Events to help prepare students for career goals
OSU-Tulsa Career Services will host a full calendar of free events and workshops Sept. 12 through Oct. 13 to help prepare students for their career goals. The fall calendar of events will conclude with the OSU-Tulsa Career Fair on Thursday, Oct. 6 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Main Hall Commons.
Workshops will focus on topics such as job search strategies, the legal aspects of job interviews and business etiquette. Participants can also attend résumé critique sessions and mock interviews to improve their skills.
For a complete list of scheduled events, visit the Career Services website or call 918-594-8404.
Fall intramural sports kick off this month
OSU-Tulsa’s intramural sports offer a fun and competitive way to meet new students and get active. OSU-Tulsa is partnering with Tulsa Community College, OU-Tulsa and NSU-Broken Arrow to offer students a full schedule of events.
There are many sports leagues, tournaments and special competitions scheduled this fall, including flag football, volleyball, soccer, basketball, table tennis, badminton, golf and more. Many leagues start in September. For more information or to sign up, visit the OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center website or call 594-8355.
Additional “Day of Caring” volunteer opportunity set for Sept. 9
OSU-Tulsa students, faculty and staff that missed the opportunity to register for the university’s United Way Day of Caring activities now have an additional opportunity to participate.
The Women’s Leadership Council is hosting a Day of Caring project for the Child Abuse Network (CAN) on Friday, Sept. 9. Participants will learn about the organization and provide input on their new facility planning. Donations of new stuffed animals, baseball caps and journals for the children who visit CAN will also be accepted at the event.
The event is from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with lunch provided. Volunteers will meet at the Train Station at Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group’s office at 5310 East 31st Street. To learn more or to register, email email@example.com by Friday, Sept. 2 or call Diane Powell at 918-295-6661.
OSU Energy Education
Labor Day weekend is a great opportunity to increase our energy savings. Before leaving the office, do your part to help conserve energy.
- Turn off all electronic equipment (computers, monitors, speakers, printers, copiers, etc.)
- Unplug items such as fans, radios, coffeemakers, etc.
- Close blinds and tilt slats upward to keep the sun from heating up spaces.
- Turn off lights in offices, open areas and classrooms.