Career Council Inc. was founded in 1991 with the goal of helping under-represented high school students in their college selection process. National Hispanic College Fairs Inc.® was founded in 1998 to assist the rapidly growing Hispanic/Latino population in obtaining access to a college education. Today, CC/NHCF serves 125,000 students and 1,800 colleges/universities in over 50 locations across the United States every year.
Registration is now open for all Fall 2015 college fairs. Register now to secure a spot at your local fair, and enter to win free door prizes and promotional products from our sponsors.
Great Fair, Thanks, It was an outstanding event.
Thank you, great as usual, the fair was well organized and informative.
Fantastic job as usual. You guys are fabulous, It was great, nice flow of students.
We enjoy your college fair every year. Great! Large variety of schools.
Well done! Your staff is always great.
Great event as usual. Thank you for including us, great event for our students.
Great Fair! Good representation from all colleges. Thank you for extending this opportunity to our students.
Good idea and concept, thank you for your hospitality. Staff was super helpful and very personable.
Suburban Chicago, IL
New York, NY
Orange/Dutchess/Sullivan County, NY
Long Island, NY
Montgomery County, MD
Twin Cities, MN
Prince George County, MD
Dekalb County, GA
Gwinnett/Cobb/Fulton/Hall Counties, GA
San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose, CA
Los Angeles, CA
Orange County, CA
San Diego, CA
For more information about registering for one of our career fairs, please contact:
Northeast and Midwest
Peter Thompson at 800.562-3346
For all other College Fairs:
Peg Marcoline at: 888.655-6611
For more information about registering your High School for one of our fairs, please contact:
Lauralei Jancaric - 866.393.3050
Career Council, Inc.
National Hispanic College Fairs, Inc.®
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