Take the first step toward the most transformative year of your life.

Applications are now closed for 2020-2021

The Application Process

What to expect

Applying is simple. Just complete the form below, and a Tulsa Service Year program manager will reach out to you to discuss next steps.

here's how it works


Submit your application and be contacted by the Tulsa Service Year team


Interview with entrepreneurs and leaders in your field


Get accepted and finalize your program placement


Plan your move to Tulsa and meet your cohort

A few things to note:

Sep 2020 - Aug 2021

Dates that Tulsa Service Year will be running

4 year degree

Applicants will be given priority

Adapting to COVID-19

Service is more important now than ever before, and we are ensuring safety.

Tulsa Service Year will be operational in 2020-2021, adhering to CDC best-practices and guidelines for social distancing. At times, this may mean more virtual programming. We know that many of you have had jobs, fellowships, and service work canceled in light of the pandemic. Our promise is to remain in operation, remain impactful, and remain safe.

Applications now closed

First Name

Last Name


Phone Number

Street Address



Zip Code

What year did you graduate?

What did you study in school (limit 30 characters)

Have you ever been to Tulsa before?

If accepted into the program, would anyone be relocating with you?

Describe what you know about Tulsa. (50 words or less)

Knowing what you know now, what's your current interest level in living in Tulsa for the next 3-5 years?

What are the top three qualities that you look for in your ideal city? (25 words or less)

Why are you interested in Tulsa Service Year? (100 words or less)

Rank your preference for the following business units with 1 being most preferred and 4 being the least. (Entrepreneurship, Arts and Education, Civic, Impact)






Arts & Education



What are two personal qualities or characteristics you could offer to a diverse workplace? (50 words or less)

Three words that describe you best.

Name one person in your life that is not in your family that inspires you to be better and why? (100 words or less)

Think about a time one of your mentors or supervisors taught you a critical lesson about professionalism. Describe the lesson and how it impacted you. (100 words or less)

Describe your most significant academic or work experience. (100 words or less)

What were two of your most difficult lessons learned in 2019? (100 words or less)

If you had to choose one silver lining of 2020 what would it be? (50 words or less)

Describe your ideal adventure. (50 words or less)

Describe a personal achievement you are most proud of to date. (100 words or less)

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