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About OKCareerPlanner.com

Learn about industries, occupations, salaries, shifting demand, job openings, Oklahoma opportunities, education and training, and much more. And link to Oklahoma Career Information System (OKCIS) tools to assess your skills and interests, evaluate education and training opportunities, plan courses, find financial aid, create resumes, and, of course, much more. If you have questions about what you see on the site please contact David Crow.

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No login is needed to explore OKCareerPlanner.com. You do need a login, however, to store resumes, results of career assessments and other personal information in OKCIS. See the OKCIS page to learn how to get login credentials.

OKCareerPlanner.com is sponsored by the Governor's Council for Workforce and Economic Development. Formerly known as GrowOklahoma.com, it remains part of the Council's overall Grow Oklahoma Campaign

If you had an account with GrowOklahoma.com, your information is not lost. The files are not compatible with OKCIS, but you can still view the information, print it, and continue to work with it at OKCollegeStart.org.

Career Management 101

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Getting Started, which gives career management tips and resources for parents, students, new employees, those ready to change careers, and aspiring entrepreneurs.

Grow Oklahoma Campaign

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More information about the Grow Oklahoma Campaign and how it came to be. Learn more about the Grow Oklahoma plan, the businesses and organizations that are involved, and how you can stay informed about progress.

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News & Events about Oklahoma's growing businesses, industry trends, upcoming career fairs, new university programs, training programs, and more.

 

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