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Industry Registration & FAQ's

The 2017 Engineering & Technology Expo is on
Wednesday, March 8th

The UL College of Engineering and the UL Student Chapter of the Louisiana Engineering Society, LES, would like to invite you to our annual Engineering and Technology Expo day on Wednesday, March 8, 2017! We are looking for exhibitors, volunteers, and sponsors for this event. This E&T Expo is an opportunity for potential students to tour UL’s College of Engineering and get a “close up” look at what UL has to offer in the fields of engineering and technology. It is also a great opportunity to for them to learn about possible careers, which is where our industry participants help out. Last year we hosted over 2,300 students, parents and teachers along with a few hundred volunteers and industry participants.

Forms Required for Participation

2017 E&T Industry Participant Registration Form

2017 Volunteer and Sponsorship Form

***Questions? Email LaShaun at engineering@louisiana.edu

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Engineering & Technology Expo?

It is our biggest recruiting event for potential engineering and industrial technology students. Many students come to the Expo to understand engineering and the differences in the various fields of engineering and technology. Teachers and parents use the Expo as a learning experience for their students and themselves.

What is industry needed for?

Industry makes up a crucial one-third of the actual Expo. We need industry volunteers for:

  • Industry exhibit booths
  • Sponsors to help us keep this awesome event free for everyone
  • Judges for contests
  • Inspiration for future engineering and technologists

How do industry participants & volunteers benefit from the Expo?

  • Networking with future engineers and other companies
  • A chance to meet the College of Engineering's faculty and staff
  • Find out what our UL students are learning
  • Build relationships with current students
  • Recruit future employees in a relaxed atmosphere
  • To inspire the youth of America to become problem solvers of the future
  • Community service

What does it cost to set up an industry booth?

There is no fee to participate.

What consists of an industry booth?

The Expo is similar to a career fair or trade show in a casual setting. The students would like to see something inspiring and exciting. You can offer advice, provide an interactive station, show a video, play a game, display equipment, or anything else that you think will get their attention.

How do I prepare for the Expo?

Tents, tables, and chairs are available on request on a first come first serve basis. We encourage you to bring your own tent and power cords if possible. If you need power, bring a minimum of one 10 ft. power cord. You should also bring water as you will be there for approximately 6 hours. If you would like to find out more about the actual Expo you can read about it here.

May I bring promotional material?

Yes! Plan accordingly. You will see anywhere between 1,500 - 2,500 students and volunteers between 7:30 AM and 12:30 PM, however, you are not expected bring mass amounts of giveaways. If you are limited, you can always ask the students to perform a task or play a game to earn a prize. If you would like to get a better understanding of what the students will experience, visit our Engineering & Technology Expo page.

Will parking be provided?

Yes. All registered participants will have access to complimentary on-campus parking provide that they follow the guidelines. Participants will receive specific instructions and a map approximately one week before the event. You will find a detailed explanation of parking and a map here.

When and where is the Expo held?

The 2017 E&T Expo Day is on Wednesday, March 8th and is held on the grounds of Madison and Rougeou Halls. Students and visitors will be there from 8:30 AM until 12:30 PM.

How do I sign up?

Complete the forms:

2017 E&T Industry Participant Registration Form
2017 Volunteer and Sponsorship Form

If you would like additional information about the Expo or sponsorship opportunities, please call LaShaun Bordelon at 337-482-5888 or email at engineering@louisiana.edu. Thank you for your interest in this fun and exciting event!