PSA: Black Content Creators are Just as Important!

It’s a bird, it’s a plane…oh wait, it’s just the Her Campus conference that I want to attend. A conference for all of the Her Campus chapters to come together to collaborate and connect. The HQHC Her Conference in itself just has so many perks that come with it, so here’s why:

 

Why Her Conference is the place for me:

Say this next quote really fast. Ready. Set. Go. “I really want to go to the HQHC Her Conference because I really want to network with so many other writers and to get the experience.” My whole entire reason in a nutshell. Network, experience, network, and experience. That’s what college is all about, networking with others and experiencing so many new and awesome things. Based on my research, which included the provided description and almost 10 Youtube videos, Her Conference would be the perfect place to meet other content creators, and more ambitious women, like myself. I love to be surrounded by success, prosperity, and positivity. Plus Her Conference just seems like the place to be. Let's hope we can make it!

How HerConference will impact my career:

Hey, future journalist here! Just checking in and ready to discuss the perks Her Conference would have on my career. Essentially, Her Campus is an online magazine that allows writers, YouTubers, graphic designers, etc. to come together and build their chapters brand. With that in mind, for this platform to host a conference that allows my chapter plus hundreds of others to merge and network, collaborate or whatever else the heart desires, is brilliant and supportive towards our careers and passions. I will have the opportunity to meet more writers who are far more experienced than I am and could give me tips on my blog or my writing style. I might luck up and find a mentor, who knows!

 

The importance of Black representation at HQHC Her Conference: 

I want to keep this as short and sweet, as possible. HBCUs are important. Black content creators are important. Diversity is important. I’ve always wanted someone, like me, to represent us in the media industry. Now that I’m in this position, I’m sure there are young ladies that are in the same boat as me. The goal is to be the representation that these young ladies need to see. 

I've said it before and I'll say it again: Her Conference is the place to be. For networking, to collaborate, or even the experience. Her Conference will not only aid me in my growing career but with more HBCU’s in attendance, it will motivate the young aspiring content creators after us.

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