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In Honor of African American History Month
Celebrate Education and Honor the History and Legacy  of Historically Blacks Colleges & Universities
It is with Enthusiasm that we Celebrate Our
6th Annual Southern Maryland College & Career Fair

Friday, February 9, 2018
Dr. James A. Forrest Career & Technology Center
24005 Point Lookout Rd, Leonardtown, MD 20650

Hosted by: The St. Mary’s County Branch, NAACP in Partnership with St. Mary’s County Public Schools

Featuring: Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and Local Colleges.

Local and Surrounding Area High Schools,  Grades 9-12 and  College Students Transferring to Four Year Colleges Are Invited.

Doors Open:

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. St. Mary's County Public Schools
11:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m. Open to the Public and Surrounding Schools
All are Welcome to Attend !
We are honored to support our HBCU  as an investment in our history, our present, and especially our future, as we prepare to expose and launch so many students into their legacy. 

All recruiters must register (click here).


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Coppin State University

College of Southern Maryland

Culinary Institute of Virginia

St. Mary's College of Maryland

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy

Charles County Sheriff's Office

Xavier University of Louisiana

St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office

Savannah State University

Central State University

Bowie State University

Southern Maryland Higher Education Center

Johnson C. Smith University

Morehouse College

Capitol Technology University

Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative

Saint Vincent College

Norfolk State University

Grambling State University

Virginia State University

University of Maryland Eastern Shore

Morgan State University

Spelman College

.....and many, many more!

Although we have provided information below, feel free to contact us with any questions not addressed.

Frequently Asked Questions

Come “Well Prepared” for On-Site Admissions
What are on-site admissions?
On-site admissions are when college representatives admit students on the spot to their school.

What is required by the student in order to be considered for an on-site admission?
Students should bring several copies of the following to leave with college representatives:

  • Official transcript in a sealed high school envelope (One for each school applying to: 4-6 suggested)
  • SAT/ACT scores (printed copy)
  • Completed Application for each college of choice
  • Letter of recommendation
  • Essay (writing sample)
  • Most recent report card
  • Unofficial transcript (student’s copy)
  • High School resume
  • Application fee may be waived in some cases
  • Professional dress strongly recommended.

Talking to the recruiter

  • What makes your school great?
  • Do you have an honors college program?
  • Do you have athletic/specialty scholarships?
  • Are internships available?
  • What is the graduation rate?