Benefits to Exhibiting

The Marketplace will take place on October 29, 2020 (10amEST-1pmEST & 2pmEST-5pmEST)

As an exhibitor at the career fair, you will have the opportunity to showcase your organization to schools and most importantly to students.  Only top students in their fields are invited to attend.  Students are considered based on their GPA and recommendations from their career counselors.  As an exhibitor, you will meet with some of today’s brightest students and job seekers.  The marketplace allows you to collect resumes from interested and qualified applicants in addition to exchanging information as you network.

The four-day virtual HBCU Career Development Marketplace will take place on October 27-30, 2020. Check out the Exhibitor Packet here

 

Early Bird Discount ends July 26

Complete our online exhibitor registration. Pay by our August 14th early bird deadline and save!  Secure your spot today – the early bird deadline will be here before you know it!

Need to see a W9 form? Download it here.

To find out more about becoming an exhibitor please contact our HBCU team at mcestoni@hbcucareermarket.org or call 443-325-5020.

 2020 Exhibitor Pricing

 

      2020


Early Bird (Jan 1 – July 26)

        Regular Rate


$899

         Government/Non-Profit Rate


    $749

Advance (July 27 – Sep. 7)

$899      $749

Regular (Sep. 8 – Oct. 20)

$949      $799
 

                                                               

When You Exhibit

Garner the prestige of promoting your organization in front of today’s top HBCU students. The HBCU Career Development Marketplace is an excellent opportunity to meet tomorrow’s brightest candidates. The exhibitor fee includes:

•One virtual booth

• 6 hours of students interaction (10amEST -1pmEST  & 2pmEST -5pmEST)

• Two (2) online registrations•

Your company logo and description listed on the career fair website and mobile app•

All logos, descriptions and ads are due October 12, 2020

2019 HBCU Exhibitors:

       
Abt Associates AEIO, LLC Amazon American Enterprise Institute
American Woodmark Amtrak Baltimore City Public Schools Booth Management Consulting, LLC
Bureau of Land Management CIBC Private Wealth Management Charlottesville City Schools CareFirst BlueCross & BlueShield
Carroll County Public Schools CDW 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 Commission 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

Loyola University Maryland

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 Dept of Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) PA Dept of Environmental Protection PIMCO Prince William County Schools
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