Oklahoma Works Celebrates Workforce Development Month
Each September, states across the country join efforts to celebrate National Workforce Development Month. This year we’re going virtual as we highlight successful efforts to support job seekers and employers in building a strong talent pipeline. In the coming weeks, we’ll be hosting a number of hiring events, trainings, and informational sessions, as well as recognizing the successes of Oklahoma Works alumni.
When August began, roughly 123,000 Oklahomans were receiving unemployment benefits and many were forced to permanently leave the job market due to economic or family circumstances. More than ever, the services and resources available through our Oklahoma Works American Job Centers are vital to a strong economic recovery. This includes access to effective workforce education and training programs that support workers in obtaining living wage jobs.
Throughout September, join us in celebrating successful workforce development activities and the professionals who make them happen. Tune in to our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts all month long to learn more about our state’s workforce services and resources.
Remaining Workforce Development Month Events:
Sept. 25: Skillful Talent Series 101: Attracting the Right Talent and 102: Candidate Evaluation, Tulsa
Sept. 29: Skillful Talent Series 101: Attracting the Right Talent, webinar
Sept. 30: OKMilitaryConnection Virtual Hiring Event
Oklahoma Works American Job Center Virtual Open House
- Career and Training Services
- Adult Basic Education and High School Equivalency Services
- Unemployment and Reemployment Services
- Vocational Rehabilitation and Services for People with Disabilities
Governor Stitt’s Workforce Development Month Proclamation
Visit your local Oklahoma Works American Job Center
Connect with your Local Workforce Development Board
Rapid Response resources for Oklahomans who have lost their jobs