Saint Louis University – Busch Student Center
20 North Grand Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63103
Sunday, March 4, 2018
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Exhibitor Set-Up Hours:
Sunday, March 4, 2018
11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Transportation, Directions and Parking:
Directions and Public Transit Information
Parking Information: Visitor parking will be in the Laclede Garage only. Please use the following information as your guide to the Laclede Garage: https://www.slu.edu/parking/visitor-parking.php
Exhibitor shipping services are being provided by Heritage Trade Show Services.
Material Handling Charge:
Exhibitor materials handled by Heritage Trade Show Services will be billed at a rate of $40.00 per carton, minimum $80.00. Heritage Trade Show Services will invoice exhibitors directly.
Exhibitor packages must be delivered between Friday, February 2, 2018 and Wednesday, February 28, 2018.
Make sure you take note of any tracking numbers and track your packages to ensure delivery.
Please clearly mark all packages as follows:
Heritage Trade Show Services
Attn: Freight Dept.
2322 S.7th St.
St. Louis, MO 63104
Hold for NACAC 2018 St. Louis STEM College and Career Fair
Sunday, March 4, 2018
There is no host hotel for this event.
NACAC and TeenLife Media have partnered to publish the print and digital 2018 Guide to STEM Colleges & Programs. This guide will be handed out to attendees at all three Spring 2018 STEM College and Career Fairs. Exhibitors must register by February 2nd to receive a free Basic Listing in the guide (see the 2017 Guide).
The publicity does not have to end with your participation in the fairs. TeenLife is offering exhibitors cost-effective, print and digital advertising packages that target your audience of students, parents, and counselors throughout the year. For more information contact Christine LeMaire at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anika Kwinana, Assistant Director, National College Fairs Programs and Services
National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)
Workshop Info & Fair Prep for Students
2018 St. Louis STEM College and Career Fairs
"STEMinar" Workshop Schedule*
From Idea to Execution – New Product Development for High School Entrepreneurs (1:15 p.m., 2:15 p.m., BSC 251)
Do you have an idea for a new product, but don't know how to commercialize it? This interactive discussion will allow you to pitch your new product idea to a product development professional and will walk you through options for spending the least amount of money and giving up the least amount of equity in the process. We will discuss funding sources for new products as well as for your education. Students will pitch their new product ideas on a first-come, first-serve basis. Students are also encouraged to bring props (drawings, renderings, etc.). Those not pitching ideas are welcome to come and ask questions.
Exploring Careers in Health Professions (1:15 p.m., BSC 253)
Are you interested in a career in health, but not sure which of the many fields would be the best fit for you? This interactive workshop will feature a panel of professionals in various sectors of health careers, including physical therapy, public health and clinical research, health information management and emergency medical training. Be prepared to ask questions to help you find the perfect career for your interests!
Inspiring Women in STEM (2:15 p.m., BSC 253)
Are you a woman wanting to enter a STEM career, or someone wondering how we can make STEM more inclusive? Join us for this panel discussion, featuring women from a wide variety of STEM careers. Come ready to ask questions and discuss why diversity matters in STEM sectors and what you can do to prepare for opportunities during your college years.
STEM and Tech in Media and Communications Careers (3:15 p.m., BSC 253)
Students today are familiar with media and digital communications, but most are unfamiliar with the scope and variety of STEM and Science career opportunities in media and communications fields. This interactive STEMinar and workshop features a panel of Communications STEM professionals discussing career paths and ladders in Communications Career areas such as audio production, visual effects, animation, game design, interactive digital media, digital publications, and broadcasting. Students receive hard copy, take-home biosketches that provide information on additional on-line resources for exploring individual STEM careers in media and communications, how to start now, and what education and skills
*All workshop topics and presenters are subject to change.
Fair Prep for Students and Parents
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