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Community Program

Overview

Get ready to be the go-to resource for all things fashion, beauty, lifestyle, campus, & college related! SOCIETY19’s community program gives you the opportunity to create engaging content, expand SOCIETY19’s presence at your school, and work directly with our in-house media team. Each of our community roles will serve as a professional foundation for you and will provide you with real-world experience.

Start a Chapter @ Your School

Interested in opening up a Society19 chapter on your college campus?

Take a look at all of our roles below and get your friends on campus to apply so we can bring your community to life!

Editor-In-Chief

Interested in opening up a SOCIETY19 chapter on your campus? Apply to become Editor-In-Chief and lead your school’s chapter. As an EIC, you will have the opportunity to produce, edit, and assign editorial content, manage a team of driven writers and social media marketing gurus, grow SOCIETY19’s presence on campus, and work one-on-one with SOCIETY19 HQ. You’ll gain editorial, management, marketing, publicity, and career developing skills that will stand out to any future employer!

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Assistant Editor-In-Chief

As Assistant EIC you will be your EIC's right-hand-person! You will work alongside them, and will be helping them every step of the way to make sure your community stays active and is running smoothly.

Social Media Chair

Obsessed with all things social? Become a social media maven and industry expert in no time by becoming your community’s Social Chair. Develop social strategies, take charge of content creation, and recruit a team of social media creators to help you raise brand awareness and promote articles written in your community! Work one-on-one with our in-house media team to learn about how you’ll track social media statistics & trends to gain invaluable social media, PR, marketing, and managing skills that are crucial for any soon-to-be grad!

Writer

Up your editorial and writing skills by contributing weekly articles to your community manager to be published to your school’s SOCIETY19 page site.

Interested in applying for a position that’s not Editor-In-Chief? Head to www.society19.com and click on the tab “schools” to see all schools that are currently involved in our community program, and if your campus is listed, shoot us an email at info@society19media.com so a team member can get in touch and direct you to the current Editor-In-Chief on your campus! If your school is not listed there, that unfortunately means no chapter currently exists. In order to launch a chapter, we will need an Editor-In-Chief to apply.

Skills You’ll Gain

Leadership

Editorial

Social Media

Marketing

PR & Branding

Management