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The Kiosk at Mitch Park in Edmond is currently down for maintenance. At this time, we don't have an estimated completion date.

Start Your Job Search

It can be hard to know where to start looking for a job online.  These popular job search websites are a good place to start.  Most job openings are posted online and require you to fill out an online application. 

 

Job Coach Online

Chat with a Job Coach 2-11 PM every day for assistance with navigating the job search process and use the Career Assessments tools to learn more about requirements for the job you want.
You will be required to login with your library card number and your last name to gain access.

Connect

 

Track Applications

  • Download our Application Tracker Worksheet
  • Use this worksheet to keep a record of the jobs you’ve applied for, including website log in information.  
  • We recommend saving this document to the computer, typing your information in directly, and emailing it to yourself or saving it to a flash drive. You can also print it to fill in by hand. For assistance, visit your neighborhood library or call 405-231-8650.

 

Quick tip

Already know the job you want to apply for? Most companies and organizations require online applications through their website. To find the application, visit the company’s main website and look for “Careers” or “Jobs,” usually at the very top or very bottom of the page. 

 

Find Jobs on Popular Search Websites

It is important to search multiple sources to get the best picture of available jobs. Employers usually post openings to only a few websites.

 

Keep Personal Information Safe & Secure

When sharing personal information online, be aware of scams and phishing schemes. Visit the following resources to learn more.

 

Help & Resources

 

Upcoming Events

This event is in the "Kids" group.
This event is in the "Teens" group.

Young Entrepreneurs Club

4:30pm - 5:30pm
The Village Library
Registration
Library Branch: The Village Library
Room: Meeting Room A (Village)
Age Group: Kids, Teens
Program Type: Careers & Jobs
Registration Required
Seats Remaining: 0
Event Description:
Are you a middle-school student full of ideas for making money and starting your own business? Join our Young Entrepreneurs Club! Students will learn the basics of entrepreneurship each week through fun, hands-on activities led by local business part...

Disclaimer(s)

The library makes every effort to ensure our programs can be enjoyed by all. If you have any concerns about accessibility or need to request specific accommodations, please contact the library.

This event is in the "Teens" group.
This event is in the "Adults" group.

Adulting 101 - The Reality of Home-Buying

6:00pm - 7:00pm
Southern Oaks Library
Registration
Library Branch: Southern Oaks Library
Room: Meeting Room A (Southern Oaks)
Age Group: Teens, Adults
Program Type: Business & Finance, Careers & Jobs, Community & Civics, Computers & Technology
Registration Required
Seats Remaining: 30
Event Description:
What does it take to buy a home? What do you need to do once you get a home? We're bringing in a local realtor to break down the process for you! This is an event open to ages 13 and up. Refreshments will be available. ...
This event is in the "Teens" group.

Teen Summer Volunteer Open House!

3:30pm - 5:30pm
Warr Acres Library
Library Branch: Warr Acres Library
Room: Meeting Room A (Warr Acres)
Age Group: Teens
Program Type: Careers & Jobs
Event Description:
Are you interested in volunteering at the Warr Acres Library this Summer?  Here's your chance to come see what awesome volunteer activities are available to you! At the Open House, our library staff will discuss all of our available volunteer op...
This event is in the "Teens" group.
This event is in the "Adults" group.

How to Adult

2:00pm - 3:00pm
Northwest Library
Registration
Library Branch: Northwest Library
Room: Meeting Room A (Northwest)
Age Group: Teens, Adults
Program Type: Business & Finance, Careers & Jobs, Health & Wellness
Registration Required
Seats Remaining: 15
Event Description:
Feeling like no one has taught you how to adult? Don't panic! The library is here to help. This monthly program will offer lessons on real-world topics you may need as you venture out of high school and into the world of adulthood. Teens and young ad...