Clark College Foundation added a gold award for its campaign communications projects from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) for District VIII to its trove of professional awards.
Rhonda Morin, Clark College Foundation’s communications director, accepted the accolade at the CASE District VIII conference in Seattle, Wash., on Thursday, February 5, 2015.
CASE’s 2015 Communications Awards include a new platinum category that recognizes the best-of-the-best programs and practices. The foundation won the gold in this category. The accolade recognizes excellence in marketing and communications among more than 130 advancement institutions in the Pacific Northwest.
The foundation won for its work during the Ensuring a Bright Future: Campaign for Clark College. Materials included the campaign case statement, timeline of the 5-year campaign that appeared in Partners Magazine, campaign brochures detailing projects to be funded, invitations, videos and website.
Clark College Foundation was the only community college winner in the Platinum category.
Portland Community College and NorQuest College in Canada were the only other community colleges to receive accolades. They won silver awards. Other winners in other categories included University of Alberta, Portland State University, Oregon Health and Science University, University of Washington, University of Oregon and many more.