Employment and Job Training Opportunities

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What We Do

We are funded by the United States Department of Labor. The Section 166 programs are designed to support employment and training activities in order to develop more fully academic, occupational, and literacy skills; make individuals more competitive in the workforce, and promote economic and social development in accordance with the goals and values of such communities.


Who We Serve

We serve eligible American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians residing in Oklahoma County.


Our Mission

To provide the highest quality employment and training services that allow for growth and potential towards a path of self-sufficiency to American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians residing in Oklahoma County.


About UUIC

Established in 1971, the United Indian Urban Council is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the socioeconomic advancement of indigenous peoples in Central Oklahoma.

Employment Services

We assist with resume writing, interview preparation, work-based learning, interview coaching, job referrals, and other support services.

Occupational Skills Training

We provide assistance with tuition, fees, and books for training with in-demand occupations at technology centers and colleges.


UUIC By the Numbers

Discover how the United Indian Urban Council supports Oklahoma County.

Years Serving OKC

Tribes of Oklahoma

Annual Impact

Training Providers

What Are In-Demand Occupations?

An occupation that currently has or is projected to have a number of positions (including positions that lead to economic SELF-SUFFICIENCY and opportunities for advancement) in an industry sector so as to have a significant impact on the state or regional economy.


  • Registered Nurse
  • IT Specialists
  • Truck Drivers
  • Medical Assistant
  • Aviation Support

What Are Economic Sectors?

State-identified, driver and complementary economic systems represent the most prominent industries in terms of wealth generation and growth potential.

Driver economic systems drive wealth generation and complementary ecosystems help to expand wealth in the economy and provide infrastructure and services to support the driver systems.

Driver Examples:

  • Aerospace & Defense
  • Energy
  • Information & Financial Systems
  • Transportation & Distribution

Complementary Examples:

  • Construction
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Creative Industries