Brown Girls Dream
Brown Girls Dream was established as an informal support system for high potential young women of color. The mentor program seeks to level the playing field by pairing young leaders with multimedia industry veterans who are committed to helping them navigate through the early stages of their careers.
Brown Girls Dream is an inclusive organization that considers all applicants of color. The screening process seeks to identify the next generation of multimedia Bad Asses and helps make their dreams realities.
If you are a young woman between the ages of 18-27 and you are creative, brilliant, and passionate — Brown Girls Dream is currently accepting applications.
Please tell us more about yourself by filling out the brief questionnaire below. An application will be sent to candidates whom we believe fit our criteria.
We understand that the world is in a place it’s never been, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. With that in mind, we hope our Brown Girls around the world are safe, healthy, and are staying home to prevent the spread of this virus. We are tentatively extending our application deadline to June 1, 2020.
We are hoping the current situation will get better.
Cari Champion is a broadcast journalist and television personality based in Los Angeles. Champion made history with her move to Vice TV for her show “Cari & Jemele: Stick to Sports,” along with co-host Jemele Hill, as the first Black women to host a late-night cable news and information show.View Our Mentors