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Spelman College Education Department's
2023 Future Educator's Career Fair

March 21, 2023
11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Albert E. Manley Student Center Upper Concourse

NOTE: Space is limited

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Preparing for the Educator's Fair

Employer Table Dimensions

  • Display tables are 6’x18”
  • Due to space limitations, all display materials must fit within these dimensions
  • Please measure your display to make sure that it does not exceed this width or length


Check payments must be received to confirm complete registration

Shipping Materials

Feel free to ship your career fair materials to the following address:

Education Department
Education Department Future Educators’ Fair
c/o Loretta Moore
Spelman College
350 Spelman Lane, S.W. Box 63
Atlanta, GA 30314

On the day of the fair, if you have already shipped materials, they will be placed on the table unopened prior to your arrival. If you have materials leftover after the fair that needs to be shipped, the campus mail center located next to the Manley Student Center can assist you. Please have a return label prepared for the shipment. If you are sending a package overnight prior to the day of the fair, please understand you are at risk of not receiving the box until midday, as our post office does not open until noon.


Parking fees are not included in the registration fee. Parking may be limited due to other activities taking place on campus. The fee for both the Spelman and Morehouse parking deck is $3 per day. The closest parking deck to the Manley Center is located on Spelman’s campus.

If you are planning to use a GPS system to direct you to campus, it’s best to use 440 Westview Drive S.W., Atlanta 30310 as the input address. That address will bring you directly to our more easily accessible Westview/Lee Street entrance. Upon entering the campus, there is always a security guard on duty. He or she can direct you to the Manley Student Center.


Complimentary wireless internet will be available. However, please be cognizant that the connection may fluctuate throughout the day.


There are a limited number of outlets on the concourse. Furthermore, many tables will not be in close proximity to the outlets. If you happen to be situated at a table near an outlet, you will need to bring your own extension cord.

Set-up Time

You are welcome to begin setting up your display table at 9:30 a.m. in Manley Student Center.



You will have to take the stairs or walk around the Manley Student Center to enter through the back entrance to gain entry to the upper concourse. You will be responsible for getting materials from your vehicle to the Manley Center. Unfortunately, assistance may not be available.


If you have any questions, please contact Loretta Moore at or at


Educators Who Stand on the Foundation of Service Leadership

As the nation’s oldest and most renowned historically Black college for women, Spelman College’s fundamental foundation is to educate women and develop educators. From elementary to higher education, Spelman has cultivated education leaders who serve the world. In the introduction of the College’s 100th anniversary book, "Spelman: a centennial celebration 1881-1981," Beverly Guy-Sheftall references a journalist’s “assertion” made during the College’s 50th anniversary: “No history of women’s education in America would be complete without the story of Spelman.”
  • Spelman alumna Kathaleena Edward Monds
    Kathaleena Edward Monds, Ph.D., C’86, is professor of management information systems and founding director of the Albany State University Center for Educational Opportunity.
  • Spelman alumna Valerie Camille Jones
    Valerie Camille Jones, Ed.D., C’2000, was recently honored with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, which is America’s highest honor in math and science for teachers.
  • Spelman alumna Brittany K. Kemp
    Brittany K. Kemp, Ed.S., CCC-SLP, C’2007, is a nationally certified and state licensed speech-language pathologist. She is an Atlanta native whose passion to serve others began at an early age when she began attending therapy sessions with her father, who suffered a mini stroke.
  • Andrea Lewis
    Andrea Lewis, Ph.D., C’96, earned a master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a doctorate from Georgia State University after graduating summa cum laude from Spelman.
  • Nicole Taylor
    Nicole Taylor, Ph.D., C’2004, is an associate professor at Spelman College in the education department. She earned her doctorate from Georgia State University in educational psychology with a concentration in language and literacy.
  • Victoria Seals, C'91
    Victoria Seals, Ed.D., C’91, is the sixth president of Atlanta Technical College. She previously held several leadership roles at Gwinnett Technical College, including vice president for academic affairs.
  • Celeste Watkins-Hayes
    Celeste Watkins-Hayes, Ph.D., C’96, is a professor of sociology and African American studies at Northwestern University. She is an author and educator widely credited for her research on public policies and governmental agencies targeting low-income families.
  • Spelman alumna Nikki Youngblood Giles
    Nikki Youngblood Giles, Ed.D., C’2000, is vice dean for campus life and was previously dean for Beyond Barnard, Barnard College’s newest initiative supporting students and alumnae as they define, pursue and achieve success in their careers and communities.
  • Professor Teri McMurtry-Chubb Speaks at Spelman College
    Teri A. McMurtry-Chubb, J.D., C’95, is a professor of law at Mercer University Law School, and currently on leave at the University of Illinois Chicago John Marshall Law School as a visiting distinguished professor of law. She researches, teaches, and writes in the areas of critical rhetoric, discourse and genre analysis, and legal history.

To celebrate the 130th anniversary of Spelman College's Teacher Preparation Program, we want to hear from Spelman alumnae in the education industry. Please let us know what you are doing now and how your experience at Spelman informed your choices.   

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Education in Action

We Want to Hear From Our Spelman College Educators


Mission Statement

The Education Department promotes academic excellence in the development and preparation of students to be change agents in the field of education. We desire for our graduates to be innovative teachers, experienced professionals and educational leaders, who have a commitment to the improvement and sustainability of schooling and the development of children and adolescents. We support our students as they become critical thinkers and researchers who improve learning locally, nationally, and globally; and are committed to promoting this through the classroom environment, field-based, and experiential learning opportunities.

The Education Department offers the following majors: