UNIVERSITY & HIGH SCHOOL EXHIBITS


What to Expect at the University & High School Exhibits


All high school delegates and university delegates registered for the Annual IC3 Conference will have a table in the High School Exhibit or the University Exhibit. The exhibits include a table-style set-up with one group exhibiting at the tables, and the other group walking around the room to talk with each exhibitor.

Organizations or consortiums will not exhibit. Only universities and high schools will have tables at the University Exhibits and the High School Exhibits.

NOTE: These exhibits do not involve students; they are a special opportunity for university delegates to network and speak with the high school delegates, and vice versa. The only people attending the exhibits are conference registrants.


University Exhibits

Universities/colleges each have a table, with their representative(s) standing behind the table and displaying their materials. High school delegates walk around the room to visit the university tables and speak with university delegates.

Recommendations for Table Set-Up

  • Small “drape cloth” (horizontal banner/table cover, suggested 2-foot width) with your university’s name/logo/branding
  • Business cards (about 250-350 quantity)
  • Brochures/flyers/materials with information about your university, to share with high school delegates (about 150-250 quantity)
  • Small table-top banners or other small display items to represent your university (such as a small sign, mascot, special item) or nominal “giveaways” (OPTIONAL)
  • Please only bring materials and giveaways that are small and lightweight. Remember you will need to be able to travel with all items (as will all other attendees!)
  • Please do not bring large floor-based banners
  • In general, be mindful of limited space for display on your table – minimal is OK!

NOTE: Actual use of all materials may vary. Use your own judgment based on previous experience. The suggested number of materials provided here is just a "best estimate" and based on average. If your university typically uses a lot of material, err on the maximum end of the range. If you typically do not use a lot of material, err on the minimum end of the range.


High School Exhibits

High schools each have a table, with their representative(s) standing behind the table and displaying their materials. University delegates walk around the room to visit the high school tables and speak with high school delegates.

Recommendations for Table Set-Up

  • Small “drape cloth” (horizontal banner/table cover, suggested 2-foot width) with your high school’s name/logo/branding
  • Business cards (about 250-350 quantity)
  • Brochures/printed profiles/materials with information about your school, to share with university delegates (about 150-250 quantity)
  • Small table-top banners or other small display items to represent your school (such as a small sign, mascot, special item) or nominal “giveaways” (OPTIONAL)
  • Please only bring materials and giveaways that are small and lightweight. Remember you will need to be able to travel with all items (as will all other attendees!)
  • Please do not bring large floor-based banners
  • In general, be mindful of limited space for display on your table – minimal is OK!
  • Bring your school calendar along!

NOTE: Actual use of all materials may vary. Use your own judgment based on previous experience. The suggested number of materials provided here is just a "best estimate" and based on average. If your school typically uses a lot of material, err on the maximum end of the range. If you typically do not use a lot of material, err on the minimum end of the range.


Tips for Attending Exhibits

  • Bring a water bottle – you will get thirsty with constant talking to so many people!
  • Wear comfortable shoes as you will be standing/walking
  • Don’t be shy – this is your opportunity to network and talk with the other delegates; make the most of the time