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  • Cresha Redus
    commented 2018-09-13 13:48:09 -0500

    We are contacting as many partners as possible to express our appreciation for sharing Work Ready Oklahoma on their websites. Please know that effective October 15, 2018 we will no longer accept applications for the Ready To Work statewide program. It is our desire not to falsely advertise and we are trying to minimize as much confusion as possible. Again, we appreciate you all very much. Please let us know how we can assist you.

    Thank you very much!
  • Kirk Shrewsbury
    commented 2018-07-21 16:44:54 -0500
    Hello, Everyone.

    I am an electronics/software engineer. I have been away from Tulsa for about a decade, but have now returned home and am looking for employment. Can anyone tell me what companies in Tulsa employ electronics engineers?

    There used to be a job circuit in Tulsa that people would cycle around on every few years. I remember there were a lot of people who had worked at Telex, Lowrance, and Siesmograph Services.

    I just need a list of companies where I could go into HR and submit my resume. I have about 25 years of experience in electronics design and software development. In the past, I have done telecommunications, magnetic storage peripherals, distributed computing, and microprocessors, but am willing to learn whatever domain I can find a job in.

    Thanks, Kirk Shrewsbury
  • Cresha Redus
    commented 2017-11-30 13:28:33 -0600
    I failed to add how to check eligibility for the scholarship to receive Work Ready Oklahoma FREE services. You must be unemployed for 27 consecutive weeks or longer, among other criteria. Check your eligibility by going to www.apply.workreadyoklahoma.com.
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  • Cresha Redus
    commented 2017-11-30 13:25:57 -0600
    Know anyone who needs to finish their engineering degree or needs a certification? Work Ready Oklahoma can provide a scholarship. Here’s a video of a success story to help you learn more about how this FREE program can help – https://youtu.be/ytEsij2p9Ro. It is a grant so it will not be around much longer. Please help your family and friends become aware of this awesome resource.
  • Raymond Gatlin
    commented 2015-12-04 22:03:16 -0600
    Part of the mission of the Engineers’ Society of Tulsa is to support STEM. What better way than to partner with Union HighSchool’s Ubotics | Team 3507? Today we spoke to their team about engineering as a profession and gave them a donation.

    Now we need engineers to mentor these students in Jan & Feb as they design and build their robots. It is hands off, they just need advice and a little direction. Email PresidentOfEST@gmail.com to volunteer.


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  • Raymond Gatlin
    commented 2015-08-12 22:19:34 -0500
    The University of Tulsa Continuing Education for Science & Engineering


    PE Mechanical Engineering Exam Review Course

    Date: August 29 – October 17, 2015 (no class on September 5th)

    Time: Saturday Mornings * 9:00 am – 12:00 noon

    Where: The University of Tulsa Campus, Keplinger Hall

    Instructors: Dr. Siamack Shirazi and Dr. John Shadley

    This review course helps Practicing Mechanical Engineers prepare for the P.E. Exam – Mechanical Section.

    There will be demonstrations of solution methods and practices on typical problems from recent exams.

    The provided notes help prepare you for the exam.

    You will have the ability to discuss problems with other engineers preparing to take the exam.

    Plus, you will have availability to experts – the instructors!

    There’s still time to sign up!

    Online: http://www.cese.utulsa.edu/programdetail.php?ID=137

    Email: cese@utulsa.edu

    Call: 918-631-3088

    The University of Tulsa

    Continuing Education for Science & Engineering

    800 S. Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104
  • Raymond Gatlin
    commented 2015-08-12 22:01:47 -0500
    EST’s board had a nice presentation and demonstration from the Union FRC Team Ubotics 3507. What a great group of students who take a robot from scratch to concept to competition ready in only 6 weeks during the school year. We were impressed and knew our membership would be too. They need sponsors and mentors to help with the build.

  • Raymond Gatlin
    commented 2015-07-29 12:15:30 -0500

    The Oklahoma State Department of Education has announced the availability of grants to new and existing FIRST Robotics Teams at all Oklahoma Public Schools. A Grant of $5000 will be available to new teams and grants of lesser amounts will be awarded to existing teams both of which will be awarded on a competitive basis.

    Details of the grants and applications may be found at the Oklahoma State Department of Education Website. See www.ok.gov/sde and search for “FIRST Robotics Grants.”

    Two Information Meetings are scheduled for anyone (teachers, administrators, parents, students, etc) interested in obtaining information on starting a new team. One Meeting is at Memorial High School in Tulsa on August 8 and the other is at Edmond Santa Fe High School in Edmond on August 15. Additional details are also available on the above Website.

    Additional information is available by contacting Dr. Jack Sellers at sellersj@swbell.net or 918-691-3285 or Mr. Harold Holley at hholley5@suddenlink.net or 405-747-6463.