Your Opportunities

  • Registration

    Registration for the HBCU Career Development Marketplace is always free for students and faculty. See your career services director for information about registration, transportion and accommodations.

  • Workshops

    This year’s workshops combine speaker presentations with interactive group sessions so you gain valuable information as well as tangible experience. Check back soon to view a list of this year's workshop topics and speakers.

  • Career Fair

    Use your hands-on workshop experience to market yourself, ask the best questions and meet corporate professionals. This is a great opportunity to network with recruiters and companies, so dress to impress and make sure you have your resume on hand!

  • Town Hall

    Speak informally with experienced HBCU alumni from key industries. This is your chance to discuss your ideas with HBCU graduates in similar fields and learn from their personal experience.

What to Expect

The HBCU Career Development Marketplace, Inc. is focused on getting you what you need to be successful in your chosen career field. You will be meeting with potential employers and experienced professionals and with that, you want to look your best. Get ready to take your attire and your resume to the next level! For tips on presentation and preparation find us on facebook and follow us on twitter!

Our Goal

Our goal for this event is to create a positive experience that will allow minority students the opportunity to network with HBCU graduates and seasoned professionals, as well as to acquire valuable knowledge and tools necessary to ensure success in corporate America.

Participant Testimonials

  • The most important thing to me was the range in lifelong lessons as well as advice regarding matriculation in specific fields. This conference also provided great opportunities for networking.
    Chinnetta Buford (Savannah State University)
  • I would recommend this conference to others because it allows you to be exposed to a cultivating experience, all expense paid to be able to network and establish connections that lead to mentoring and employment.
    Charsi McWhorter (Savannah State University)