Office of Professional and Career Development (OPCD) staff have confirmed more than 65 employers for the Fall Recruitment Program. This is twice the number of employers compared to registration in July 2011! The program is scheduled to begin Aug. 13 and will continue through the end of September. More employers are expected to sign up and participate throughout the fall semester, further increasing job opportunities for students at OU Law.
Students can apply for the Fall Recruitment Program through Symplicity at https://law-ou-csm.symplicity.com/students. The application deadline for students is July 31.
Employers wishing to participate in the Fall Recruitment Program and future recruiting events are encouraged to contact OPCD staff at (405) 325-4860 or email email@example.com.
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