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Kijeong Jeon is a professor of interior design at Chico State. In 2009, Jeon obtained the opportunity to design a multi-sensory space for the California Vocations patient care facility for people with developmental disabilities, better known as COVE. This semester, TGC will be creating a unique, professional and customized website for Kijeong that compliments the brochure that TGC designed for him last semester.
California Vocations is a nonprofit organization in Paradise that focuses on the assistance and vocational needs of developmentally disabled adults. They provide supported living services, day programs and vocational support to adults with developmental disabilities. TGC will be creating a series of brochures and promotional booklet that will help to increase the presence of California Vocations in the community.
Paradise eLearning Charter School is in its third year of operation in Paradise, CA. Part of Paradise Unified School District, Paradise eLearning seeks to address and meet the needs of students with diverse learning styles in grades 9-12. Students are offered online courses, one-on-one teacher assistance and the opportunity to take part in athletics or classroom-based electives at Paradise High School. TGC will be working with Paradise eLearning Charter School to increase its student enrollment through the use of online multimedia, social media and brochures.
Glen Oaks Swim and Tennis Club has been serving the Carmichael community for 57 years. Founded in 1956, Glen Oaks has a large six-lane pool that can be enjoyed by competitive swimmers or people who want to lounge on the cabanas. The five-court tennis facility is newly renovated and holds tennis lessons for junior and adult players. TGC will be helping the Glen Oaks Swim and Tennis Club connect with Carmichael locals by creating a strategic communications plan to help boost membership. This plan will include a guide to social media use, reaching out to current members with electronic newsletters; advertisement of current programs; and suggestions of new programs to acquire new membership.
Cultivating Community is a local-focused group project supported by a 2011 California Department of Food and Agriculture Specialty Crop grant. The project works on fulfilling the needs of low-income families such as securing local food, and increasing awareness of local food options. Cultivating Community’s partners include CSUC’s Organic Vegetable Project, GRUB Education Program, OPT for Healthy Living, and the cChaos farmers market network.
Since fall 2007, TGC has produced the biannual newsletter Building Bridges for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. The newsletter celebrates diversity at Chico State and the surrounding community by combining stories, photography and video. Building Bridges provides campus-wide information and highlights various events, initiatives and discussions. TGC will feature organizations and people who support and express a more inclusive environment where diversity is respected.
This semester, a grant has been awarded to the university by the California Mental Health Services Administration (CalMHSA). The grant is designed to establish a startup program called UMatter that will allow Student Health Services staff and the CSUC community at large to develop and implement programs that promote positive mental health practices, reduce stigma through education about mental illness, and provide training to students, staff, and faculty for helping students with mental health concerns. TGC will concentrate on the branding and promotion for UMatter by producing print and electronic media in order to gain recognition amongst students at Chico State.
TGC is creating the biannual School of Communication's COMM newsletter for the eleventh consecutive year. TGC will be researching and writing stories, as well as designing a layout that fits the newsletter's established style. The newsletter is distributed to alumni, donors and friends of the departments of journalism and public relations, communication design, and communication of arts and sciences.
Caminar is a local community program that aims to assist people with disabilities and enable them to integrate and participate in the community. TGC will be showcasing the support services offered by Caminar through a video success story of a Caminar member named Jessica Lane. Lane has improved her life through programs at Caminar and TGC will create a video describing what that change means for her life.
The Positive Connection is a bi-annual newsletter that is distributed to significant donors and members of the local community.
Tehama Group Communications worked with the Chico Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association to create a strategic plan for gaining STAR Status for the 2011 Memory Walk.
Building Bridges is Chico State's diversity newsletter. It's published twice a year in full color PDF format and has been produced by TGC since its inception in fall 2008.
Frugal House is an annual fundraising event for the North State Symphony. In 2011, TGC was responsible for the event's marketing and promotional content.