The University of Oklahoma Career Center is a one-stop shop dedicated to helping students and alumni with career preparation. From career fairs to personalized advising and everything in-between, the Career Center exists to help get you hired - Sooner. We are committed to helping students begin their academic career with their professional goals in mind.
During your time as a student at OU, have you completed an internship and/or accepted an upcoming internship for the future? If so, please fill out this short survey? The data we gather is used to create reports about internship offers summarized by location, industry, and college/major. The information you report to us is completely confidential (including salary data) and we only record information by your major (your name is never released). This information is beneficial for current and future OU students to understand where opportunities are available for their major(s).
Handshake is a career management platform that intuitively connects you to relevant job opportunities based on your profile, interests, and search activity. Through Handshake, you can apply for positions, explore companies and connections, and sign up for career fairs and workshops all in one place. To access Handshake on the go, download the app!
There are lots of career-related resources out there, but Handshake is your hub for all things Career Center. Activate your account with your OU 4x4 today.
Do you have a virtual interview coming up? The Career Center has you covered. Log in to your Handshake account to reserve a quiet space for your upcoming interview.
To book your space, click "Career Center" in your Handshake account, then click "Appointments." Follow the booking module to secure a professional location for your virtual interview. We've got the technology - all you need to bring is your A-game.
Our sponsorship program partners with organizations to meet their needs, increase their visibility on campus to students, and partner with the Career Center to enhance its delivery of services to OU students.