by jamesc 4/7/2017 9:12:53 AM --
CHARLESTON, SC – The marketing department at Northeast Community College has been recognized among two-year college communicators from across the United States.
The National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) presented the Northeast marketing team a Silver Paragon Award in the Brochure Series category for its “Program Cluster Brochures.” Jennifer Greve, director of marketing, accepted the award during the NCMPR National Conference here recently.
“The success of the program cluster brochures would not have happened without the collaboration between marketing, academic deans and faculty,” Greve said. “Together, we created twenty cluster brochures that truly showcase the amazing academic programs Northeast offers its students."
The NCMPR reports that there were nearly 1,750 entries from 247 colleges in this year’s Paragon Awards competition – the only one of its kind that recognizes excellence in design and communication exclusively among two-year community and technical colleges. Nearly 80 judges in the marketing and public relations industry from across the country reviewed and scored the entries. Altogether, 92 colleges were presented awards during the conference.
The Northeast Community College Marketing Department serves as the clearinghouse for all marketing and promotional materials for the College.
Members of the Northeast Community College Marketing Department hold a Silver Paragon Award they earned on behalf of the College from the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations for a series of program brochures they created. There were nearly 1,750 entries from 247 colleges entered in all categories in the 2017 Paragon Awards competition. Pictured (from left) are Jeanette Johnson, publications coordinator, Jennifer Greve, director of marketing, and Crystal Hollmann, associate director of marketing.