MCCC Ad Design Students Design Campaign for Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum@The College of New Jersey


In their capstone assignment of the year, Mercer County Community College Advertising Design III students designed a full ad campaign for Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum@The College of New Jersey, with posters, brochures, websites and give-aways. The work of six teams of students was judged by professional graphic artists. The winning design team is pictured with Kidsbridge and college representatives. From left are Kidsbridge Treasurer Patricia Stanley, MCCC Associate Professor Tina LaPlaca of Princeton, Ad Design students Jennifer Ozimek of Browns Mills, Rachelle Nielsen of Lawrence, and Valerie Costanza of Ewing, Kidsbridge Executive Director Lynne Azarchi, and Kidsbridge Board Chair Rachel Stark.

Project judges included Mercer County Community College Graphic Designers Francis Paixao and Tracy Patterson, as well as Kidsbridge representatives Lynne Azarchi and Rachel Stark.

Kidsbridge, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the celebration of human diversity, is located on South Broad Street in Trenton and operates the "Tolerance Museum" on the campus of The College of New Jersey.

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