International Women’s Week: Conversations with Jessica Holsman
International Women’s Week – Celebrating Vamp Collective Women
Profile: Jessica Holsman
Influential Content Creator | Founder of Study with Jess | Vamp Collective Member
Vamp caught up with Jess to chat about her experience in building a strong personal brand, creating engaging content for a YouTube channel and also how Freelance Content Creation can open up opportunities for women that never before existed.
About Study with Jess
Jess’ portfolio is incredibly impressive. At age 26 she already has a Post graduate diploma in Psychology, a YouTube channel with nearly 300k subscribers, an Instagram channel with an engaged audience 35k strong as well as other social media channels. She is a self-starter and started her own businesses selling her own designed stationary line specifically designed to help students get the most out of their studies. She has also recently written a book called The High School Survival Guide.
While studying Psychology it struck her that while she loved the opportunities that Psychology was opening up for her, it didn’t allow her to be as creative as she liked. The idea of a desk job didn’t particularly appeal to her in that she felt she would get more of a sense of purpose by proactively helping people.
“Late one night, I suddenly sat up in bed, as I was overcome by a wave of excitement for a new idea and an exciting venture! After years devoting myself to my studies, it dawned upon me that while the importance of studying is repeatedly enforced throughout a student’s academic journey, how to study effectively is often overlooked. Being the stationery lover that I am, I began sketching and designing a range of templates to motivate students to study and also help them in developing their study skills. These became the first drafts of our products and is how seed.ED Educationery began.”
Shortly after, I created Study With Jess, an educational YouTube channel that helps students around the world study and enjoy learning. My goal was to make studying easier and more accessible, and to be a positive role model for young students everywhere!”
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