Post a Job Opening With a College or University
Connect with college students and alumni by creating an employer profile on Handshake, an all-in-one early talent recruiting platform used by most Oklahoma institutions. Through Handshake, your organization can post jobs with campus career services offices and engage candidates to build your workforce.
Join the Roster: Businesses Offering Employer Tuition Assistance for Higher Education
Our website features a roster of Oklahoma’s businesses, agencies, and organizations that provide a tuition assistance benefit to help employees pay for higher education. Does your company provide a higher education benefit for employees that can be used at an Oklahoma public college or university? To add your business to our online listing, complete our brief survey.
OK Higher Ed Connect
We offer an online searchable database of business resources available from Oklahoma’s public colleges and universities, and you can access an overview of business support services by institution or explore campus service options. Visit okhighered.org/econ-dev/business-services to learn more.
Workforce Projection Data: 2021-30
The Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development released 2021-30 workforce projection data for Oklahoma’s "100 Critical Occupations." By 2030, more than half of Oklahoma’s 100 critical occupations and the top 29 highest-paying critical occupations will require an associate degree or higher. Visit our workforce data page for more information.
Unlock the full potential of your workforce with UpskillOK micro-credentials. Collaborate with Oklahoma colleges and universities to offer a customized fast-track to upskill current employees or create a new talent pipeline tailored to your industry needs. Use our searchable talent directory to find candidates already equipped with the skills to help you grow your business. Visit UpskillOK.org for more information and access a printable flyer (PDF, 251k) for your work site.
Reach Out to Our Colleges and Universities
Connect today with leadership at our public research universities, regional universities, public liberal arts university, and community colleges to discuss your workforce needs and the many ways public higher education can help meet them.
- Contact a college or university president.
- Contact a college or university economic development liaison.