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Name: FutureQuest 2017: 7th and 8th Grade Career Expo
Date: December 6, 2017
Time: 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM CST
Event Description:

It's never too early to prepare for the future! Madison Metropolitan School District and the Dane County School Consortium are looking for businesses, organizations and non-profits across industries and sectors to participate in the first-ever FutureQuest on Wednesday, Dec. 6 at the Alliant Energy Center.

FutureQuest is a Dane County-wide career expo for seventh- and eighth-grade students looking to explore and prepare for future career opportunities. At FutureQuest, you can showcase your business to more 5,300 students and provide students with information about career opportunities in their field, as well as hands-on demonstrations.

Register here to invest in our future. For more information about the event, or if you can't have an exhibit but would like to volunteer, please contact Marshall Behringer at the Chamber or click here

Career Clusters/Industries Sought:
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources;
Business Management and Administration;
Education and Training;
Architecture and Construction;
Finance;
Government and Public Administration;
Manufacturing;
Arts, A/V, and Communication;
Information Technology;
Human Services;
STEM;
Hospitality, Lodging, and Tourism;
Marketing, Sales, and Service;
Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security;
Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics;
Health Science

Audience:
5300 7th and 8th grade students in Dane County, looking to learn about different careers and industries. What they learn at FutureQuest will help them decide what courses to take in high school and how to prepare for their postsecondary ambitions.

Exhibitor Details:

  • Up to two representatives per exhibit
  • 10x10 display space with 3x6 table
  • Electricity and Wifi will be available
  • Two lunches will be provided per exhibit
  • Bring display aids, information to share, and plan a hands-on activity for students that relates to your industry or the professions you're featuring
 
Location:
Location:
Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center
1919 Alliant Energy Center Way
Madison, WI 53713

Parking:
Designated exhibitor parking will be available at the Alliant Energy Center.
Date/Time Information:
Date:
Dec 6, 2017

Time:
    Setup 7-7:45a
    Event: 8:00a - 3:30p
Contact Information:
Marshall Behringer
Fees/Admission:
Registration:
Register here. There is a $100 fee to cover costs. Your business may purchase exhibits in multiple areas to highlight opportunities across career clusters; purchase each exhibit separately and indicate what industries or career clusters you'd like each exhibit to present.
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