Add talent, creativity, ingenuity, and diversity to your workforce by partnering to virtually recruit a Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, or Spelman College student.

Find the talent you need for this moment.

Through the Atlanta University Center Consortium Career Fair, companies, government agencies, and nonprofits have connected with the emerging professionals who now power their workforce not only through their competence, but from the cultural advantages which diversity brings. In 2020, as a precaution due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the career fair will be virtual using a robust online platform.

Through the virtual career fair, employers can:

» access student and alumni resumes
» match skills to open positions
» talk with students and alumni through streaming technology
» follow up quickly through digital tools

While in-person contact is a great way to make a connection, the AUCC 2020 Virtual Career reduces logistical and travel costs while allowing a broader range of the organization’s recruiting managers and associates the chance to interact with potential talent.

Cost: Click the registration link for costs and other details.

Frequently Asked Questions

(You can download a .pdf version of these FAQs here.)

Q: What is the preferred browser to use for the Career Fair?
A: Chrome (Version 83 and higher for Windows), Safari (screen sharing feature is limited) and Firefox.

Q: What video or audio equipment do I need for the Career Fair?
A: •  An internet connection – broadband wired or
wireless (3G or 4G/LTE)
• Speakers and a microphone – built-in or USB
plug-in or wireless Bluetooth
• Webcam or HD webcam (built-in or USB plug-in)

Q: How can I ensure that my video equipment works?
A: We recommend using the Testing Guide Document for Video Tests to test your video and audio in the browser that you plan to use on the day of the career fair, with the video and audio equipment you plan to use that day as well. Find the guide here.

Q: Where should I start on the day of the fair?
A:  Log into Handshake, go to “Fairs”, search for “AUCC” and click on the fair. You will live in your “Schedule” page for the day of the fair.

Q: How do create a schedule in Handshake?
A: Learn more about creating a schedule here.

Q: What happens if an employer representative has to cancel their attendance?
A: • The employer will need to cancel any specific sessions for that representatives and add a different person to the fair for one-on-one
• You also have the ability to “Transfer Schedules” to reassign the schedule to a different representative.

Q. What can I do to prepare for the day of the fair?
A. You can follow the steps in the Troubleshooting Guide here.

Q. How do I submit a problem during the fair?
A.  On the day of the fair, you can report issues directly to AUCC by emailing



Contact Us

For questions about pricing, deadlines, logistics, or other information, contact AUCC Career Services.

(404) 523-5148

156 Mildred Street SW, P.O. Box 92527, Atlanta, GA 30314

Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm; Sat-Sun: Closed; in-person visits to offices are temporarily suspended for all but essential personnel due to COVID-19 social distancing recommendations

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