This virtual event is tailored to high school juniors and seniors, parents, guidance counselors, administrators, and is always FREE to the public!
College and Career Fair is a three-day event designed for high school students to explore college and career possibilities, gather scholarship information, and discover financial aid opportunities.
While this event has traditionally been held in-person, the COVID-19 virus has presented many challenges. Thus, we are partnering with Go To College Fairs to host a virtual event that will allow students and families to:
- Uncover new college and career options through a robust search tool
- Experience virtual campus tours
- Watch videos and download materials helpful for the decision process
- Schedule meetings and interviews with admissions representatives
- Chat online with admissions representatives
Each college and career vendor will create a virtual booth with informational materials and the ability to receive leads, answer questions, schedule meetings, and provide resources. Learn More
To participate in the fair and live speaker sessions, students must register beginning August 31, 2020. Please check back for a link to the registration page on August 31, 2020.
In addition to financial aid seminars, a comprehensive booklet, “A Guide To Grants, Scholarships and Loans,” published by the Junior League, will be available online during and after the event and includes information on federal, state, and local scholarships, grants, and loans. *Scholarship information is subject to change and should be confirmed by the applicant
The Junior League of Montgomery will also award a $500 scholarship to one River Region junior or senior high school student attendee who visits 10 or more booths between September 14 and 16, 2020.
Details and Qualifications
A drawing for the $500 scholarship will be posted on Facebook after the fair. To enter for a chance to win, you must register and attend College and Career Fair and be a high school junior or senior student residing and attending school in Autauga, Crenshaw, Elmore, Lowndes, Macon, Montgomery, or Pike County. The drawing winner must submit proof of eligibility to receive the $500 scholarship. The Junior League of Montgomery reserves the right to refuse an award for any reason.