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DO YOU KNOW COMO
Transcript of DO YOU KNOW COMO
- Sections of the documentary -
Center in action
Editing and narration
Gabrielle Jackson and Madison Oberg
The Marketing team broke down into three smaller groups:
Team Website (Madison and Gabi)
Team Facebook and Twitter (Will and Anna)
Team Leroy (Leroy)
Social Media Team
To educate individuals about the Como Community Center through various media outlets
To share the great things happening in the Como Community
To encourage individuals to get involved and personally impact the Como Community
Carol Brown gave us three distinct areas of need:
Marketing plan with a social media presence
An additional after-school program for science
“We welcome you into our home and our community. It takes a lot to accomplish all that we’re doing.”
Great things happening in the Como Community
No one knows
Leroy Hood, Gabi Jackson, Madison Oberg, Will Paden, Anna Scott
Social Media Team
Info heavy vs. Feelings oriented
Pity vs. Service
Marketing team’s goal: To connect the Fort Worth community to Como through a variety of media outlets.
THE NATURE OF EMPATHY
DO YOU KNOW COMO?
SOCIAL MEDIA TEAM'S TASK
“We need to spread awareness. YOU can help.”
Our goal: To create a social media marketing strategy that would help people in the Tarrant County area learn and get involved with Como Community Center.
Our product: We created a Facebook page for Como Community Center that would allow people to easily search and find contact information for volunteers, hours of operation, various programs offered at Como, and donation information.
Facebook for Como
Our goal: To create a social media marketing strategy that would help people in the Tarrant County area to learn and get involved with Como Community Center.
Our product: We created a Twitter account for Como Community Center that would allow people to easily receive instant updates about Como’s upcoming events as well as information regarding volunteer opportunities.
Twitter for Como
Ice and salt
How salt keeps ice from forming!
Why it snows
Lauren Nixon and the Honors office
Como Community Center staff
Daniel Terry and Keri Cyr
Helping, Fixing, Serving
Connect the “need” to how we served
Personal member’s reflections
From class to Como
November 12 – Art Night
To supplement the Christmas in the Stockyards event
Draw what Como means to you”
Discuss plants and seeds
Met every other week
Took turns teaching
Purpose: have science at the core of every lesson. Make science fun and interesting!
Allowed us to buy materials for each science night
Science night need
Attaining grant through SDS
Met to plan experiments
Every other Tuesday from October 15th - December 3rd
By: Brady Hamlett, Lauren Corbet, Paytin Specht, Mariah Green, Marcie Orjuela, & Helen Colina
Next Empathy class
Printed and passed on as a resource
Ideas passed on to Como for future
Function of yeast
October 29th -
Oct. 15th –
Strengths in shapes
Competition to build tallest tower
Spreading Como Awareness
Fund raising for the Como Community Center
Group C-Community Awareness
Rescheduled for Saturday, December 14th due to inclement weather
Tent open from 4pm-6pm
all baskets raffled off
all flyers distributed
raise at least $385 to match the value of the donations
Christmas at the Stockyards Event
- Blow Dry Bar: $30
-Moda Aveda Salon: 1 Pedicure: $60 value
- Spa items
Total Value: $90
Fort Worth Dining Package:
- Ol’ South Pancake house: $25, T-shirt, Coffee Mug, 7 coupons for free pancake stacks
- Café Bella: $15
- Fuzzy’s Taco Shop: $20
- Los Vaqueros: $50
- Sweet Sammies: $15
- Dutch’s Burgers: $15
Total Value: over $150!
Gift Baskets for
Reserved tent at Christmas in the Stockyards event
Annual event which attracts over 10,000 attendees from all over the DFW area
Collaborated with Fort Worth businesses and received donations for raffle baskets
Printed materials distributed
J. Rae's cookies distributed to attendees who purchase raffle tickets
- 1 Hour Golf Lesson; $130
- 1 Sleeves of golf balls: $15
Total Value: $145
TCU Spirit Package:
-1 TCU Duffle bag
-1 TCU shirt
-1 TCU hat
-other various TCU items
Total Value: $100