The University of Central Oklahoma's Career Development Center welcomes you to recruit our talented students and alumni!
With more than 120 undergraduate majors and 78 graduate programs, UCO is a smart investment for students and is a great source for finding qualified professionals. Our department exists to facilitate the interactions and partnerships between students, faculty and external organizations.
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The Career Development Center hosts on-campus career fairs throughout the academic year to give employers easy access to Bronchos in every major. See an up-to-date list of our career fairs and events on Handshake or Upcoming Events
Interviews are held in a convenient, on-campus location. We provide assistance with monitoring your interviews from start to finish and aim to satisfy your specific hiring needs by tailoring your interview selections by major, program or degree. The most popular months for on-campus interviews are September-November and February-April, with the most popular days being Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
To request an interview schedule, log in to Handshake and click "Interviews" in the left navigation bar. access more info about on-campus interviews
The Career Development Center provides your organization with an opportunity to host a promotional table. Promotional tables are a convenient way for you to connect with UCO students to promote your company and build brand awareness.
In order to qualify for a promotional table, we ask your organization to post a job opportunity for UCO students on Handshake and to participate in a career fair or hold an on-campus interview. Please reserve your table two weeks before your desired date.
For any assistance with interviews or to reserve a table, contact the Career Development Center by calling 405-974-3346 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Central Oklahoma’s Student Transformative Learning Record (STLR) process prepares students to graduate with workplace-ready skills through both academic and non-academic experiences. Students' academic transcripts display their aptitude in their major, also known as Discipline Knowledge, and UCO's STLR Snapshot is like a second transcript that records students' growth and Transformative Learning across the five other UCO Central Six Tenets. Worldwide, employers agree all new hires need experience and skills in these areas, in addition to skills in a specific field, so they may fully contribute to the success of an organization from day one.