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Youth Motivation Task Force (YMTF) Program

YMTF was designed to motivate minority students to excel to the best of their abilities and to encourage them to explore their career options. The program consists of classroom visitations, career development workshops, remote radio broadcasts, local high school visits and assembly programs featuring national speakers that have included judges, congressmen, chief executive officers and other top corporate officials from Fortune 500 companies. YMTF consultants work collaboratively with Career Services' staff to achieve the goal of helping students realize the importance of preparing for successful entry into the real world of work. YMTF is funded by contributions of corporations and agencies who recruit University of Arkansas Pine Bluff students. The date for YMTF 2024 is March 3- March 5, 2024.

Learn more about YMTF

Career Fairs

The Office of Career Services hosts fall and spring career fairs for business, government, education, and graduate/professional schools. The dates for this year's fairs are below.


   Date: Wednesday, October 4, 2023

   Time: 10:00 am until 1:00 pm

   Place: Kenneth L. Johnson, Sr. HPER Complex - Clemmons Arena

   Target: Students/Alumni and Faculty/Staff

Employer Registration:   To register for the career fair or to create a new account, visit our handshake site (The registration fee includes a booth, continental breakfast, and lunch)

If you are having trouble logging onto the site, please contact us at 870-575-8461 or

Off Campus Leadership Events

These events assist with developing leadership and networking skills. Students will have an opportunity to attend career development workshops, hear motivational speakers and interview with companies that may not recruit on our campus and travel across the United States with all expenses paid. 

  • Thurgood Marshall College Fund Leadership Institute 
  • InSight St. Louis Career Exploration Trip 
  • International Organization for Black Security Executives (IOBSE) 
  • AutoZone HBCU Day