In fall 2012, Tehama Group Communications created a web-based alumni newsletter for the Department of Journalism & PR. This annual newsletter allows alumni and current students to receive department news and preview student work. The Tehama Group Communications team that worked on this edition focused on web friendly writing and social media involvement.
The Department of Communication and Education tasks Tehama Group Communications with the job of producing its bi-annual newsletter, COMM. The newsletter is produced and emailed as an interactive PDF format, which allows readers to view newsworthy stories about the college.
In fall 2012, Tehama Group Communications had their team of videographers put together a film of downtown Chico for the Downtown Chico Business Association. This three minute video featured events such as Thursday Night Market, Friday Night Concerts in the plaza and showcased various stores and restaurants downtown.
Caminar is a program that assists people with disabilities and helps them participate within the community. Tehama Group Communications was tasked with creating a video that would familiarize the local community with Caminar’s name and mission. The videographers created a touching testimonial that showcases a Caminar client.
Cultivating Community is a local 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.
The Alcohol and Other Drugs Educational Conference is held April 2013 at Chico State and is hosted by California State University. Tehama Group Communication’s fall 2012 team created a logo to use in promotional materials for the conference, which included a program and a save the date they created.
The Graduation Planning Source (GPS) is an extension of the Graduation Initiative Program at Chico State. In fall 2012, the TGC team was tasked with creating posters and pamphlets in order to promote the visibility of this crucial resource for students while helping to continue the development of their brand.
Kijeong Jeon is a professor of interior design at Chico State. He has been recognized as a pioneer of Multi-Sensory Environments for individuals with autism. View the website we produced online at http://www.kijeongjeon.com.