(Waco) — This week, April 13-19, is National Crime Victims Rights Week, and students at Texas State Technical College Waco will be marking the event with a special Client Portfolio presentation.
A complete media package – billboards, Web site, public service announcements and more – will be presented to the Coryell County Crime Victims’ Office free of charge to help the agency mark the week.
The media kit is part of an annual class assignment where Digital Media Design students and Web Design and Development Students work together to develop media materials based on what they’ve learned in class. The kit will be used for a public service campaign to draw attention to the client’s (in this case, Coryell County) mission.
A formal presentation of the materials will take place at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 18, with The Coryell County Crime Victims’ Office Coordinator Amy Perkins and her Administrative Assistant Trinity Huntsman, as well as special guests, fellow students, faculty and others in the John B. Connally Technology Center Auditorium.
The public is invited to attend.
Texas State Technical College Waco, part of the only state-assisted technical college system in Texas, offers specialized, hands-on instructional courses in over 100 different programs leading to Associate of Applied Science degrees and Certificates of Completion. TSTC Waco also offers classes at the WCJC Fort Bend Technical Center in Richmond and the Texas State Marine Education Center at Palacios. Visit www.waco.tstc.edu or call (800) 792-8784 or (254) 867-3371 for more information.