|Employer Registration Information|
Registration fees include 1 6ft table with white tablecloth, 2 representatives, a box lunch, and parking on campus.
Standard Registration fee: $225
Non-Profit Registration fee: $150
Registrations are accepted through ePACK.
To create an account or log in click here. A link to register is visible on the homescreen. Please note, that new accounts must first be approved before you will be able to register for the Career Expo.
The event will be held in the newly renovated Talley Student Union.
Shipping Your Display
If you would like to ship materials to the Career Expo, please use the following address. All shipments for the Expo must be received no later than Monday October 20th:
Hold for CALS Career Expo
Thursday October 23, 2014
ATTN: Ashley McCreery
(Include your company's name if being shipped by a 3rd party)
NC State University
Talley Student Union
2610 Cates Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27695
If items are being shipped back, please ensure that you have arranged pick up with a shipping company. Make sure to package the boxes with completed prepaid shipping labels.
**We cannot leave any materials in this building as it is in use by other campus groups. We appreciate your assistance in this matter. Please have all displays picked up by 6:00pm.
Registered employer representatives will be sent instructions for printing a pass for the Coliseum parking deck two weeks prior to the event.
More About CALS Students
The College of Agriculture & Life Sciences has almost 4,000 enrolled in associate, bachelor's, master's, and PhD degree programs.
Associate of Applied Science
|Bachelor's degree programs:||Graduate degree programs:|
Agribusiness Management with Horticulture Concentration
Field Crops Technology
Livestock and Poultry Management
Ornamentals and Landscape Technology
Agricultural Business Management
Agricultural and Environmental Technology
Plant and Soil Science
Soil and Land Development
Agricultural and Extension Education
Agricultural Resource Economics
Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Family Life & Youth Development
Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology
Food Science and Nutrition