Indian Capital Technology Center
Indian Capital Technology Center (ICTC) is a technical school affiliated with the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education. Indian Capital is headquartered in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Services are provided to secondary students, post-secondary students, adults in upgrading skills, and on-the-job trainees.
Board of Education
ICTC is governed by a five member Board of Education. Each member is elected from and to represent one of the five electoral districts of the ICTC School District. As of 2010, the President of the Board is Budo Perry of Fort Gibson.
Campuses are located in:
The Sequoyah Constitutional Convention met in Muskogee, on August 21, 1905. The convention met to discuss the creation of the new State of Sequoyah which was to be a state under Native American constitution and rule. Muskogee was to be the capital.
The National Technical Honor Society has an active chapter on this campus.