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STEM ExhibitorRegistration

Registration Process

NACAC invites representatives from degree-granting accredited colleges, non-profit professional associations and organizations, student organizations, and businesses to provide information on STEM education and career opportunities to participate in the STEM College and Career Fair.

Registration Rates:

$450 per table


Registration Check List:

  1. Be sure you are eligible to participate.
  2. Review our terms and policies
  3. Understand what information should exhibitors be prepared to share.
  4. Complete the registration form.

2017 STEM College and Career Fairs Schedule:

 

Silicon Valley     

Sunday, October 8         

Santa Clara Convention Center – NEW LOCATION

 

New York City 

Sunday, October 15

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center – NEW LOCATION

 

Houston    

Sunday, November 5     

University of Houston, Student Center South 

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Why Should You Participate?

With 44 years of experience of conducting college fairs throughout the country, the association is uniquely positioned to engage both secondary counselors and college admission professionals in the development and delivery of STEM college and career fairs.

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Terms and Guidelines

Information about eligibility, compliance, cancellations and refunds.

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Related Information

Learn more about lead retrieval, exhibitor guidelines and how to prepare for the fair!

Lead Retrieval

All National College Fair programs offer lead retrieval technology. The registration fee includes one scanner per table to collect leads from the event.

Exhibitor guidelines

Exhibitor guidelines are in place to provide a professional, positive, and safe environment for exhibitors and attendees.

What information should exhibitors be prepared to share?

First time exhibiting at a NACAC STEM College and Career Fair? We've got you covered!

What makes STEM College and Career Fairs special? Students and college reps talk about why they attend.