IX Coordinators, or Lori Evans, LoriE@pioneertech.edu (580) 718-4313, 504/ADA Coordinator.