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Exhibits set up at national conferences and events are an effective way for an organization to communicate to specific audiences and allow for personal interaction with employees.

The NOAA exhibits program is one of the best and most visible methods the agency has for illustrating the many dimensions of our services to the American public.

Each year, teams organized by NOAA Exhibits Manager Les Adams travel to all regions of the United States and to at least one international location to tell the NOAA story.

At events around the country, NOAA exhibits provide an informal way of networking with constituents and highlighting our latest science and policy.

Check our NOAA Event Calendar for NOAA exhibits near you.

For NOAA Staff

Administered by the NOAA Office of Communications and External Affairs (OCEA), the NOAA exhibits program is a collaborative effort which brings all agency line offices and services together.

Exhibits manager Les Adams is responsible for creative design of exhibit graphic displays, as well as the overall approach that the agency will take in development a cohesive program.

OCEA provides leadership on at least a dozen major events annually and coordinates international events with each line office in the agency.

[Additional exhibit information for NOAA staff can be found here]