If you’re considering a career change, or just trying to break into the job market, use these resources to learn more about your options and find jobs and training programs in your community.
Find a Career
Find employment opportunities in Oklahoma, all gathered in one place. Browse listings, or post your resumé to get matched with employers looking for people with your skills and qualifications. Start your Oklahoma job search at OKJobMatch.com.
Get help finding a job in your local community through the Workforce Oklahoma network.
Browse the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission’s comprehensive list of scheduled job fairs and hiring events.
A statewide map of workforce center locations.
A list of workforce center locations grouped by County, Local Area, KEN, and Planning Region.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Provides the first comprehensive data on costs and student outcomes at many postsecondary institutions in the United States.
Provides Federal student aid information and outreach tools for counselors, college access professionals, nonprofit mentors, and others.
Various apprenticeships available across Oklahoma.
Watch this video to learn more about the 22 apprenticeship and training facilities in Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development offers a variety of information on apprenticeship opportunities offered through the US Department of Labor.
Education and Training
Plan your education, research career paths and learn about paying for college.
Search for schools and other training providers by ZIP code.
Oklahoma's degree completion program.
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education consider an adult student anyone who is 25 years or older, but we also recognize that students of any age may carry adult responsibilities such as parenthood or full-time employment.
Complete College America (CCA) is the most comprehensive and ambitious higher education initiative ever undertaken by the state of Oklahoma.
ACT's National Career Readiness Certificate is a portable credential that offers proof of workplace employability skills in Applied Mathematics, Locating Information and Reading for Information.
Oklahoma CareerTech’s 29 technology centers on 59 campuses across the state provide individuals with the training and skills necessary to be successful in the workplace and provide companies with the required workforce necessary to compete globally.
A robust online career development education system customized for Oklahoma and supported by Oklahoma CareerTech. The OK Career Guide system offers users of all ages exciting new ways to explore careers, pathways and education opportunities in Oklahoma and beyond.