The 12th Annual HBCU Career Development Marketplace is Here!

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October 29-31, 2019
The Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD

 

2019 Sponsors

Aflac

Cardinal Health

Emily's List

Herman Miller

Home Depot

Under Armour

Washington Gas

Danaher

Securities Training Corp

Merrill Lynch

Southwest

Dupont

Bank of America

TD Bank

 

2018 Exhibitors

Abt Associates
AEIO, LLC
Amazon
American Enterprise Institute
American Woodmark
Amtrak
Baltimore City Public Schools
Booth Management Consulting, LLC
Bureau of Land Management
CareFirst BlueCross & BlueShield
Carroll County Public Sdchools
CDW
Charlottesville City Schools
CIBC Private Wealth Management
City of Pittsburgh HR & Civil Service
Community College of Rhode Island
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Covanta
Crown Equipment Corporation
Defense Contract Audit Agency
Dow Jones & Co.
Durham Public Schools
Eaton Corporation
Emergent Holdings, Inc.
Epic
Erickson Living
ERPi
Fairfax County Public Schools
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Federal Energy Regulatory Commissio
Federal Housing Finance Agency
FINRA
FoodCorps
Fulton Financial Corporation
Gallagher
HERC-George Mason University
Higher Education Recruitment Consortium- HERC
Howard County Police Department
Human Rights Campaign
Huntington National Bank
INROADS
Institute of International Education
Kennedy Krieger Institute
Kern High School District
Macmillan Learning
Macy's
Maryland Judiciary
McCann Worldgroup
Merakey
Mohawk Industries
Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service
Montgomery County Public Schools
National Geospatial - Intelligence Agency
National Security Agency
Naval Surface Warfare Center-Philadelphia Division
Neighborhood House Association
NewWave Telecom & Technologies
NextEra Energy, Inc
Norfolk Police Department
Norfolk Southern
NuVasive Inc.
Okta
Oracle
PA Departments of Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and Environmental Protectio
PIMCO
Prince William County Schools
ProSource360
ProSource360 Consulting Services
Quicken Loans
Relay Graduate School of Education
Republic Services
San Francisco Police Department
SAS
Scismic
St. Coletta of Greater Washington
Stanley Black & Decker
Staunton City & Schools
TD Bank
Textron
The Clorox Company
The Home Depot
U.S. Department of State
Uncommon Schools
University of Minnesota, Carlson School of Management
USC Viterbi School of Engineering
WESCO Distribution
Wicomico County Board of Education
Willis Towers Watson

COUNTDOWN TO HBCU CDM
12th Annual National Conference

The 12th Annual National Conference will take place at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland. We look forward to welcoming over 400 students from 20+ HBCUs across the country. During the conference the students will have the opportunity to meet potential employers, engage in workshops, get inspired from the speakers and of course network to jumpstart their career in corporate America.

Series of Workshops

Featuring prominent and influential speakers that will help prepare students for what to expect after graduation.

Town Hall Meetings

Students speak informally with experienced HBCU alumni from key industries.

Career Marketplace

A great opportunity for companies to meet talented students serious about persuing a career.

HERE'S WHAT THEY'RE SAYING ABOUT HBCU CDM...

The HBCU CDM was a great way for me to connect with like-minded individuals from across the country. I truly enjoyed learning more about ways I can make a difference in the workplace!

Jenele Williams, Graduate Student,
Hampton University

The HBCU Career Development Marketplace provided vision and professional enhancement for students, networking for directors/advisors, and inspiration for all in attendance. I was amazed at the caliber of session leaders and speakers, who challenged each attendee to envision and work hard to achieve the best version of their future self. I am glad my students and I had this experience – I can’t wait until the next conference!

Dannita Trice, Assistant Director of Employer Relations,
Virginia State University

I was thoroughly impressed with the quality of students and employers who attended the market. As a graduate of an HBCU and now an administrator at one, my heart was filled with pride to see such excellence in one room. I would recommend this opportunity to any student!

Brianna Clark, Assistant Director of Career Services,
Norfolk State University

HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED?

Student

The conference is free to students. If you are a junior or senior attending an HBCU, and meet certain qualifications, you will be eligible to attend. Contact your school’s Career Counselor for additional details.

University

Career Counselors can assist qualified students with an easier transition into the workforce by nominating students to attend the conference each year.

Corporation

Businesses can get involved by becoming a sponsor, an exhibitor, or by donating. The conference is a great place to meet vetted high caliber talent with 3.2 GPA and above all in one location.