The Benefits to Exhibiting
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 three-day HBCU Career Development Marketplace will take place on November 7-9, 2018 at The Hotel at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
Early Bird Discount
Complete our online exhibitor registration. Pay by our August 18th early bird deadline and save $100! 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call 443-325-5020.
Please download exhibitor packet for registration and pricing for the 11th Annual Conference.
Before August 17, 2018
After August 17, 2018
|First Come, First Served|
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 6 ‘ booth|
|• Two (2) attendee registrations*|
|• Two (2) lunches|
|• Your company logo and description listed in the conference materials|
|* Additional attendees $150 before Aug. 17th and $200 after Aug. 17th.|
We would like to thank our 2017 HBCU Exhibitors
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (AO)
Albemarle County Public Schools and Local Government
ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES
American Enterprise Institute
American Institute for Research
American Modern Insurance Group
Central Intelligence Agency
Council on Foreign Relations
Department of Housing & Community Development
Fairfax County Public Schools
Harvard Kennedy School
Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
Maryland Natural Resources Police
Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service
MUFG Union Bank, N. A.
National Security Agency
Norfolk Southern Corporation
Paul Public Charter School
Prince William County Schools
Republic National Distributing Company
Stanley Black and Decker
Staunton City School
The Advisory Board Company
The Nature Conservatory
Union of Concerned Scientists
Unity Health Care
University of Minnesota
Wake Forest University