Pioneer Tech Students Place at State BPA Competition

Mike Seals - March 24, 2021 10:21 pm

Business Information Technology Education (BITE) students from Pioneer Technology Center received awards from the State BPA convention this month.

Alex Cope, from Tonkawa, on the right was awarded second place in Information Technology Concepts and Raychell Beshirs, from Newkirk, pictured on the left received second place in Computer Network Technology.

Both individuals will be competing at the national level.

Originally it was supposed to be in Orlando, FL, but due to Covid-19, the convention is virtual this year.

For more information about the BITE program and other services offered at Pioneer Tech call 580-762-8336 or visit


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