Career Fair / Graduate School Showcase

Hosted in partnership by: BEA, NAB, NABLF, RAB RTDNA & SMPTE

Tuesday, April 18 | 10:00 am – 2:00 pm | LVCC Rooms W322-327

NAB Show will host the industry-wide Career Fair on Tuesday, April 18th. The event will match high-quality candidates of all job levels to potential employers and graduate schools for those looking to advance their career/education. Job seekers will have the opportunity to meet with major industry recruiters including CBS News, Hearst Television and ION Media. Admission is free for job seekers, but registration is required. Recruiters will have the chance to fill open positions and receive Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) credit for their participation.

This year’s career fair will cover a diverse range of interests to reflect NAB Show’s audience.

Advertising • Audio • Broadcast • Cable • Cybersecurity • Digital • Education • Engineering • eSports • Film • Gaming • Live Events • Online Video • Podcasting • Post-Production • Radio • Social Media • Sports • Television

Traditionally, BEA’s convention attracts over 1,300 media faculty members to learn and see the latest advances in the field from the perspectives of educators and professionals. We have over 400 students attend our conference alone each year and NAB Show has around a thousand attendees that attend the Career Fair each year.

The NAB Show, produced by the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), has 100,000 attendees traditionally each year and focuses on the entire spectrum of content creation and distribution. For more information on the NAB Show visit


Participate in the
Career Fair / Graduate School Showcase 

Corporate Recruiters:
The event will match high-quality candidates of all job levels to potential employers.

BEA Member Rate $200  
Non-BEA Member Rate $500  

Academic Institutions:

BEA member institutions are invited to host a table promoting their graduate school programs on Tuesday, April 18 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at the Las Vegas Convention Center West Hall.  The goal is to provide grad school information to….
–           Grad students interested in advancing their careers
–           Undergraduate students interested advancing their education
–           Professionals looking for an advanced degree