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Sat, Nov 13

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Riverbank State Park Gym

New York Urban League College and Career Fair

The New York Urban League is excited to be back in person to present the 2021 College & Career Fair this year! With the new addition of a Career component, we are excited to expand our support to welcome College Seniors looking for their next Internship, Employment, and Career opportunities.

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New York Urban League College and Career Fair
New York Urban League College and Career Fair

Time & Location

Nov 13, 2021, 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM EST

Riverbank State Park Gym, 679 Riverside Dr, New York, NY 10031, USA

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About the event

The New York Urban League 2021 College & Career Fair will work to support our students and community most recently impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic. High School Seniors and recent graduates as well as College Seniors and recent Alumni are especially invited to attend our event this year on Saturday, November 13, 2021, from 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM. This fair is presented in partnership with the New York Urban League Young Professionals.

  • Participants will have access to:
  • College admissions representatives, alumni, and staff, along with on-the-spot college admissions and scholarship resources (High School Seniors & Recent High School Graduates)
  •  Employment Partners & Recruiters for Internship, Employment & Career Advancement opportunities and Networking (College Seniors & Recent Alumni)

In addition, there will also be workshops and guest speakers with a focus on helping students gain the knowledge and tools to navigate the higher education process.

The day will include interactive workshops on college admissions, applying for financial aid, researching scholarships, finding the right college, preparing for the first year in college, as well as meeting with HBCU representatives, some of which will provide on-site admissions, fee waivers, and scholarship awards.

To date, 1,513 students have been admitted on-site, 2,358 fees waived, more than $2,534,000 awarded to 489 students.

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