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Support Student Workforce Development
OU IT offers a unique, real-world professional experience for undergraduate and graduate students attending the University of Oklahoma. No matter the major, students can apply and interview for the OU IT Internship Program. Those who qualify have access to structured training in high demand career skills valued by corporate partners. The program also gives these students opportunities to practice what they are learning at OU by gaining real work experience on campus projects in a true team environment with OU IT’s full-time staff.
See more information here about our competetive OU IT internship experiences.
Casey was one of our senior graphic design interns who worked primarily on motion graphics for OU IT’s Marketing & Communications Team. She graduated in May 2017 and moved to Seattle, Washington to begin her career. She said the best thing about her internship with OU IT was the opportunity to work with a group of students in her major, share designs, challenges, and watch her peers discover their own personal style!
Benefits of Becoming an OU IT Partner
- Provide input on the career skills students need.
- Provide key insight to help guide the types of internships we invest in.
- Engage your employees through OU IT’s Student Mentorship Program.
- Recruit OU’s best and brightest from our program for onsite internships.
- Access our pipeline of students for existing and emerging full-time positions.
- Build a long-term, reciprical relationship with the University.
- Help develop the workforce of the future!
|Program Guest||Individual Contributor||$1,000|
|Bronze Partner||1 Semester: Sponsor||$2,500|
|Siilver Partner||1 Semester: Featured Sponsor||$5,000|
|Gold Partner||2 Semesters: Named Internship||$10,000|
|Platinum Partner||Program Sponsor: Multiple Named Internships||Over $10,000|
“OU IT’s focus with this program is on communication and coordination with potential employers. We work to develop competency-based curriculum and hands-on project experiences that will complement a student’s academic studies. The result? Young professionals who are more workforce-ready upon graduation.”
Jeralyn Woodall, Assistant Vice President and Chief Talent Officer