Meet face-to-face with 800-900 educators, career counselors and other decision makers
Plan now to get your message out to Careers Conference 2012 participants! Exhibit dates are January 31-February 1, 2012.
You'll reach career counselors, educators at all levels, and careers professionals of all types -- all at a very reasonable price when compared to other national conferences.
Exhibitor prospectus and registration form (pdf file)
Exhibits are planned with your needs in mind...
Benefits for vendors:
Exhibits located in high-traffic areas... not in an out-of-the-way exhibit hall
Plenty of opportunities to interact with participants throughout the day
Breaks and continental breakfast served in the exhibits area
Product demonstration sessions available
Your choice of exhibit location (while they last)
You can sell on the floor
Excellent setup and location... there are no "bad" booth locations!
- The Careers Conference provides information on resources, products, and services through table-top exhibits located in heavy traffic areas of the conference.
Consider sponsorship for added visibility
Sponsorship levels are:
- Platinum $5000
Careers Conference 2012 Exhibitor Prices
(no increase over last year!)
Consider the following additional services!
||L-Shaped Booth (4 ft)
*Conference registration for two people is included in exhibitor booth fees. Additional attendees must pay registration fees.
Email us to receive a full exhibitor prospectus.
2012 Exhibitor Information:
ASVAB Career Exploration Program
Rep: Mike Varney and Maureen French
11050 W Liberty Dr
Milwaukee, WI 53224
The ASVAB Career Exploration Program is a comprehensive career exploration and planning program that includes a multiple-aptitude test battery, interest inventory, and various career
planning tools designed to help students in grades 10-12 explore the world of work at no cost.
Rep: Mary Waters and Ron Biondo
1604 Dunstan Rd
Geneva, IL 60134
CAERT, Inc. and the Illinois State Board of Education’s web-based CTE materials are available through www.mycaert.com. Materials include lesson plans aligned to Common Core, academic,
and workplace standards, an accompanying PowerPoint, student text materials, and auto-graded assessments. An easy-to-use online matrix tool documents the standards met by the materials.
Rep: Jennifer Stark
6502 Grand Teton #104
Madison, WI 53729
Career Cruising is a leader in career development and education planning for schools, K-12. Our product, ccEngage, is currently used in over 19,000 schools, centers, and libraries. We’re
in all 50 states and all 10 provinces in Canada. ccEngage enables you to excite and engage your students.
Career Development Network
Rep: Dick Knowdell and Bobbi Floyd
PO Box 611930
San Jose, CA 95161
The Career Development Network conducts career development training and certification programs in North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. Since 1994, over 6,000
career practitioners have completed the Job and Career Transition Coach Certification workshop. Since 2006 the Network has been training Career Development Facilitators (CDF) and Instructors
Rep: Mary Sommers and Matt Paupore
6785 Valiant Dr
Windsor, WI 53598
Cengage Learning is as committed to helping your students succeed in the classroom. With the trusted names of Course Technology, Delmar, and South-Western, Cengage Learning is the premier
publisher focusing on your business, career, and technology curriculum. The diverse selection of student and teacher learning solutions feature up-to-date content combined with the latest technology.
Gale, part of Cengage Learning, is a world leader in e-research and educational publishing for libraries, schools, and businesses. Our partnership with ASCD and ISTE brings premier professional
development materials to you and your teachers.
Center on Education and Work
Rep: Amy Rivera
1025 W Johnson St, Rm 964
Madison, WI 53706
The Center on Education and Work (CEW) is a research, technical assistance, and resource provider within the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Established in 1964,
the Center has a rich tradition of assisting educators and career development practitioners with program evaluation, qualitative and quantitative research, professional development training,
and career resources. CEW is the host of the annual Careers Conference, and the creator of the WiscCareers and CareerLocker online career information systems.
Rep: Rebecca Hansen
PO Box 7234
San Diego, CA 92167
EdITS has been the leader in career guidance and instructional material for over 40 years. EdITS features both the COPSystem career assessments (which relate interests, abilities, and values
to occupation) and CERES (which integrates career education throughout the curriculum) EdITS currently is in the process of beta testing its online version of the COPS Interest Inventory, the
CAPS ability battery, and the COPES values survey. In addition to the career guidance material, EdITS has various measures of personality, self-concept, and study attitudes.
Rep: Denise Reichel and James Walsh
18604 W Creek Dr
Tinley Park, IL 60477
Unlock the potential with products from Goodheart-Willcox Publisher to help your students achieve success. Goodheart-Willcox textbooks and multimedia target skill development, problem solving,
and critical thinking. Here’s your key to successful teaching!
Her Own Words, LLC
Rep: Jocelyn Riley
PO Box 5264
Madison, WI 53705-0264
The DVDs and posters in the Her Own Words series on Women in Nontraditional Careers feature women working in agriculture, engineering, building and highway construction, the automotive industry,
firefighting, policing, machining, electronics, and welding. The women speak directly to the audience in their own voices and in their own words.
Rep: Athena Wampler
875 Montreal Way
St. Paul, MN 55102
JIST Publishing is an authority on the topics of career, job search, business, and families in crisis. JIST materials help people help themselves in career and life by offering practical,
self-directed products and training tools that are used in employment and training, corrections, education, business, counseling, therapy, and school settings.
Rep: Susan Turgeson
667 E Vine
PO Box 1022
Owatonna, MN 55060
Learning ZoneXpress is your top source for innovative educational products on business, financial literacy, transferrable job skills, and careers in hospitality/tourism, human services,
early childhood, fashion, interior design, and more. Learning ZoneXpress resources – DVDs, posters, lesson plans, curriculums, games, PowerPoint presentations, and handouts – help
you turn challenges into opportunities.
Life Skills Education
Rep: Suzannah Ciernia and Kevin Krein
314 Washington St
Northfield, MN 55057
This national publisher is a company with 30+ years experience serving educators in workforce development, human services, corrections, the military, and more.
Rural Health Careers in Wisconsin
Rep: Jo Anne Preston
880 Independence Ln
Sauk City, WI 53583
Rural Health Careers in Wisconsin hosts a free career website connecting students and job seekers to job shadowing and jobs in rural Wisconsin health care settings. It’s one-stop shopping
for careers/career exploration in physical therapy, pharmacy, nursing, lab, radiology, and other health careers.
Vocational Research Institute
Rep: Debbie Gordon and Tim Whitney
1845 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103
CareerScope is a valid, reliable, and objective interest and aptitude assessment available on CD or online. CareerScope recommendations are based on the Department of Labor and Department
of Education standards. It provides the basis for selecting the most appropriate education/training program and developing transition, training, and employment retention plans. Ask about a free
Wisconsin Career Development Association (WCDA)
Rep: John Pritchett
892 Main St
Pewaukee, WI 53072
People in the state of Wisconsin recognize and acknowledge the importance of career development and career self-management throughout the lifespan. They promote the significance through
a greater focus in business, community, and education systems, through increased funding and greater support for individuals in the workplace. WCDA priorities in the state of Wisconsin are to
establish partnerships with other organizations, institutions, and individuals to promote career development and career self-management.