Community Partners

We work with many partners across our community to ensure that job seekers have the support they need and that employers have the employees they need to be competitive. Please click on the links below to be directed to our partners' websites, if available.

 

  • Bixby Metro Chamber of Commerce
  • Bridges Foundation - The Bridges Foundation showcases the strengths, capabilities and talents of each individual served. By assisting each person in the attainment of their individual goals, self-sufficiency increases, positively impacting the entire community landscape. Clients receive services based upon their own abilities through any of three employment programs: The Outsource Center, Community Work Groups or Individual Placement. Clients can also receive individual assistance from our Living Skills Program which provides ongoing education in reading, math, social and living skills.
  • Bristow Housing Authority  
  • Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce and Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation
  • Broken Arrow Public Schools
  • Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO)CEO offers comprehensive employment services exclusively for people with criminal records. CEO’s model is based on a highly structured program of life skill educationshort-term paid transitional employmentfull-time job placement, and post-placement services.
  • Central Technology Center
  • Cherokee Nation Career Services - The mission of the Career Services Group is to develop and encourage individuals to achieve and maintain work habits and skills that promote employability and self-sufficiency through programs encompassing education, training, rehabilitation and supportive services.
  • Community Action Project of Tulsa County - The largest anti-poverty agency in Oklahoma, CAP Tulsa empowers low-income families with the education and tools they need to break the cycle of poverty. CAP Tulsa provides the support and guidance with early childhood education and comprehensive programming for the entire family.
  • Community Service Council - The Council's mission is to provide leadership for community-based planning and mobilization of resources to best meet health and human service needs.
  • Dress for Success Tulsa - Dress for Success Tulsa is a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to empowering women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. 
  • Gatesway Foundation - Gatesway is a non-profit Oklahoma agency that provides opportunities for individuals with intellectual disabilities.  Since 1963, Gatesway has provided opportunities for independence to thousands of people with intellectual disabilities in Northeastern and Central Oklahoma, through a full array of residential and vocational options.  By adapting to the needs of those they serve, Gatesway has remained on the cutting edge in offering innovative services to their clients.  The Gatesway goal is to assure that the people they serve acquire the life skills, vocational skills and social skills necessary to help them live and work as independently as possible and become a vital part of their community.
  • Goodwill Industries of Tulsa - Goodwill Industries is a network of over 200 community-based, autonomous member organizations worldwide that serves people with workplace disadvantages and disabilities by providing job training and employment services.
  • Indian Nations Council of Governments 
  • Junior Achievement - Junior Achievement is a partnership between the business community and educators to help young people connect with relevant learning and understand the importance of staying in school. Junior Achievement programs are volunteer-delivered and focus on students grades kindergarten-12th.  Programs foster work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills, and use experiential learning to inspire students to dream big and reach their potential.
  • Margaret HudsonThe Margaret Hudson Program provides academic opportunities to pregnant and parenting adolescents in grades 6 through 12 ages 11 to 19 who are enrolled in either the Tulsa Public Schools or Broken Arrow Public Schools districts, while offering integrated healthcare and education, counseling services, on-site early childhood education, and vocational training. 
  • New View - New View seeks to empower blind and vision impaired individuals to achieve their maximum potential through rehabilitation, employment, and community outreach.
  • Northeastern State University
  • OK2Grow
  • Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services - a state agency dedicated to serving Oklahomans with disabilities.
  • Oklahoma Department of Human Services - The largest state agency in Oklahoma, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services provides a wide range of assistance programs to help Oklahomans in need.
  • Oklahoma Employment Security Commission - The OESC is a United States Department of Labor (USDOL) funded agency dedicated to providing quality service and assistance to Oklahoma businesses and job seekers.  Their mission is to enhance Oklahoma's economy by matching jobs and workers to increase the efficiency of local labor markets, providing Unemployment Compensation to support unemployed workers and their communities, preparing a skilled workforce to enhance and align their skills to meet local labor market needs, and gathering, analyzing and disseminating information about the labor force to improve local economic decisions.
  • Oklahomans for Equality - Oklahomans for Equality seeks equal rights for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) individuals and families  through advocacy, education, programs, alliances, and the operation of the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center.
  • Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance - The Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance offers technical assistance and business advice, helping manufacturers become progressively more successful.
  • Oklahoma Mental Health AssociationMental Health Association Oklahoma is an advocacy voice representing people impacted by mental illness and homelessness in communities throughout Oklahoma.
  • Osage Nation
  • Phoenix RisingPhoenix Rising is a partnership with the Tulsa Juvenile Bureau. It delivers instruction to students that have been a part of the Juvenile system or who are not succeeding in a traditional setting. 
  • Project Special Courage has various programs.  They provide adaptive recreational opportunities, navigation support, adaptive equipment support, and long-term system changes. Their mission is to create a culture of inclusion and increased opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
  • Resonance Center for WomenResonance promotes and supports the well-being and self-sufficiency of women and their families challenged by the criminal justice system. Our goal is to help female offenders succeed.
  • Sapulpa Chamber of Commerce
  • South Tulsa Community House - The mission of South Tulsa Community House is to provide a place for families and individuals to find needed assistance so as to empower them to self-sufficiency, and a more productive life.  They work with clients in the community to assist them until they can be restored to self-sufficiency using practical everyday tools, education, counseling, and food programs.  They have a food pantry, bus token program, free GED classes and are the South/Southwest distributor of the Serving Seniors Program of the Community Food Bank of Eastern OK.
  • Talking Leaves Job Corpsob Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training.
  • TARC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to ensuring a high quality of life for Oklahomans with developmental disabilities and their families through education, empowerment, support and advocacy. The agency was founded in 1952 by the parents of children with disabilities who faced lives in which few options existed beyond institutional care. Those parents were passionate about creating programs and services so their children could live satisfying lives in their own communities. TARC remains as committed today to fostering the well-being, dignity, and rights of citizens with developmental disabilities and their families as did the pioneering parents of more than a half-century ago. 
  • The Major GroupThe Major Group is a highly specialized employment service bringing experience, dependability, and difference to the workplace. The mission of The Major Group is to establish long term partnerships with both the public and private business sector and by utilizing a person centered philosophy match the needs of business with those individuals that come to us seeking employment. We value integrity, honesty, commitment, loyalty, and a belief that people with disabilities can be productive citizens and deserve a right to work.
  • Tri County Technology Center 
  • Tulsa Area United WayThe Tulsa Area United Way works to advance the common good by focusing on the three building blocks of a better quality of life - education, health/safety and financial stability. 
  • Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy equips the community with strategies to reduce teen pregnancy for the purpose of improving the health and economic well-being of our citizens. 
  • Tulsa City-County Library - The Tulsa City-County Library's goals are to promote lifelong learning and literacy in all forms, contribute to stronger communities, and cultivate engaged employees.
  • Tulsa Community WorkAdvance - Transportation Connections WorkAdvance is a sector-based career advancement program in that provides unemployed and under-employed individuals with high-quality training, job placement and advancement services that are designed to respond to the needs of the city’s transportation and aerospace sector. TCW is one of five evidence-based initiatives to be implemented in cities across the country by the Center for Economic Opportunity, which is seeking to build a national body of evidence in support of promising programs.
  • Tulsa Community College
  • Tulsa Housing Authority
  • Tulsa Public Schools
  • Tulsa Job Corps - Job Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training.
  • Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Tulsa Technology Center
  • Tulsa Transit
  • Union Public Schools
  • Women in Recovery
  • Youth Services of Tulsa - Youth Services values the potential of all youth, supporting and challenging them to embrace their future and achieve independence, ensuring that their voices are heard.
  • YWCA Tulsa - YWCA Tulsa offers free English and U.S. citizenship classes, workplace English, job placement assistance for refugees, and accredited legal immigration services.