Post Jobs & Hire MNTC Grads!
Join 800+ other local employers who actively recruit our students!
Moore Norman Technology Center's Employment Services Office can help your organization reach the job candidates you want, generate awareness of available jobs at your site, and can effectively help you meet potential candidates early in their career decision process.
Through our Career Connection program, we are able to connect you with our program instructors, job-seeking students, and graduates!
- Post a Job or Internship for Free
- Recruit at Job Fairs
- Participate in a Mock Interview Day
- Sponsor MNTC's Career Portfolio Contest!
- Join a Program Advisory Committee
Connect with students and alumni at our industry specific fairs geared towards specific career areas. These events are not only a great way to recruit qualified candidates seeking part-time, full-time and work-based learning opportunities,they also allow you to promote and maintain your company's brand on-campus.
Searching for your next best employee?
Participating in one of MNTC's Mock Interview Days is a wonderful opportunity to meet prospective students, promote your company, connect and network with faculty and build relationships throughout Moore, Norman, and parts of Oklahoma City.
Portfolios are a great way for a student to showcase their best work to potential employers!
Students will have the opportunity to create a resume and compile it with academic information, work samples, work-based learning history and any other documents that reflect their accomplishments into a single portfolio. This portfolio can be entered in the Career Portfolio Scholarship Contest to win one of three scholarships valued at $500, $300, and $200.
One of the most effective ways of providing a link between the community, employers and the technology center is through career program advisory committees. MNTC has 30+ career programs you can participate in as an employer.
Advisory committees are essential to the successful initiation of technical and/or occupational programs, and they play an important role in guiding, strengthening, and improving existing programs.