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Rachel Poling, a Choctaw High School senior and Pre-Engineering Program student at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center, was nominated for the Oklahoma Career Tech Equity Council's Breaking Tradition Award. The award recognizes students who are in a program that is considered nontraditional for their gender. [PHOTO PROVIDED]
Rachel Poling, a Choctaw High School senior and Pre-Engineering Program student at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center, was nominated for the Oklahoma Career Tech Equity Council's Breaking Tradition Award. The award recognizes students who are in a program that is considered nontraditional for their gender. [PHOTO PROVIDED]

Three Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center students have been nominated for Oklahoma Career Tech Equity Council's Breaking Tradition Award.

Those nominated included Danielle Memoli, a senior at Harrah High School and HVAC program student; Emily Rodriguez, a pre-engineering program student; and Rachel Poling, a Choctaw High School senior and pre-engineering program student.

The Oklahoma Career Tech Equity Council's Breaking Tradition Award recognizes students who are in a program that is considered nontraditional for their gender.

To be considered for this column, please email achievement announcements and photos to LLynn@Oklahoman.com.

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<strong>Emily Rodriguez, a Pre-Engineering Program student at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center, was nominated for the Oklahoma Career Tech Equity Council's Breaking Tradition Award. [PHOTO PROVIDED</strong>

Emily Rodriguez, a Pre-Engineering Program student at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center, was nominated for the Oklahoma Career Tech Equity Council's Breaking Tradition Award. [PHOTO PROVIDED

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