Santa Fe College’s CCS Receives 10 Medallion Awards from NCMPR

The awards just seem to keep on coming! The Communications & Creative Services team at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, FL received 10 Medallion Awards from NCMPR the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations.

The NCMPR Medallion Awards recognize outstanding achievement in communications at community and technical colleges in District 2 which includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and The Bahamas. The NCMPR Medallion Awards is only regional competition of its kind that honors excellence exclusively among marketing and PR professionals at colleges.screen-shot-2016-11-08-at-10-14-36-am

Medallions awarded to Santa Fe College Communications & Creative Services consist of the following:

GOLD

Fundraising/Annual Campaign:

Gold Santa Fe College

Fifty Years to First

 

Radio Advertisement PSA, Single:

Gold Santa Fe College

Pandora Radio Ad

 

Online Services:

Gold Santa Fe College

Gateway for Students

 

Social Media Messaging/Campaigns:

Gold Santa Fe College

Pokemon GO @ SF

 

Website:

Gold Santa Fe College

Santa Fe Homepage

 

SILVER

College Promotional Video:

Silver Santa Fe College

What the Best College Teachers Do

 

Digital Viewbook:

Silver Santa Fe College

This is is What Number One Looks Like

 

Video Advertisement PSA, Series:

Bronze Santa Fe College

Launch Your Career

 

BRONZE

Microsites:

Bronze Santa Fe College

Santa Fe 50th Anniversary

 

Social Media Messaging/Campaigns:

Bronze Santa Fe College

SF Student Video Contest

 

The 2015-16 award winning team consisted of Director of Communications & Creative Services, John Carmean; Marketing Assistant, Tiffany Escobar; Multimedia Specialist, James Mattingly; Multimedia Specialist, Aaron Daye; Copywriters, Amanda Hernandez and Tracy Moring; Senior Graphic Designer, Gina Scinto; Graphic Designer, Tabrisha Baker; Graphic Designer Hannah Hildebran; Web Content Specialist, Jon-Paul Wimer; and Web Designer, Aaron Hall.

CCS recognizes the following people at Santa Fe College for their various input and contributions on projects which received awards: Vice President for Advancement Chuck Clemons; AVP Communications & Creative Services Teri McClellan; Vice President of Student Affairs, Naima Brown; Career & Technical Education team: AVP Academic Affairs, John McNeely; Coordinator Perkins Grants Programs , Mable Baker; Grant Specialist, Perkins Programs, Barbara Little-Harsh; Workforce Development and Industry Specialist, Monica Cabrera; Assessment, Research, and Technology team: Director of the Quality Enhancement Plan, Rhonda Morris; and Educational Media Studio team:  Coordinator Educational Media Studio, Steven Melendez; Media Services Specialist, Lex Shelton.