Family Pride of Northeast Ohio, Inc. and Auburn Career Center’s Interactive Media Technology Program teamed up this year to develop marketing tools for the family-focused mental health agency.
The partnership gives students an opportunity to gain hands-on graphic design experience while building customer service skills with local business representatives, according to a press release.
Chardon-based Family Pride has gained professional presentation and marketing materials to offer clients, community representatives and stakeholders.
This year program instructor, Rodney Kozar, engaged college-bound seniors Carlie Morrison and Bradley Harris. Both plan to study graphic design and development.
The team utilized their skills to create a brochure and postcard that is informative to current and potential stakeholders, adults as well as youth for the organization’s growing service community, the release said.
Family Pride of Northeast Ohio, Inc. is a family-focused mental health agency that provides in-home and community-based counseling and case management services in Geauga, Lake, and Ashtabula counties since 2006.
The organization continues to seek effective partnerships that will support the growth and development of youth, families and the greater northeast Ohio community.
For details about Family Pride of Northeast Ohio and potential collaboration opportunities, contact Executive Director Angela Daugherty at 440-286-1553, visit www.familyprideonline.org or like Family Pride of Northeast Ohio on Facebook.