World Languages Day Sept 2016

Become an Exhibitor

World Languages Day Exhibitor Form

Create a lasting impression, stand out from the rest, and support your organization’s efforts with CULTR. Please enter your information in the form below. We value your privacy and will not share your personal information. Thank you in advance for your time and we will reach out to you shortly.
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  • Booth/Table assignment

    Exhibitor hereby acknowledges and agrees that the license granted by the Owner is for the limited purpose of displaying and demonstrating equipment, supplies, or services in connection with the World Languages Day event at Georgia State University on September 29, 2017. Exhibition space on the day of the event will be assigned on a first-come, first served basis as determined by the date of receipt of this completed application and full payment of any applicable fees. Registration includes: 1) two exhibitor badges, 2) two exhibitor lunches and access to refreshment breaks planned by the organizer, 3) inclusion of exhibitor's organization name in the conference program, and 4) a parking pass for one vehicle. To insure inclusion in the event program, a fully executed copy of this Exhibition Agreement and full payment of any applicable fees must be received no later than Sept 15, 2017. Setup begins at 8:30 am and exhibitor commits to manning the booth until 12:00 pm. Preference for space assignment will be given to sponsoring exhibitors. Sponsorships help CULTR direct more support to teachers and schools and can defray the cost of school buses and substitute teachers, allowing more equitable school participation. For more information on becoming a sponsoring exhibitor, please visit our Sponsor Information Form.
  • Learn More About Becoming a World Languages Day Sponsor  

Send a powerful message to teachers and students regarding the importance of language learning, global skills, and diversity in your organization. Explore how to also become a World Languages Day Sponsor today.


Becoming an exhibitor is free! Calling on representatives from forward-thinking organizations, CULTR seeks exhibitors that can provide real-world experiences, open an honest dialogue about industry needs, and push for globally-minded skillsets for their potential employees.

 
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Registration includes:
 
1) Two exhibitor badges
 
2) Two exhibitor lunches and access to refreshment breaks planned by the organizer
 
3) Promotion of organization's name in the conference program
 
4) A parking pass for one vehicle.
 
*Exhibition space on the day of the event will be assigned on a first-come, first served basis as determined by the date of receipt of this completed application.

For additional information, please contact CULTR at cultr@gsu.edu.

 
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While higher education aims to produce graduates with the abilities companies need most, World Languages Day provides a head start and direct dialogue between young students and potential employers. Across the World Languages Day events, students have had the opportunity to meet and build relationships with these impressive organizations.

    • AFL-CIO
    • Alliance Francaise d'Atlanta
    • American Red Cross
    • Atlanta Convention and Visitor Bureau
    • Atlanta Institute for Diplomatic Leadership
    • Atlanta International Night Market
    • Brandon Hall School
    • Business Communication for Internationals-USA
    • Carter Center
    • CDC
    • CIA/OSE (Open Source Enterprise
    • CIBER/ Institute of International Business
    • Consulat Général de France
    • Consulate General of Japan in Atlanta
    • Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Atlanta
    • CPACS (Center for Pan Asian Community Services)
    • Delta Air Lines, Inc.
    • DEA
    • FBI
    • French American Chamber of Commerce Atlanta
    • Georgia Department of Economic Development: Workforce Division- Trade Five
    • Georgia Department of Education: World Languages and Global Workforce Initiatives
    • Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
    • Georgia State University
    • Grady Health System
    • GLOBE Academy
    • Go Eat Give
    • Goethe-Zentrum
    • Goodwill Industries of North Georgia
    • International Rescue Committee
    • Mango Languages
    • Manhattan Associates
    • Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs, Welcoming Atlanta
    • Mayor's Office of International Affairs, City of Atlanta
    • Mercedes-Benz
    • National Security Education Program - Boren Awards
    • Peace Corps
    • Porsche Cars North America, Inc.
    • St. Regis Hotels
    • Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce-Georgia
    • Telemundo Atlanta
    • U.S. Commercial Service
    • UPS
    • YMCA