Benefits to Exhibiting

The Marketplace will take place in the fall of 2021 (Date TBD)

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.

 

Early Bird Ends July 2021

Complete our online exhibitor registration. Pay by our July 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.

 2021 Exhibitor Pricing Coming Soon

 

      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, 2021

Thank you to our 2020 exhibitors

       

American Junior Golf Association

American Woodmark

Amazon

Amtrak

Atlas Group

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Blue Origin

Booth Management Consulting, LLC

BP

Broward Sheriffs Office

Calvert County Public Schools

Campbell Soup Company

 

Cardinal Health 

Catalent Pharma Solutions

CDW

City of Pittsburgh 

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Covanta

Curio Wellness

Datis HR Cloud Inc

Danaher

Enterprise Resource Performance Inc

Emily’s List

Epic

Epsilon

Equifax

Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories

Federal Aviation Administration

Federal Housing Finance Agency

Finra

First Energy

Food Corps

Fulton Bank

Higher Education Recruitment Consortium

Howard County Police Department

Home Depot

Human Rights Campaign

Inroads Inc

Institute Of International Education

Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM)

Kennedy Krieger Institute

Legacy Home Loans

Los Angeles DodgersBaseball Research and Development

Loyola University Sellinger School of Business

Madison Metropolitan School District

Marakey

Maryland Environmental Service

Maryland Judiciary

Mohawk Industries

M&T Bank

National Institute  of Allergy and Infectious Diseases

Next Era Energy

NYC Department of Design and Construction

Otter Products

PerBlue

Prince William County Schools

Port Covington

Republic Services

Roanoke City Public

Roche

SAS

Sentara Health

Stanley Black and Decker

Sun Prairie Area and School District

Syracuse University

TD Bank

Tenable

Textron

The U.S. Military Academy at West Point

The Whiting Turner Contracting Company

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

University of Maryland Baltimore

United States Agency for International Development

San Francisco Police Department

USAID

University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management

USC Suzanna Dworak Peck School of Social Work

USDA

Vanguard

WESCO Distribution

Willis Towers Watson

NY Department of Health

Thought Works

HHS

Okta

Truist Bank

CVS Health

Savanna River Nuclear Solution

 

Rocky Mountain Institute

Volvo Cars

Chamberlain Group

Janus Henderson Investors

LPL Financial

Spectra

2U

USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism