Any Career Services representative from an associate, baccalaureate, or graduate degree granting college or university in the state of Oklahoma may become a member upon making application and payment of specified dues. Individual members shall be serving as Career Services representatives for their respective colleges and universities. Career Services representatives are defined as those persons at the colleges and universities engaged in providing job search assistance for students, graduates, and alumni.
Any employer representative actively engaged in the recruitment and development of graduates from schools as defined above may become a member upon application and payment of specified dues. Individual members shall be actively engaged in the selection, placement, and/or development of graduates.
Any representative who does not meet the membership requirements listed above but provides a service or product to career services or recruiting/hiring personnel may become an affiliate member upon making application and payment of specified dues. Such membership may include, but is not limited to, contract recruiting, executive search firms, outplacement firms, employment agencies, career assistance centers, advertising firms, media organizations, printers, publishers, or software development organizations. Affiliate members will not be eligible to vote or hold office, but will be eligible to serve on committees.