2022 Student Employment Conference Attendee Information

Things to Do in Baltimore

Historic Neighborhoods:

Fells Point- One of the oldest neighborhoods in Baltimore, Fell’s Point was once a bustling shipbuilding port. Its visage has remained largely unchanged since its founding—picture Belgian block streets, waterfront restaurants, and cozy boutiques just a few blocks east of the Inner Harbor. Spend a day during your next visit to Baltimore exploring historic Fell’s Point. There are so many things to see, eat, do and enjoy in this walkable neighborhood.
Established in 1763, Fell’s Point is a city, state and National Historic District and boasts more than 300 buildings on the National Register, including the oldest standing residence in Baltimore City, the Robert Long House, which is open for tours by reservation. You can also learn about Fell’s Point’s history as home to the first African American-owned shipyard in the country at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park Museum. Walk the Belgian block streets, the original stone bricks brought over by trade ships from Europe to Broadway Market, a year-round indoor market built in 1786 that houses a number of international delicacies and local treats.  Once you’re done, stop for a drink at the city’s oldest bar, The Horse You Came In On Saloon (rumored to be Edgar Allan Poe’s last stop before his mysterious death).

Check out great places to eat in Fells Point

Water Activities on the Inner Harbor:

If you’re more into modern-day adventures, try a tour with Hornblower Cruises or Cruises on the Bay by Watermark, or catch the view from the Baltimore Water Taxi or a Chessie Dragon Paddle Boat.


Don't Forget to Pack

  • Business Cards
  • Laptop and Phone
  • Chargers
  • Water Bottle
  • Layers! (those rooms can get chilly!)
  • University swag for an exchange event
  • Silent Auction Item(s)

Check-in Information

Registration will be open for the conference beginning at 7:30 am Wednesday, October 26 in the Maryland Suite Foyer, 2nd Floor of the Hyatt Regency Inner Harbor. Your name badge and lanyard will be provided at check-in! Also, we encourage you to download the conference app so you can stay up today on any changes, see fellow attendees, check out the programming guide, and more!

Conference Program Schedule

Be sure to check out our Conference Program website, and don't forget to download the conference app for information on programming, schedules, sponsors, and more!

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Community Service Partner

We are pleased to support My Sister's Place Women's Center through our silent auction and our request for donations through their Amazon Wish List. My Sister's Place Women's Center is a day shelter and resource center for women and children in Baltimore experiencing homelessness/poverty. They have provided us with an Amazon Wish List where you can assist them with purchasing needed items. They are also in need of visa gift cards for family stability clients, which go toward assisting low-income families with school-aged children in Baltimore with daily needs, items for their children, and transportation/food.

Another great way to support this community service partner is through our silent auction. Bring an item that you would like to put up for bidding during our conference days! University gifts, wine, jewelry sets, scarves, "theme" baskets, and gifts from the local Baltimore area are some ideas we have seen in the past put up for silent auction. The more auction items we have, the more we can donate to this great organization!

Conference App & Attendee List

Download the Conference App and check out the attendee list.