Frequently Asked Questions
What is a College2Career Fair?
Our fairs consist of a 2.5 hour out-of-state and international college recruiting event, held on a weekday, in a community center or other off-campus venue. Our goal is to provide quality higher education options to interested and qualified academic and career pathway program students.
When are College2Career Fairs held?
Our Fairs are scheduled for fall and spring, usually in October and April.
Which colleges and universities are invited to participate?
We exclusively invite accredited out-of-state and international colleges and universities. California colleges and universities, as well as private post- secondary institutions, are not invited to our fairs.
What type of students are invited to College2Career Fairs?
With over 45 years… in Los Angeles, San Bernardino and San Diego Counties, we connect to high quality programs.
We also invite high school… We also invite community college Honors, Transfer, International and veterans. (Same as programs we work with).
How many students typically attend a College2Career Fair?
Our average attendance at a fair is approximately 400 students. Typically, 15 to 20 high school counselors and academic/career advisory personnel accompany their students to our fairs.
Why should my college or university register for a College2Career Fair?
- No California Colleges will be at our fairs. We focus exclusively on Out-of-State and International College and University recruitment.
We invite only juniors and seniors to our Fall Fair season. Spring Fairs include sophomores, juniors and uncommitted seniors. Invited students are engaged in college-level academic and career pathway programs.
- We begin promoting your college by sharing information with participating high schools prior to the fair.
- Our free breakfast burritos and Starbucks coffee are to die for!
Are scanners provided to collect student interest cards?
We work with GoToCollegeFairs.com to provide scanner technology at our fairs. College Representatives who attended our Fall 2018 Fairs collected over 5,200 interest cards, most using the scanner option.