Find Oklahoma Sports Jobs at the Tulsa Shock Sports Career Fair

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The BOK center is the perfect place to find Oklahoma  jobs, on September 6th from 1-4 during the Tulsa Shock Sports career fair.

Your dream of working in the sports industry is more attainable than you may think.

One way to discover opportunities in sports is by attending a career fair, like the one hosted by the Tulsa Shock on Friday, September 6th from 1 pm to 4 pm at the BOK center in Tulsa.

The Tulsa Shock sports career fair is unique in that it also has an executive speaker panel, where the speakers will address topics relevant to breaking into the sports industry. The speakers scheduled to appear include:

Steve Swetoha  – Tulsa Shock President 

Dionna Widder – Director Team Marketing and Business Operations (TMBO) for the NBA/WNBA

Scott Loft – VP of Ticket Sales for the OKC Thunder

Career fairs are a great chance to meet face-to-face with hiring managers of several companies looking to add talented people to their staff. If your goal is to find a job in Oklahoma, make sure to read our tips on how to stand out at a job fair before you attend the event.

Organizations Currently Scheduled to Appear:

  • Tulsa Shock
  • Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Tulsa 66ers
  • and more Oklahoma-based sports companies

The cost of the career fair is $15 for pre-registration and $20 at the door the day of the event. All participants receive a ticket to the Tulsa Shock vs. Los Angeles Sparks game, which tips off at 7 pm on September 6th.




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