Pre-College Conference Registration


Thank you for volunteering your services for the Virtual Experience of Showcase of HBCU College-Career Fair and Education First Pre-College Conference. This registration form is to confirm your conversation with a team member and commitment to facilitate a virtual class(es) for this year’s conference. 

The Showcase of HBCU will be held on November 14th from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm.

For our Pre-College Conference Schedule, we will list the presenter and class description. Please provide your employer, job title, the class description and a headshot photo to be included in the conference program.

** Please upload and submit your information on this form by no later than Tuesday, October 5th.
  • Volunteer Registration - Pre-College Conference Classes

  • Class Facilitator Information

  • Please upload a headshot that can be included in the conference program.

  • Class Information

  • Please provide a description of the class to be included in the conference program. At least two to three sentences.

  • Event Information

    Thursday, November 14, 2024
    Kentucky International Convention Center
    Halls A and B • 2nd Floor
    221 S. Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202
    8:00 a.m. — DOORS OPEN at KICC
    9:00 am – 10:00 a.m. — REGISTRATION & SETUP
    10:00 am – 2:30 p.m. — THE SHOWCASE OF HBCU

  • Volunteer Timeframe

    Please indicate a time frame when you will be available to facilitate your class.

  • Volunteers must be able to commit two hours of time to the pre-college conference classes.

  • Volunteer Registration with JCPS is also required.

    *Once you submit this form you will be redirected to the JCPS website in order to complete and submit a volunteer registration form that is required by the county.

    If you have volunteered with JCPS within the past five years, and already completed the volunteer registration form than you will not need to complete a new background check.


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