2024 MCC Career Fair
Monday, June 10, 2024 | 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM


The annual MCC Career Fair is your chance to reach thousands of top alumni and students from all MCC member institutions and more!


Registration Includes:

  • One 8-foot table with two (2) chairs
  • Registration for up to two (2) representatives, including lunch

Employer Registration Rates:

Employer Registration - $600.00

Non-Profit Registration - $400.00
The first twenty 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations may register at $400.  
*Non-profit certificate required.

Additional representatives - $30.00 per person

Employer registration has closed. We look forward to seeing everyone on June 10!

Cancellation Policy:

All cancellations must be made in writing and can be emailed to MCC Headquarters at [email protected]. No refunds will be made after May 20, 2024. Cancellations received prior to May 20, 2024 will be charged a $75 administrative fee.


Location / Parking

Johns Hopkins University
Ralph S. O'Connor Center for Recreation and Well-being

3400 N Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Click here for a campus map.

Parking: https://jhfre.jhu.edu/ts/parking/parking-options/
Refer to the Visitor Parking section. The closest garage to the Rec Center is San Martin Garage, but the South Garage is also an option.
Note: The Maryland Career Consortium is not be responsible for any parking tickets that may be issued.


Sponsorship Opportunities

Boost your organization's recruiting strategies by sponsoring the largest college and university career fair in the region. Select this option on the registration form if you'd like someone from MCC to reach about opportunities!


Shipping Booth Materials

Unfortunately, Johns Hopkins University does not have the capacity to accept boxes of materials. All items will have to be brought to the career fair day of.


Make the Most of the Fair

We know your time at the fair is important. Our goal is to help you reach the greatest number of students during your visit. To generate interest in your organization and have meaningful conversations with our attendees, we invite you to consider these ideas as you make plans to attend the MCC Career Fair:

  • Complete your registration form fully, carefully (i.e., avoid misspellings and typos), and according to directions; as what is ultimately shared with students comes directly from the online registration form.

  • Make a good first impression by making sure your organization's representatives are fully informed and prepared to talk with students about your organization, the position(s) you are recruiting for, and your hiring procedures/policies.

  • Consider bringing interesting give-a-ways or creating an exciting display in order to generate interest among candidates. If you are unable to accept resumes at the fair, you will want to be able to explain why, what the alternate application procedures are, and why it is still beneficial for students to speak with you at the fair. Many students seem to question the value of attending these events if they are repeatedly told to “just apply on our website” and supplying this information is a great way to build and maintain relationships with candidates.

  • Stand in front of your booth rather than sit at your table.

  • Don’t wait for students to approach you; consider asking open-ended, yet specific questions (i.e., “Are you interested in an IT career with the country’s leading software manufacturer?”)

  • Bring business cards and wear a name tag.

  • Set up your booth on-time, it is often the most motivated students who arrive earliest in the day.

  • Respond to all inquiries personally as soon as possible after the fair to reinforce your good image and to "strike the iron when it is hot."



For questions regarding the MCC Career Fair, please contact MCC Headquarters at [email protected].