Tulsa is creating an advanced mobility workforce to foster industry development and create inclusive opportunities.
The programs needed to fuel the advanced mobility industry are being taught across Tulsa institutions, teaching industry-specific skills that intersect hardware, software, and unmanned operations.
The academic programs catalyzed through the TRAM Cluster are teaching industry-specific skills that compliment Tulsa's strong aerospace economy. The TRAM programming offers multiple degree paths for students, creating a varying levels of educational opportunities that answer both industry and student needs.
Enter the advanced mobility economy by earning unique certificates that answer to industry's most in-demand skills. Take coursework in software engineering, electronics, aerospace drafting, Part 107, and electric vehicles to become job ready.
Tulsa Community College is creating pathways for students to gain skills in Electronics Technology and Aerospace Drafting, providing industry-ready skillsets for students entering the advanced mobility sector.
The Advanced Mobility Engineering Pathway through Tulsa's College Park model is a collaborative effort between Tulsa Community College and Oklahoma State University, creating Tulsa's first public four-year engineering pathway. Students enrolled in this program will receive a bachelor's degree in mechanical and aerospace engineering through Oklahoma State University with a specialization in advanced mobility technologies.
The Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance is providing advanced mobility manufacturers with the resources and expertise to develop registered apprenticeship programs for free.
For companies looking for experienced technical candidates, the talent matching services of inTulsa will assist with your talent attraction efforts, strategically recruiting top-tier, local and national candidates for advanced mobility operations.