Below is a collection of online resources to help you with your job search as you move from college into the “real world”.
A comprehensive employment resource designed to match students and job seekers with employers. Find a better position and better pay close to home just by completing a few simple, intuitive steps. Use the revolutionary technology to optimize your resume. Once your resume is optimized, OKJobMatch.com searches more than 16,000 websites, matching you with the right job opportunities throughout Oklahoma at no cost to you.
Hosted by Rogers State University Career Services, job seekers can search for opportunities targeted at RSU students and alumni. In addition, students and alumni can post resumes and apply for part-time jobs, on-campus jobs, full-time careers and internships through the site.
A non-profit organization dedicated to helping people with disabilities find employment.
The federal government’s official job site.
The largest collection of job listings in Tulsa.
Provides an inside look at company interview questions, salaries, and reviews for thousands of companies.
An in-depth guide to maximizing your professional reputation and enhancing your career search online utilizing the popular networking site LinkedIn.
Women For Hire:
This website offers a wide variety of career-related information and videos geared toward working women, and an online job board that helps leading employers connect with top-notch professional women in all fields.
In one search, Indeed gives students free access to millions of jobs and internships from thousands of job boards, newspaper classifieds and company websites.
Your online resource for discovering all that Oklahoma City has to offer recent graduates and young professionals including internships, job resources and local job market information.
Featured in the U.S. News & World Report and The New York Times, this job search engine identifies job openings directly from company sites and updates them automatically, often featuring positions that are otherwise not advertised.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, includes career exploration information, assessments, resume and cover letter advice, occupational information, and much more.
A vertical search engine that offers one of the largest online databases of career opportunities.
A free career community that empowers job seekers with jobs, reviews, and salaries, along with hundreds of great career advice articles.