Teen Vogue’s Virtual Orientation Aims to Prepare Students For an Abnormal Fall Semester

Event kicks off series of ticketed digital workshops

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To say it’ll be unusual and scary for U.S. students to return to school during a pandemic is an understatement. Teen Vogue is hoping to offer them some helpful, professional guidance for the fall semester with its latest virtual event.

The Condé Nast-owned publication will host its first virtual Teen Vogue Orientation on Aug. 14, with conversations tied to three career fields and entrepreneurship.

Teen Vogue editors will moderate conversations with Council of Fashion Designers of America designer Christian Siriano on fashion and media; HBFit founder Hannah Bronfman on beauty and wellness; and Black Lives Matter co-founder and activist Opal Tometi on politics and culture.



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