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 5-8, 2019 at The Hotel at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD.

Early Bird Discount

Complete our online exhibitor registration. Pay by our August 16th 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 or call 443-325-5020.

Please download exhibitor packet for registration and pricing for the 12th Annual Conference.

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        Before August 16, 2019        

         After August 16, 2019       

Reg Rate $950 $1150 
Gov Rate $750 $950 
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. 16th and $200 after Aug. 16th.


We would like to thank our 2018 HBCU Exhibitors


Abrams Foster Nole & Williams P.A.

Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts



AF Group


Albemarle County Public Schools

Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives

American Enterprise Institute

American Woodmark Corporation

AmeriCorps NCCC

Banneker Ventures

Boys’ Latin of Philadelphia

Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection

Capital One

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield


Charlottesville City Schools


City of Staunton/Staunton City Schools

Consumers Energy

Corvias at Howard University

Defense Contract Audit Agency

Defense Contract Management Agency

Department of Health and Human Services – NIH

Direct Supply

Dow Jones & Co.

Dow Jones & Co.



Erickson Living

Fairfax County Public Schools


Federal Housing Finance Agency


Fulton Financial Corporation


Herman Miller



International City/County Management Association

Kern High School District

Maryland Judiciary

Maryland Natural Resources Police

Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service

Montgomery County Public Schools

Muskegon-Heights Public Schools

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Neighborhood House Association

New York City Department of Correction

Norfolk Southern

NuVasive Inc.

NYC Civilian Complaint Review Board


Panasonic Corporation of North America

Prince William County Schools

Propel Schools


Rapid 7

Raymond James

Relay Graduate School of Education


Rock Island-Milan School District #41


Smithsonian Institution

Social Security Administration

Space Telescope Science Institute

St. Colletta of Greater Washington


The Wilderness Society

Trinity Health

Under Armour

Union of Concerned Scientists

University of Minnesota

United States Secret Service


US Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management

USC Viterbi School of Engineering

WESCO Distribution

Yakshna Solutions