Join a team of recent college graduates for a year of high impact work in a city driven by innovation from a community of learners and doers like you.Become a FellowNon-Profit Partners
Tulsa Service Year wants the best, brightest, and most change-focused new college graduates to join us on the testing ground of social strategies for a year of service work. Our promise is to help you grow as much as possible.
Catalyze your career with a year of hands-on, high-impact work in a city driven by innovation and entrepreneurship.
Catalyze your community by learning and working alongside creative, ambitious, passionate thinkers like you.
Catalyze Tulsa, a city that welcomes your bold, imaginative ideas to address our nation’s most pressing challenges.
Start date in May
Annual salary (which goes a long way in Tulsa)
Signing bonus to be used for relocation
Friendships and connections with influential Tulsans, as well as skills for a high impact career
Aria, TSY Fellow at The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice
"During recruitment I could see the dedication to TSY and the city of Tulsa. I loved seeing people who looked like me involved in something bigger than their own lives and I wanted to also be a part of something bigger than myself. I knew I would grow and serve in purpose."
Brandon, TSY Fellow at Terence Crutcher Foundation
"I chose Tulsa Service Year because it provides the opportunity to directly work in the field you want to work in while you’re also able to see tangible change in the community you’re working in."
Sujeiry, TSY Alumni
"I stayed in Tulsa because I wanted to continue the work I started here during my time with TSY and continue building community with leaders to create a Tulsa that can be a home to all."
Engage with Tulsa’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, where technology drives employment growth.
Make a difference by working and leading with Tulsa’s prominent nonprofit community and public programs.
Work in one of the nation’s most innovative, data-driven Mayor’s offices.
Get hands on with Tulsa’s public-private arts and education programs.
The New York Times recently coined Tulsa ‘Beta City’ because it is a “testing ground for evidence-based social programs that aim to overhaul the way America handles issues related to inequality.” One of the key drivers in this ability to become a laboratory for social programs is Tulsa’s unique public-private partnerships. The city’s private foundations, nonprofits, and local government collaborate to both dream big about where Tulsa can go, as well as take the immediate concrete steps to make change now.
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