ONEOK Inc.'s triple-wide, natural gas-powered mobile office and recruiting station took over two rows of parking Thursday at Oklahoma City Community College in a move designed to help strengthen the relationship between the school and the company.
“What we wanted to do was bring a potential recruiter to campus for our students,” said Randy Cassimus, OCCC's coordinator of alumni relations and community development. “We wanted to bring them in and give them a presence and have some of their personnel meet our students and faculty.”
The truck spent the day in the parking lot, and students were encouraged to visit.
Representatives from ONEOK and its Oklahoma Natural Gas Co. also gave a presentation to the school's engineering club and to transportation technician students.
“This is an effort to build a stronger relationship here and to help some of these students understand what their career opportunities are and who the employees are,” said Lynda Mobley, a community relations representative for ONG who helped guide students through the mobile exhibit.
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