Here at Her Campus, we are the authority on college women, or as we like to call them, collegiettes. A collegiette is a college woman who is on top of her game– strategically career-minded, distinctly fashionable, socially connected, academically driven, and smartly health-conscious, who endeavors to get the most out of her college experience on every level.
Her Campus launched Her Conference in 2012 to help college women get the insights, information, and inspiration they need to conquer their campuses and their careers with confidence. While the cornerstone of Her Conference programming is media and journalism-focused, content has spanned a wide array of industries including marketing and advertising, politics and diplomacy, business, health and more. Filled with keynotes, panels, workshops, fun activations and giveaways, Her Conference is the action-packed, can't-miss event for the empowered young woman.
A: Her Conference 2017 will be held at Convene Conference Center at 730 3rd Ave, New York. Please note that this is a different location from previous years.
A: We will be releasing keynote and panel info on our social media channels in the coming months, but promise it will be the biggest and best Her Conference to date!
A: A 2-Day pass costs $100.
A: You can expect registration to open around 8:30am and programming to run through 5:30pm on both Saturday and Sunday. We will release a more detailed itinerary in the weeks leading up to the Conference.
A: No. All passes are inclusive of both days of programming.
A: Passes are non-refundable; however, they are transferrable. Visit our Her Conference Facebook Group to connect with others who may want to purchase your ticket.
A: The dress code is “collegiette chic,” which means professional but fun. Please refrain from wearing jeans, sweats, sneakers or flip flops.
A: Nothing is required to attend the conference, but feel free to bring a water bottle, tablet, etc. for your use throughout the day. Wi-Fi will be available.
A: Yes, breakfast and lunch will be catered, and snacks and beverages will be provided throughout the day.
A: Yes. All members of the HC Team (including High School Ambassadors, InfluenceHer Collective members and alums) are welcome.
A: Yes. Registration is open to the public.
A: Yes. Registration is open to the public and programming accommodates high school students and recent graduates in addition to college students.
A: Yes. While referred to as 'Her Conference', all genders are welcome.
A: Yes. We encourage parents of students under the age of 16 to attend.
A: Her Campus will provide information about hotels near the venue as the event gets closer. Visit our Her Conference Facebook Group to connect with other attendees and New York natives for additional advice.