Teen Vertikal Media Camp

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Traditions Matter Essay Contest

This year in Phoenix Arizona we are offering a publishing workshop.  10 Students will be chosen from our Essay (Traditions Matter) Contest to participate in writing workshops taught by industry leaders.  They will follow the process from writing their stories, to choosing book covers, publishing and marketing of their books.

 

Traditions Matter Essay Contest 

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How To Write Your Own Story - Beth Reekles

Beth Reekles is an avid writer, reader and drinker of tea. When she was only 15, she penned her young adult romance novel, The Kissing Booth. She began uploading it to the story-sharing platform, Wattpad, where it accumulated more than 19 million reads. At age 17, while she was still completing her A Levels in French, Spanish, Maths and Physics, Beth was offered a 3-book deal from Random House UK. Originally from South Wales, Beth is currently an undergraduate of Physics at Exeter University. She has published three books with Random House: The Kissing Booth, Rolling Dice and Out of Tune. Beth was awarded the Scout’s Birthday Honours Badge for Writing in 2013, was named one of Time Magazine’s 16 Most Influential Teenagers in 2013 and was number 6 on The Times’ Top 25 Under 20 List in 2014. She has also been shortlisted for the Women of the Future Young Star Award 2013, the Romantic Novel of the Year Award 2014 and the Queen of Teen 2014 Award.

Why Media & Communications

Constructive, accurate and efficient data, followed by limitless creative ideas, are the building blocks of future marketing industry

Our Core Values

1. Acting with Integrity

Being honest with yourself and others, and living a life that is aligned with your moral principles, not just liberty.

2. Embracing Diversity

Actively cultivating an environment that reflects the diversity of our community, board, staff, volunteers, visitors, and vendors. Valuing and encouraging diverse ideas from many sources that result in a more well-rounded magazine , but more importantly, in a shared experience of feeling valued and respected

3. Culture of Creativity

Turning new and imaginative ideas into reality. The ability to perceive the world in new ways, to find hidden patterns, to make connections and to generate solutions.

Teen Vertikal Projects

Present, and upcoming projects of Teen Vertikal Media Camp.