It was an inspiring day at Creative Day 4 Social Good 2019 #CD4SG, seeing students from Conestoga College unleash their collective talents under the guidance of industry professional to help non-profit organizations like Sensity.
Kudos to our creative team, graphic design and public relations students Haley Burton, Kristen Gaudet, Trieu Vy Ly and Conor Quenneville, and Account Manager Darren Monteith and Art Director Teressa Van Vliet, both of whom work for Manulife.
The team was hard at work until 10:30 at night on Thursday at Google Canada’s impressive offices in Kitchener and then back for the big reveal on Friday morning.
We truly appreciate their efforts on our behalf.
Importantly, we have some new marketing assets to help us attract people the rewarding career of intervenor. We are eager to put the new video, poster, brochure and infographic to work.
Sensity was one of 17 non-profit and charitable organizations from across the country to receive a boost from the 24-hour creative ‘blitz’ to help promote their social causes.
A big thank you to Capacity Canada, along with CD4SG partners Intertek Catalyst, Conestoga College, Google, Manulife, Him & Her, and Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation.
On hand for the reveal were Sensity staff members Jenn Kapin, recruitment specialist, Sam Gaspar, communications and event coordinator, and Brian Shypula, manager of strategic engagement.