The NW Youth Careers Expo allows you and your organization to connect with thousands of high school students and teachers from 75+ high schools across Oregon and Southwest Washington in a single day. Join us for our 20th anniversary! 

Registration is CLOSED for the 2024 Expo! Save the date for our 21st annual Expo: March 19, 2025, please contact if you have questions about exhibiting at next year's Expo.


The 20th anniversary Careers Expo will take place on Tuesday, March 19, 2024, at the Oregon Convention Center. Our 200+ exhibitors represent Oregon's leading employers, colleges and training centers. Many employers also support our year-round work by becoming official Expo sponsors

Click here for the 2024 Sponsor/Exhibitor Brochure.

Check out the 2024 NW Youth Careers Expo Sponsor/Exhibitor Brochure

Exhibitor rates

  • Private sector and government: $800 
  • For-profit education: $550
  • education and nonprofit: $400

Early Bird: Register by Friday, December 15, for a $100 discount!

Exhibitor rates include one 10x10 booth, pole-and-drape, a 6 foot table and two chairs, wi-fi, and 5-amps of electrical. Additional booth space and specialty electrical needs is available for purchase. 

Why Participate?

Grow your own workforce

We shop locally and eat locally. Why not hire locally? Invest today in young people who will become the workforce for tomorrow. Retirements are looming, recruitment is fierce, and many Oregon businesses need to strengthen and diversify their local pipeline of talent. The Expo lets you invest in your future workforce.

Support Oregon education

Oregon's high schools are full of promising and capable young people, but students and families are struggling after two years of pandemic challenges. Help inspire our students to graduate and find well-paying jobs by showing them pathways to great careers.

Showcase your company

The Expo attracts thousands of students from about 70+ high schools in Oregon and Southwest Washington. It draws the region’s most dynamic employers from every major industry. Political leaders, business owners, educators and the media come, too. Don’t be left out!