Powered by several key industry sectors, the Tulsa economy is growing. Thriving businesses in target areas like manufacturing, aerospace, information technology and transportation offer promising careers with immediate needs for skilled talent. However, many working adults are simply not aware of their job prospects locally or the educational and training requirements needed to advance their careers. To address this knowledge gap, the Tulsa Regional Chamber partnered with Virtual Job Shadow, a national career exploration service utilized by Tulsa Public Schools, to showcase career opportunities in northeast Oklahoma.

Preview jobs available in the Tulsa region by watching the videos, and sign up for a free Virtual Job Shadow account for access to the full video library.

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    Colleges, Universities and Technical Schools

    Going back to school doesn't mean starting at the beginning. A number of higher education institutions in the Tulsa area are committed to helping adult students complete their certification or degree by maximizing existing credit hours and offering fast track completion programs. Click here for a list of participating colleges and technical schools.

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    Most Recent Blog Post

    Tulsa joins national network to increase post-high school degree attainment

    March 5, 2015

    Tulsa is one of 20 cities joining Lumina Foundation’s nationwide Community Partnership for Attainment, which seeks to create and strengthen collaborative partnerships to increase postsecondary degree and certification attainment, the organization announced Thursday. As part of the 75-city partnership, Tulsa will receive technical assistance, targeted funding, planning tools and data, networking and professional development opportunities. Local efforts will be coordinated with the Tulsa Regional Chamber’s education and workforce division and numerous local partners. […]