The Tyler Junior College Marketing & Communications staff brought home 13 awards from the annual National Council for Marketing & Public Relations District 4 conference held recently in Galveston.
NCMPR District 4 is made up of communications professionals from two-year colleges in Arkansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and Wyoming.
TJC earned the following awards:
- Annual Report: TJC Annual Report to the Community
- Brochure: “I’m Ready to be an Apache” Brochure
- Folder: TJC Admissions Folder
- Notes/Cards/Invitations: Rogers Nursing & Health Sciences Center Gala Invitation
- Print Ad, Single: “We’re Open: Rogers Nursing & Health Sciences” Ad
- Magazine: Apache Magazine
- Electronic Newsletter: TJC Student Success Newsletter
- College Promotional Video: TJC School of Nursing & Health Sciences Recruitment Video
- Magazine-Style Video Program: TJC Energy Center Video
- TV Ad/PSA, single: TJC School of Nursing & Health Sciences Commercial
- Viewbook: “I’m Ready to be an Apache” Viewbook
- Flier: TJC Social Media Flier
- Magazine-Style Video: Apache Belles at Monday Night Football
The TJC Marketing & Communications team includes: Jessica Alexander, photographer/graphic designer; Allen Arrick, web content producer/designer; Susie Bell, graphic designer; Elise Mullinix, editorial manager; Pamela Rathbun, graphic projects manager; and Leah Wansley, web and rich media manager.
“We have a high-performing marketing team dedicated to excellence, and it’s nice to see that excellence recognized,” TJC President Dr. Mike Metke said. “I am extremely proud of the work of our creative team and their efforts to promote Tyler Junior College and the mission of community colleges.”
NCMPR is the only organization of its kind that represents marketing and public relations professionals specifically at community and technical colleges. NCMPR has more than 1,550 members from more than 650 colleges across the United States, Canada and other countries.
The organization’s mission is to recognize professional excellence, provide professional development opportunities, and advocate on behalf of the profession and the institutions it serves.
NCMPR’s national conference will be held in March 2016 in Kansas City.