Connect with the resources your community needs. Find workforce system data products and training materials.
The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services expands opportunities for employment, independent life and economic self-sufficiency by helping Oklahomans with disabilities bridge barriers to success in the workplace, at school and at home.
Check eligibility and apply for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, SoonerCare, child care and other resources from the Oklahoma Department of Human Services.
Connect disabled members of your community to assistive technology.
The Oklahoma Health Care Authority (OHCA) provides access to quality health care for qualified Oklahomans through SoonerCare (Oklahoma Medicaid) and Insure Oklahoma. Learn more about who qualifies and how to apply.
Advancing technology across Oklahoma
Oklahoma's higher education system is committed to growing Oklahoma businesses as well as recruiting companies to the state.
At ODVA our mission is to provide Oklahoma Veterans the highest quality support and care; including assistance in obtaining education and job-training benefits.
The OESC is a United States Department of Labor (USDOL) funded agency dedicated to providing quality service and assistance to Oklahoma businesses and job seekers.
Training & Resources
Move your community toward workforce system integration and certification with the resources and information available here.
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce is the primary economic development entity in the state. Read about incentives, business and community resources, Oklahoma’s quality of life and more.
When a community or region earns Work Ready certification they can assure employers of the quality of their workforce.
This division of Oklahoma CareerTech provides technical assistance to local Adult Education and Literacy programs, assists with professional development activities for Adult Education teachers, and monitors Adult Education classes and GED Testing Centers. Lifelong Learning offers basic skill instruction for educationally disadvantaged adults.
MyRide is a One-Click/One-Call Clearinghouse of Oklahoma's public transportation resources.
MyRide cannot pay for a ride or schedule a ride, but it is a good place to start when you are looking for a ride.
Overview of the Oklahoma Works program: A Blueprint for Success
The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program enables rural Oklahoma communities to finance a variety of public infrastructure and economic improvements and helps promote job growth as a result of these improvements.
Information from the Fall 2016 STEM Workshops
Oklahoma Works Conference
Presentations from the 2016 Oklahoma Works Conference
Key Economic Networks (KENs)
Recent survey of employers by OMES.
Data & Statistics
See the latest detailed labor market statistics for the state of Oklahoma.
View a county-by-county map of Oklahoma’s eight workforce development boards.
Locate your local Oklahoma Works Center and get help finding local employees who are ready to work for you.
Workforce & economic development data from the State Regents for Higher Education.
One of the purposes of the planning regions is to foster partnerships necessary to reduce costs and meet the training needs of our workforce and will allow WIOA resources to be more effectively and efficiently managed.
The Central Oklahoma Planning Region is comprised of nine counties: Canadian, Cleveland, Hughes, Lincoln, Logan, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, Pottawatomie, and Seminole.
The Northeast Oklahoma Planning Region is comprised of eighteen counties: Adair, Cherokee, Craig, Creek, Delaware, Mayes, McIntosh, Muskogee, Nowata, Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Pawnee, Rogers, Sequoyah, Tulsa, Wagoner, and Washington.
Presentation about Planning Regions from recent statewide workshop by Rick Maher
Oklahoma has set an ambitious goal of having 70% of Oklahoma’s workforce, 25-64 years-old, having education or training beyond high school by the year 2025, including post-secondary degrees, certificates and other high quality credentials.