Are you looking for a new place to settle down? The George Kaiser Family Foundation is offering new residents $10,000 to move to Tulsa, Oklahoma, the second biggest city in the state. The initiative stems from the newly-launched program Tulsa Remote.
The program was created to help strengthen Tulsa’s workforce with remote workers outside of the area. If you are selected to participate you will be given $10,000. Some of this payment will be upfront, then monthly afterward, with the rest arriving after one year. If you’re looking to apply, 2020 openings will be available soon on tulsaremote.com/#hero.
In addition to the cash, whoever is selected will be given a free area at co-working space 36 Degrees North. The program says it will also help participants network and establish themselves within the area.
To qualify, applicants must be eligible for U.S. employment and be over the age of 18 years old. You must also be able to move to Tulsa within six months if selected. You must also show proof that you have a full-time remote position or have proof of self-employment. If you’ve ever thought about moving to the Midwest, this sounds like the perfect opportunity!