New York Women in Communications Foundation
is proud to present the
2011 Student Communications Career Conference
Build Your Career Toolkit: Get the Expert Advice You Need to Succeed
Grab your iPads and smartphones, your pens and notebooks and listen up! At this year's Student Communications Career Conference, you'll learn how to get the most from your career, and maximize the opportunities that lie ahead.
In 2011, a "career toolkit" is constantly evolving: you need a can-do, positive attitude, plus the work ethic and experience to back it up. At this all-day event, more than 50 media experts from a wide range of communications disciplines will come together to equip you with the tools and tips you need to successfully launch your career.
Connect with other attendees, panelists, and organizers by using the #SCCC11 hashtag leading up to the event and throughout the day.
Date: Saturday, November 19, 2011
Time: 9:15 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.*
*Registration begins at 8:45 a.m.
Location: Grand Hyatt New York
109 East 42nd Street (Park Avenue at Grand Central Terminal)
New York City
Cost: Student Members: $70
Student Non-members: $85
Young Professional Members: $100
Any group of 10 or more students saves $10 off each individual's ticket price!
Student Non-Members, take advantage of our student membership and conference special:
One-Year Student Membership plus Conference Admission: $100 ($30 savings!)
Jump Start Your Communications Career and Register NOW at
*Limited seats available. First come, first served.
Click here to see a complete list of this year's panels.
Click here to watch video from last year's conference and view programs from previous years!
New York Women in Communications Foundation, the philanthropic arm of New York Women in Communications, Inc., cultivates leaders in our field by providing financial support, opportunities for professional development and mentoring, and entrée to a diverse community of communications professionals. We are the largest foundation for women's communications scholarships in the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut-Pennsylvania region.