NW Youth Careers Expo
Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016
Oregon Convention Center

What's the Expo?

The annual NW Youth Careers Expo is the Northwest’s premier career-education event. In 2016, we're expecting about 6,500 high school students and 140+ exhibitors. The Expo shows students the region's amazing diversity of career opportunities, as well as the skills and education needed for those jobs.

The nonprofit Portland Workforce Alliance organizes the event. The Expo's goals are to connect employers to their future workforce and help students make informed, inspired decisions about their education after high school -- whether they choose a four-year university, community college or apprenticeship training center.

SEE A PHOTO GALLERY OF THE 2015 EXPO. 

WATCH A TWO-MIN VIDEO OF EXPO EXHIBITS.

What happens at the PWA Breakfast?

We kick off the Expo by celebrating the work of our partners over the year. Meet students who were inspired by our career opportunities and connect with leaders in business, education and government who want to raise our graduation rates and create a well-educated, prosperous and resilient workforce.

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How does the Expo support Oregon schools?

Oregon requires high schools to prepare students for college and career. The Expo helps students prepare for life after graduation by offering a rich career-learning experience, including hands-on demonstrations, mock interviews and many other ways for students to deepen their career exploration. See a list of participating schools.

Want to volunteer for mock interviews? Find out how.
More questions? Read our Expo FAQ.