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FutureQuest 23 - Company Registration

Join us in helping to educate your future work force about career opportunities in your industry, and build your brand with 5000+ students.

By Dane County School Consortium

When and where

Date and time

Wednesday, November 29 · 8am - 3pm CST


Exhibition Hall at the Alliant Energy Center 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way Madison, WI 53713

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 30 days before event
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

  • 7 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

FutureQuest 2023 is back and better than ever!! We will connect companies from all 16 career cluster pathways to over 5,000 middle school students from Dane County. The FutureQuest exposition will involve hands-on activities allowing students to explore career and academic opportunities to become Future Ready.

About FutureQuest:

  • Creates opportunities for Companies to share a wide range of career paths in your Organization
  • 5,000+ MS Students from around Dane County participate
  • Creates awareness of potential Careers that are emerging
  • Helps students to choose high school classes that prepare for career paths
  • Provides a hands on opportunity for students to explore a wide variety of careers paths

COVID considerations

  • Exhibitors shall be fully vaccinated. Because all students will be over the age of 12, most students will be vaccinated as well.
  • We will have employers set up booths and demonstrate their exhibits. There is plenty of social distancing for Employers

Tickets are $300 for each 10x10 space and includes lunch for 2 and a 3'x6' table and 2 chairs. Please bring a banner for your business to hang behind your booth. If your exhibit will need electricity, please be sure to purchase an Electricity Ticket as well.

You can register and have an invoice sent to you or pay with Credit card

When you purchase a ticket, we will ask you to focus in on a Career Cluster as we group like companies, you may promote careers that are not specific to that cluster.

Career Clusters-

FutureQuest Website-

Event Timeline (subject to change)

Setup 7:30am-9am (scheduled by zone area)

Exhibits Open 8:30am-3:00pm with Students (Times vary depending on Zone,

FutureQuest Contacts:

or Josh Fassl, 608-316-1357

Dane County School Consortium

Interested in a Discount? Copy a promo code below! (Codes are next to bullets)(Enter this code at the TOP of the "ticket" screen, before adding your ticket to the cart

  • CityofMadison -Applies discount $50.00
  • FQsmallbusiness -Applies discount $50.00
  • Multibooth -Applies discount of 25% to both booths
  • nonprofit -Applies discount (Must be 501c3)$100.00

Refunds available through October 1. 50% if after Oct 1. No Refunds after November 1, 2023

About the organizer

The Dane County School Consortium works collaboratively with 16 Dane County school districts and statewide programs to offer educational opportunities related to career advancement for High School Juniors and Seniors.

Mission:   To provide youth a pathway for tomorrow’s careers through the integration of learning opportunities that will connect classroom education to industry preparation.

Vision: DCSC works together with community professionals to provide learning environments and experiences that prepare individuals to perform successfully in the workplace. A commitment to excellent instruction, coupled with continuous improvement will provide students a first rate occupational training program.

Current DCSC programming includes:

  • The Youth Apprenticeship program is a Wisconsin flagship opportunity managed by the Dane County Schools Consortium for schools within Dane County.
  • The STEPS program is a subcontract grant received from the Workforce Development Board of South Central Wisconsin. The Goals of Steps is to help students with employment barriers to get training needed to develop career skills to support their career pathway.  We have Work Experience and Training Funds available for qualified participants. Learn more at
  • FutureQuest-  A partnership between DCSC and MMSD, hoping to close the skills gap, by helping to improve student course selection and career preparedness when entering high school.