Video assets have become a necessary component for nonprofit organizations to communicate their story to potential clients, volunteers and funders. This is especially true for mentoring programs that do not show their transformative impact until their young clients have become adults. This advanced video class created digital stories that promote Big Brothers, Big Sisters’ educational mission and help to recruit volunteers for children needing the influence of a caring adult. Students designed the assets to be used in a variety of platforms to assist the organization in meeting its online, social media and recruitment goals.
Faculty Mentor: Suzanne Plesha, Tim Pollard
Department: Immersive Learning, Telecommunications
Community Partner: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Delaware County
Students: Austin Bishop, Matthew Carson, Caitlynn Elkins, Adam Garner, Derald Gray, Sadik Hrustanovic, Lilly Hunchman, Michelle Majeski, Adam Martin, Meg McMahon, Michael Robb, Jack Salzman, Rebecca Shrode, Chris Sommers, Brandon Townsend, Kenzie VanGoey