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Project REACH

Project REACH

REACH OSU-Oklahoma City program provides short-term educational and career skills training in areas that qualify students to enter the workforce in professional positions. Courses are individualized to each student's educational plan. REACH's comprehensive program plan is to assist you with the confidence to continue your education and become self-sufficient.

Students are given the opportunity to apply skills on the job through internships and work experience assignments.

REACH is located in the Business Technology Building at OSU-Oklahoma City, 900 N. Portland Ave. The campus is west of the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds and is easily accessible from 1-44. The Oklahoma City Metro Transit bus has a stop across the street from campus.

What does REACH have to offer?

OSU-Oklahoma City offers certificate and AAS degree programs. Embedded Certificate programs require less than 60 credit hours for completion. 12-24 months of training. Participants who enter the program with previous college credit may be able to complete an associate degree in less time.

Additionally, professional development workshops and career readiness activities are an integral part of the student's learning ,experience.

Technical Skills certification courses: Computer Basics 101, Customer Service 101, Effective Communication, Writing Improvement 101, Career Readiness and Financial Literacy education.

Program participants are accepted through a referral-based system with the Department of Human Services.

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Programs

Designed for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients, these programs offer vocational training, life skills, resume preparation and more. Offered at most Oklahoma community colleges and both Oklahoma State University technical branches, the programs provide employment and training skills to TANF recipients so they may ultimately become members of the workforce and attain self-sufficiency. Click here for information.

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For more information contact:

Angela Barnes, Coordinator
Phone: 405.945.8636
Fax: 405.945.9123