Here are four of our favorite entries from girls just like you living their dreams in the media and entertainment world through blogging, social media and radio! Get inspired by their stories and don’t forget to vote for them here!

As an ambassador for UChic, Farrah Krenek will be sharing her inspirational story and advice with University of Kansas students tonight at “Dare to Dream KU!”

Volunteering is more than something you do in school to make your resume look amazing. For me, volunteering led me to my dream job.  I started volunteering in high school and I haven’t stopped since. The experience I gained led to my current job at Autism Speaks. I have a few cousins on the spectrum

Instead of the typical retail or restaurant after school job that most high school students take on, Erica Argandona walks the runway. Growing up, Erica flipped through magazines and imagined one day covering those pages. Now, her dreams are a reality. Erica was discovered when she least expected it. After her current agency spotted her at a

My dream is to start my own fashion company.

  UChic is excited to announce our just launched care package. It’s the perfect gift, whether you’re shopping for a girl who’s getting ready to head back to school or an incoming freshman. It’s guaranteed to inspire them to live their dreams everyday. The UChic care package comes with tons of fun surprises for college

My dream is to help impoverished children.

This interview is a part of our Live Your Dreams Stars series where we feature awesome young women who are changing the world one amazing dream at a time. LYD! Stephanie Carter took an everyday homework assignment and made her fashion dreams come true. The founder of Judith March was just a college student when

                          UPDATE: After two years writing, recording and countless trips, the time has finally come to release a new album. She has officially released her debut studio album!  Stay tuned! We have some exciting happenings involving Gracie coming up soon!   UChic’s very first

This fall after a successful crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo we were able to fund 13 dreams of young women nationwide. Some girls used the funding to help pay for school books, another girl purchased a camera, and others used it to study abroad. For the next few months we will be catching up with the