Murray State College in Ardmore hosted two companies that conducted interview sessions for open positions. 

Valero, a global leader in refining and alternative fuels, held three days of interviews to fill multiple positions at the company, utilizing Murray State classrooms and conference rooms.

“We are thankful for our partnership with Murray State and the services that they provide to our community,” said Alicia Henry, Valero Community Relations Advisor. “We are fortunate to have such an amazing resource in southern Oklahoma.”

On May 18th, Murray State signed a partnership agreement with AirEvac to offer simulation laboratory space on the Ardmore campus. AirEvac is the leading provider of emergent air medical transportation that services 18 states. Interviews were conducted for their Ardmore and Pauls Valley crew positions.

“These interviews were vital to hiring administrators to support our teams through the state and to opening a new base of operations in Pauls Valley,” said Dan McLeod, AirEvac Lifeteam Clinical Educator. “The Ardmore campus offered a professional atmosphere and the Murray State staff were friendly and accommodating. We truly appreciate the opportunity that Murray has offered our team.”

“We are honored and proud to partner with these local companies in putting Ardmore and the surrounding area to work,” Murray State College President Dr. Tim Faltyn expressed. “Murray State is in the business of helping individuals reach their higher education goals and seeing them succeed in their career. Valero and AirEvac provide opportunities for professional success.”