Jobs

Your portfolio must be polished and ready to go!

Many jobs are posted on the announcements page and/or Twitter. Serious job-seekers should be actively marketing work via social networking and on community forums. In addition to regular employment, special projects and internships, paid and/or non-paid opportunities are a great ways to prove your skills and should be considered. Below are links to additional job postings. Some may require you to set up an account and/or register.

FT College Central Database of jobs

  • Upload your resume
  • Select the shaded Register link. (Student or Alumni button)
  • ACCESS ID: Enter your first and last initials then your student ID # (ab213422)
  • PASSWORD:Date of Birth (mmddyyyy)
  • Complete the registration being sure to complete everything with an * The information you provide will be used to determine how well you match up with available job opportunities. Be as complete and as accurate as possible.
  • You can select more than one job location, if desired and as many of the job interests as apply
  • Work Status must be selected as well as Degree type and Major. Use only majors for which you are currently working on, or have prior credentials to support.
  • Go to My Home Page link. All services that are available to you can be accessed from this page.
  • Your new contacts for CCN are Kathy Hart and Gabi Garza.

Indeed

PRSA – Oklahoma City Job Listings

OKC Ad Club Job Listings

e-Lance jobs

Guru jobs

Mediabistro – requires you to set up a free account

Studiodaily.com job board

  • Create a JobSeeker Account

Craig’s List (Oklahoma City area; you wish need to broaden your search)

  • Try the following categories:
  • Art/Media/Design
  • TV/Film/Video
  • Web/Info Design

Direct Employers Association created Job Central National Labor Exchange, an alternative to commercial job boards, to increase labor market efficiency and decrease recruiting costs.

Oklahoma Career Information System | See instructor or Blackboard for account information

Monster

Dice

Career Builder
Additionally, many of the forums you are encouraged to join also have job boards.
Social networking is also a great way to make contacts.