What is the Working While Black Expo?

The Working While Black Expo is an event designed to showcase work opportunities through an apprenticeship fair; and teach people how to navigate the Black worker experience through workshops, lectures and exhibits.

Why do we need this?

The Working While Black Expo is a safe space to talk about Black worker progress and cooperation, while building community, reflecting on where we have been, and focusing on mobilizing and organizing to develop solutions to current challenges.

Who should attend?

If you are looking for employment opportunities, networking opportunities, professional development, or a space to connect with other Black workers, this event is for you. It doesn’t matter if you are college student, or a seasoned professional; an hourly employee or an executive. This expo is for Black workers across all industries and pay grades who want to discuss their shared experiences, connect with others, empower themselves, advance Black worker rights and gain economic justice. This event is open to the public.

Where is the Expo being held?

The Expo is being held inside the Physical Education Complex at Coppin State University.
Address: 2500 W North AveBaltimore, Maryland 21216
Map: https://goo.gl/maps/Bq1aQ5v59v5kFjcH9

How much are the tickets?

One Day Passes are $15.00 and Two day passes are $20.00
If you would like to attend, but cost is a barrier; please email [email protected] to inquire about ticket scholarships or donated tickets.

What types of workshops will there be?

This event will feature more than 15 workshops covering a variety of topics. Please visit our Tracks and Sessions and Speakers pages for more information