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Career Readiness

This page collects resources for career exploration and development. The Student Success Center offers regular courses and workshops to help students explore, prepare for, and launch meaningful and successful careers. Watch our social media for information on upcoming opportunities! 

Career Readiness in the Dodge Family College of Arts and Sciences

In the Dodge Family College of Arts and Sciences, it is important to us that our students feel prepared for their post-graduation journey. We offer a variety of in-house resources for our students to utilize while they are here. This includes the services offered by the Student Success Center (workshops, one-on-one meetings with the director, events, etc.) and our CAS 3091 - Career Planning for Arts and Sciences Students course.


CAS - 3091 is a 1 credit hour course that is offered multiple times throughout the academic year; fall, spring, and sometimes summer. The course is offered in online and in-person modalities. The course objective is to impower students in the College of Arts and Sciences to determine personal career goals, explore career opportunities beyond graduation, develop a strategy for the job search process, and improve job search techniques as life-long resource tools. This is accomplished by bringing the career readiness resources to the students in the classroom setting, i.e. how to use Handshake, how to create an elevator pitch, how to properly format a resume and cover letter, how to effectively apply for jobs, etc. Students are encouraged to speak with their advisor if they are interested in taking this course.  


OU Career Center

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. 

The Dodge Family College of Arts and Sciences is lucky enough to have two wonderful Career Advisors, Lindsey Mastin and Stephanie Joseph. Lindsey and Stephanie are available for one-on-one consultations, and are working hard every day to help students navigate internships, job applications, interviews, and hiring.

Lindsey Mastin

Lindsey Mastin

Assistant Director, Career Advising


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Stephanie Joseph

Assistant Director, Career Advising


Career Center Resources

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Public Job Boards

Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits
Federal Government Jobs
State Government Jobs (Oklahoma)
City Government Jobs (Norman, OK)
Teamwork Online – Jobs in Sports Industries
NCAA Job Market – Collegiate Sports Jobs 
Higher Education Jobs – University/College Jobs 
Conservation Job Board - Find Conservation and Environmental Jobs 

Networking Resources

Employers strongly recommend that graduating students put together a strong profile on This launches your professional identity and puts you on the radar of potential employers. 

  • Search for Company/Organization
  • On their page, select the people tab, search University of Oklahoma and see if they have alumni or former OU employees working there.
  • Connect with them! Send a message to chat via phone/Zoom

OU Connection

  • Connect with fellow graduates, look for mentorship or pioneers in your field.
  • Give back by listing job opportunities or mentoring graduating students.
  • Expand your professional network.

OU Alumni Clubs

  • OU Alumni Clubs are in every state and across the globe
  • Connect with the club president or club member via their social media channels or email.
  • Sooners always want to help other Sooners!

Graduate School Resources

If you don’t find what you are looking for in the links above, please reach out to us at for individual questions and consultations. We love to hear from you!