We foster STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) skills for aspiring energy industry leaders through hands-on technical career partnerships. We partner with high schools, universities, career techs, community academic institutions and community-based organizations to create awareness of energy industry career paths, promote STEM education and build critical skills, and develop our talent pipeline.
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We work with universities to offer Positive Energy scholarships to attract, recruit, and retain a diverse workforce and continue to build a pipeline of future OG&E workers.
OGE Positive Energy Scholarship - Awards $15,000 per year (for up to 4 years) for high school seniors who commit to attending college in Oklahoma or Arkansas and pursue a STEM-related degree. The scholarship is administered through the Oklahoma City Community Foundation.
OGE Energy Scholarship - Awards up to $5,000 for first-year college students studying Power Transmission and Distribution Technology or Electronics Engineering Technology and is administered through OG&E and Oklahoma State University.
- Eligible employees receive up to $5,250 per calendar year to advance their college education
- Comprehensive leadership development programs
- Continuous education for all employees, including annual safety, anti-corruption and human rights training
- A variety of paid internships and apprenticeships in key field operations jobs (including our Department of Labor-certified Line Maintenance apprentice program)