Services for Current Students and Alumni
Register with College Central Network, the Bulldog Job Board, to search for jobs targeted toward Southwestern Oklahoma State University students and alumni, upload your resume so that it can be viewed by employers, review your job search history, and receive e-mails about workshops, upcoming job fairs, on-campus interviews, and other related topics. To apply for on-campus employment, and to sign up for on-campus interviews you must register on the Bulldog Job Board. Registration is free.
Some Student On-Campus positions require you to apply by application. Complete the application, save it and upload it to the job board for approval.
The internet has a tremendous amount of information to help you research careers. A good place to start is by checking out our list of helpful websites. This list has been compiled to assist you in your career search.
Click here to receive helpful hints about preparing resumes and cover letters, the interview process, and career fair tips.
A convenient website that helps you connect majors with careers. Contains links with lists of websites that provide information about listed majors and related careers.
Students and Alumni who are certified to teach and are actively seeking a teaching position should register with the Career Services office to be placed on the Active Teachers List. The office will send the Active Teachers List to schools who are seeking teachers in a specific major, certification area or certification level. Please fill out the required form below and join our Active Teachers List. You can be removed from the list at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 580.774.3233.
If you are registered on our Active Teachers List and simply need to update your information, please call 580.774.3233 or email email@example.com.
Are you or were you a college athlete? Click here to register with Career Athletes and begin to network with other athletes, connect with employers, search career/internship opportunities, get career advice, maximize your student-athlete experience, and build your professional experience. Be a career athlete – approach your career like your sport!