Everyone is trying to figure out next steps and how to pivot life after disruption. The past couple of months have been filled with worry and disappointment. A lot of things that were planned got canceled or rescheduled and the silver lining in all of this is hard to see. The 2020-2021 academic year is still up in the air for some, remote for others and trying to figure out how to navigate these changes is stressful. We are all feeling the brunt of it and Teen Vogue is doing what it can to help out. For the first time ever, they are hosting a free Teen Vogue Orientation
conversation to help their reader audience navigate what lies ahead.
The Teen Vogue Orientation is a virtual conversation that looks to cover three main themes, Fashion & Media, Beauty & Wellness, and Politics & Culture. Teen Vogue secured industry leaders in the selected areas to offer advice, words of wisdom and encouragement, and some tips to help get you to where you want to go. CFDA designer Cristian Siriano, Black Lives Matter co-founder Opal Tometi, Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, and HBFit
founder Hannah Bronfman are on the schedule to participate in a ZOOM webinar.
Orientation panelist Hannah Bronfman
is no stranger to giving her industry expertise advice to those who may need it. The Yellowbrick Beauty Industry Essentials team spoke with Hannah Bronfman about what professional advice she would give to her younger self. Press play on the video above to check out what she had to say. If you are looking for a career in the Beauty industry then Beauty Industry Essentials
might be the course for you.
Registration is free and still open for participation. Click here
for more information.