A non-profit corporation, the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance partners with a variety of organizations to combine local expertise with state and national resources.

Our sponsors are acknowledged by state government and private business executives as economic development leaders. These leaders are on the forefront, creating a better quality of life for all Oklahomans.

Autry Technology Center, Enid
Caddo-Kiowa Technology Center, Ft. Cobb
Canadian Valley Technology Center, El Reno
Central Technology Center, Drumright
Francis Tuttle Technology Center, Oklahoma City
Gordon Cooper Technology Center, Shawnee
Great Plains Technology Center, Lawton
Indian Capital Technology Center, Muskogee

Meridian Technology Center, Stillwater
Metro Technology Center, Oklahoma City
Mid-America Technology Center, Wayne
Moore Norman Technology Center, Norman
Northeast Technology Centers, Pryor
Pioneer Technology Center, Ponca City
Pontotoc Technology Center, Ada
Red River Technology Center, Duncan
Southwest Technology Center, Altus
Tulsa Technology Center

Higher Education
Cameron University, Lawton
Murray State College, Tishomingo
Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah
Northern Oklahoma College, Tonkawa
Oklahoma City Community College
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater
Redlands Community College, El Reno
Tulsa Community College

Economic Development
Central Oklahoma Manufacturers Association
Muskogee City County Port Authority
The State Chamber

Arvest Bank
Bank of America
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma
Oklahoma Gas and Electric
Public Service Company of Oklahoma

National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology
Oklahoma Department of Career & Technology Education
Oklahoma Department of Commerce
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education