Who We Are

The Oklahoma Energy Workforce Consortium (OEWC) is comprised of energy companies in Oklahoma focused on creating the best workforce in the world.  Energy is considered one of the five wealth-building industries in Oklahoma consisting of the electric power industry, the petroleum energy industry, and the renewable energy industry. OEWC members include representatives from public utilities, municipalities, cooperatives, independent power producers, exploration and production companies, transportation and storage companies, distribution companies, as well as contractors, suppliers, vendors, educators, and government agencies. 

Energy Careers in Oklahoma

Whether you are a high school or college student, an adult changing careers, or a military veteran transitioning into the civilian workforce, you can begin a rewarding, well-paying energy career that benefits millions of people every day with the right education and training.  Entry-level jobs can range from $30,000 –$80,000. 

Learn About Energy Employers in Oklahoma

Meet the energy employers and supporters in the Oklahoma Energy Workforce Consortium and explore your career opportunities.

Governor Proclaims Oklahoma Careers in Energy Week!

Gov. Kevin Stitt declares Oct. 19-23 as Oklahoma Careers in Energy Week to help students learn more about the pivotal energy industry in Oklahoma.

Contact Us

The Oklahoma Energy Workforce Consortium is a collaboration of energy employers that can help you explore your energy future.

Find Energy Training in Your Area

Use the Get Into Energy Training Program Locator to easily find energy programs and training centers around the United States. Get started now!

Troops to Energy Jobs

Successfully transition from the military to a rewarding career in the energy industry. Troops to Energy Jobs offers a Roadmap to guide veterans through the process. Find out more.

Get Into Energy

With the right education and training, you can begin a rewarding, well-paying energy career that benefits millions of people every day. Explore opportunities with Get Into Energy.

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