2020 Maryland Career Consortium Career Fair
Friday, June 19, 2020 | 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Eastern

Employer Registration
Student Registration

Join us virtually for the 2020 Maryland Career Consortium (MCC) Career Fair. This event will give opportunities for experienced professionals, recent graduates, and student interns to further explore employment options as well as discover ways to achieve their career goals!

Employers will have the capability to:

  • Text and video chat with students
  • Distribute sharable documents, videos and other content to booth visitors
  • List open positions on a job board and collect applications online or on your own career portal
  • View the candidate’s profile and add notes or tags when chatting with them
  • Easily review applicant data and conveniently download resumes

Students will have the capability to:

  • Network with professionals
  • Meet companies who are hiring
  • Apply to open roles
  • Save and download content within their virtual "swag bag" for future reference
  • Easily share and submit your resume to positions of interest
Celebrating Juneteenth

As we enter our virtual job fair, we ask our students, alumni, staff, and employers to take a moment to reflect on the significance of this date, June 19. Barack Obama put it best in 2015, when he said:

“On this day 150 years ago, more than two years after President Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, the slaves of Galveston, Texas finally received word that the Civil War was over. They were free.  A century and a half later, Americans still recognize this occasion, Juneteenth, as a symbolic milestone on our journey toward a more perfect union.  So, no matter our color or our creed, no matter where we come from or who we love, today is a day to find joy in the face of sorrow, to count our blessings and hold the ones we love a little closer.  And tomorrow is a day to keep marching.” June 15, 2015 President Barack Obama United States in observance of Juneteenth, June 19.”

MCC celebrates this day. We are in solidarity with our Black students, alumni, faculty and staff, and disavow the structural racism that persists to this day. Through today's career fair and all of our programs, we remain committed to economic justice and equitable access to employment opportunities.

To learn more about Juneteenth, we direct you to the following resources:

  1. https://www.tolerance.org/magazine/teaching-juneteenth
  2. https://www.pbs.org/wnet/african-americans-many-rivers-to-cross/history/what-is-juneteenth/
  3. https://obamawhitehouse.archives.gov/the-press-office/2015/06/19/statement-president-observance-juneteenth