Chamber program works to keep college graduates working in Oklahoma

Coordinators for Greater Grads say introducing graduates to Oklahoma City’s cultural and business opportunities a good way to keep them here.

BY ZEKE CAMPFIELD Published: April 29, 2012

Coordinators of a program that aims to keep Oklahoma college graduates working in the state are reporting success.

Greater Grads, a program of the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, has proved to be an effective way of fighting so-called brain drain in the state, said Joyce Burch, manager of graduate outreach and internships for the chamber.

The program holds an...

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