Our content creators help share more about the sorority experience by writing articles and creating social media content. Content creators help drive the strategic content direction of TheSororityLife.com and provide engaging content for our target audiences.

The Sorority Life (TSL) Content Creator Program is a 12-week program where a cohort of current collegiate sorority women will create engaging, relevant content for TheSororityLife.com. Content creators will receive a welcome gift and stipend paid throughout their program with additional incentive pay available based on performance. The TSL Content Creator Program can be used for internship credit if approved by the student’s university/college.

Content creators share personal experiences, educational information and interview other sorority women making an impact. They are vital in ensuring young women can learn more about the sorority experience and sign up for recruitment on their campuses.

  • Serve for a 12-week period during the summer, fall or spring cohort.
  • Research, write and produce three blog articles. Topics are selected by each individual content creator and approved with National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) staff.
  • Research and create four social media posts. Topics are selected by each individual content creator and approved with NPC staff.
  • Attend a mandatory virtual kick off call and training.
  • Attend biweekly cohort calls to brainstorm and connect with other TSL content creators.
  • Review and provide feedback on TheSororityLife.com marketing campaigns, as needed.


Content creators will create pieces that promote a positive view of sorority life.


Content creators will leave with a portfolio of published work featured on The Sorority Life.


Content creators will work with NPC staff and other content creators in their cohort.

To serve as a The Sorority Life content creator, you can apply hereApplications for the Summer 2024 cohort are due by May 17 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern. Applicants will be asked to submit a resume and video introduction.

This opportunity is open to all current collegiate sorority women. Content creators must be comfortable writing about the sorority experience, and at times sharing personal experiences.

Questions about The Sorority Life content creators can be sent to kiera@npcwomen.org.

Emma is a member of Gamma Phi Beta from the Zeta Sigma chapter. She attends the University of South Carolina, where she is studying business administration with a double major in marketing and management. Emma served on the USC Panhellenic executive board as their vice president of marketing.

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