Research Triangle Park, NC, March 22, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Clean Design Inc. (http://www.cleandesign.com) has inked a deal with Futures for Kids (http://www.f4k.org), a nonprofit that seeks to connect the hopes and dreams of students with their schoolwork, their future career and the workforce development needs of communities in North Carolina. Clean Design’s branding engagement with the nonprofit will include brand strategy, identity design and related work.
“Futures for Kids is an excellent organization which provides students with tools and technology to better understand the connection between their schoolwork and their interests, skills and possible career choices. At the same time, they pair North Carolina high school students with business professionals to act as mentors and help North Carolina businesses find the next generation of workers,” said Natalie Perkins, President of Clean Design. “We are proud to work with Futures for Kids, and look forward to developing a new brand identity to better reflect their focus.”
About Clean Design, Inc.:
Clean Design, Inc. is a branding and design agency specializing in uncovering the insights and ideas that reveal a company’s brand truth. The agency works with some of the Triangle’s most recognized businesses and brands including John Deere, Lenovo, The Umstead Hotel and Spa and Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina. Clean Design provides branding, advertising, environmental, interactive, graphic, and publication design services. The agency is committed to staying true to its purpose: to design anything better. Clean Design is one of the largest design agencies in the Triangle. For more information, please visit http://www.cleandesign.com.
About Futures for Kids (F4K):
Futures for Kids connects students to Career Coaches and businesses across North Carolina through our online career exploration program. We equip middle and high school students with the skills necessary to succeed in the 21st Century workplace, while enabling employers to build a steady pipeline of talented, local labor. For more information or to sign up as a Career Coach, please visit http://www.f4k.org.
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