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Accessibility and Diverse Communities

Our team understands each student has unique opportunities and challenges in the job or internship search. We hope to provide every student at the University of Oklahoma with the care, advice, and support they deserve. Find some resources below for a variety of diverse populations that make up the Sooner Family. 

ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT

OU Career Services is committed to accommodating the diverse needs of the student body. If you or someone you know requires an accommodation for a disability in order to fully access the format, materials, or presentation of our resources, please reach out to us at oucs@ou.edu so we can explore potential options. Students with disabilities may also wish to work with the Accessibility and Disability Resource Center to discuss a range of options for removing potential barriers at the Career Center, including official accommodations.

For students without access to technology (personal computer, lack of bandwidth, etc.), Career Services is able to accomdate certain needs in person. Appointments can be made over the phone by calling (405) 325-1974. If you don't have access to a personal computer, we are able to meet with students in-person in a safe, socially distanced environment at the Oklahoma Memorial Union.

For students in need of a place to conduct a virtual interview, our Virtual Interview room is open and available for students as a safe and quiet place to conduct a virtual interview without the need of a personal computer.

If you are not able to meet with an adviser during normal drop-in hours, please reach out to us by phone or email at oucs@ou.edu to schedule an appointment during a time that works for you.

 

ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT

OU Career Services is committed to accommodating the diverse needs of the student body. If you or someone you know requires an accommodation for a disability in order to fully access the format, materials, or presentation of our resources, please reach out to us at oucs@ou.edu so we can explore potential options. Students with disabilities may also wish to work with the Accessibility and Disability Resource Center to discuss a range of options for removing potential barriers at the Career Center, including official accommodations.

  • ImDiversity.com - Dedicated to providing career and self-development information to all minorities, specifically African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, and women. The goal of IMDiversity.com is to provide you with access to the largest database of equal opportunity employers committed to workplace diversity.
  • Corporate Minority - Free career resource platform dedicated to providing minority groups helpful and essential resources needed to succeed in the professional world.
  • Diversity Jobs - Source for diversity jobs, recruiting/hiring minority executives, managers, and professionals.
  • Black Enterprise - Premier business news source for African Americans since 1970. Provides key business information for researching companies as well as position searching platform. It also featured B.E.s 100. The top 100 black-owned/managed businesses. They have them divided by industry and the newer organizations to the list.
  • Div2000.com/Muticultural eBusiness Solutions - Career development website that posts jobs and internships for large corporations and small businesses. Emphasis upon companies that value diversity recruitment. It provides job-searching capabilities.
  • Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) - Develops initiatives for the educational advancement of Hispanic college students and provides opportunities in professional and managerial positions.
  • Minority Professional Network Career Resources - Career Development and enhancement resources for minorities including job postings, resume development, and career events.