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  • Career Pathways
    Initiatives to build and strengthen pathways from education and training into rewarding careers.
  • Launch Oklahoma
    In 2014, only 40.1% of Oklahoma's workforce had a degree, certificate or high quality credential. However, projections show that 70% of Oklahoma's jobs will require some education or training beyond high school by 2025. To address this skills gap, the state 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.
  • Military/Veteran Resources
    Find resources to connect service members, veterans and their families with education, training and employment.
  • OKCollegeStart
    Online platform to assist Oklahomans in planning education and training paths, researching career paths, and learning about assistance available to pay for college.
  • Oklahoma Career Guide
    Oklahoma Career Guide is an easy online tool for all Oklahoma students, adults, veterans, parents, educators and employers to explore and guide their future. You can take assessments, identify occupations, establish education plans and, ultimately, connect to employers.
  • Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education
    The Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education provides leadership and resources and assures standards of excellence for a comprehensive statewide system of career and technology education. The system offers programs and services in 29 technology center districts operating on 58 campuses, 395 comprehensive school districts, 16 Skills Centers campuses that include three juvenile facilities and 31 Adult Basic Education service providers.
  • Oklahoma Department of Human Services
    Check eligibility and apply for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, SoonerCare, child care and other resources from the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. You may also use this web site to renew your eligibility for SNAP, SoonerCare or Child Care.
  • Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services
    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.
  • Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs
    Provides Oklahoma Veterans the highest quality support and care; including assistance in obtaining education and job-training benefits.
  • Oklahoma Employment Security Commission
    The Oklahoma Employment Security Commission works to: match jobs and workers to increase efficiency in labor markets; provide unemployment compensation to support unemployed workers; prepare a skilled workforce by aligning their skills to labor market needs; and gather, analyze and disseminate labor market information.
  • Oklahoma Health Care Authority
    OHCA provides access to quality health care for qualified Oklahomans through SoonerCare (Oklahoma Medicaid) and Insure Oklahoma.
  • Oklahoma Works
    Oklahoma Works is designed to increase the wealth of all Oklahoma through facilitating quality employment for workers and ready availability of highly skilled talent for business and industry. Oklahoma Works' strategic priorities are coordinated by the Governor's Council for Workforce and Economic Development.
  • Registered Apprenticeship Programs
    Active registered apprenticeship programs located throughout Oklahoma.
  • Work-Based Learning
    Work-based learning, including apprenticeships and internships, offer Oklahomans the opportunity to earn a wage while learning valuable professional skills. Apprenticeships and internships also benefit employers by providing the opportunity to develop their ideal workforce and train for specific skills they need. To expand work-based learning opportunities and increase education and training attainment among Oklahoma's workforce, the state established Earn and Learn Oklahoma, a goal to increase the number of registered apprenticeships and internships in the state to 20,000 per year by 2020.