Next Up: Student Career Conference!

Calling all aspiring careerwomen! On Saturday, Nov. 6, join your fellow NYWICI girls at the Student Career Conference in NYC! More than 50 communications professionals will gather to offer their expert advice to students and young professionals -- and even reveal some secrets about breaking into the industry. Bottom line: register NOW! The conference will be divided into three sections with various panels. The journalism section will feature panels on broadcast & cable journalism, newspaper/wire/online reporting, and magazine writing. The marketing communications section will highlight panels on marketing, advertising, and public relations. Finally, the communications 2.0 section will feature panels on digital, social, and mobile media; communications entrepreneurship; and visual communications (TV and interactive production). Okay, now time for the deets... When: Saturday, November 6, from 9:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (registration opens at 8:45 a.m.) Where: Grand Hyatt Hotel at Grand Central Terminal, 109 East 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017 Cost:

  • $70 for student members
  • $85 for student nonmembers (use promo code SC_NM when registering)
  • $100 for young professional members
  • $125 for young professional nonmembers (use promo code SC_YPNM when registering)
  • $10 off registration price for groups of 10 or more
  • Special! $110 for a year of student membership + conference (use promo code SMSC when registering)

Got questions or concerns? Drop us a line at We'd love to hear from you! Oh, and spoiler alert: you'll receive tons of info about how to get involved with the nywiciNEXT newsletter and nextBLOG! Still unsure what the SCC is all about? Check out the coverage of last year's student conference:

Hope to see you there! ~Megan & Kayla

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Megan Hess


Submitted by Kayla (not verified) on

Great blog!
However, I would like to kindly request that my photo be removed. (Posted under
the 2009 NYWICI Foundation Student Career Conference Highlights on December 1, 2009)
Thank You.
Kayla Arias

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