Celebrate NACE’s 60th anniversary
The NACE Conference & Expo features professional development and networking opportunities, plus the chance to meet with nearly 100 exhibitors to find solutions to your most pressing challenges.
NACE16 is your opportunity to spark your thinking, give depth to your understanding, and take your learning to a new level. Along with the "how to," you’ll get the "why" and "what this means for you."
With sessions focused around key topics and issues, you’ll gain practical tools and guidance you can put into practice right away; you’ll also gain the insight you need to translate your expertise into strategy and vision, whether you lead the operation or are new to the field.
Take part in NACE16 for the latest! Explore how to spark innovation in your own operation and work. You’ll get the latest on forward-thinking practices, discover new tools that can help you work smarter, and learn how to envision the future and achieve it.
NACE16 is also a great venue for building and tapping into your professional network. Share challenges and issues, trade best practices, and get fresh ideas and perspectives from this vibrant community!
Exhibit at the NACE Conference & Expo
- Reach your target audience.
- Meet with key decision-makers face to face.
- Demonstrate your products and services to a focused audience.
- Build your brand and name recognition.
- Make valuable contacts.
Established in 1956, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) connects more than 5,200 college career services professionals at nearly 2,000 colleges and universities nationwide, and more than 3,000 HR/staffing professionals focused on university relations and recruiting.
NACE is the leading source of information on the employment of the college educated, and forecasts hiring and trends in the job market; tracks starting salaries, recruiting and hiring practices, and student attitudes and outcomes; and identifies best practices and benchmarks.
NACE provides its members with high-quality resources, research, and benchmarks; networking and professional development opportunities; and standards, ethics, advocacy, and guidance on key issues.