Clear Profits Digitial Design Camp Will Provide Local Students a Chance to Explore their Creativity While Learning Valuable Digital Skills

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During the week of June 12th through the 16th, Clear Profits Digital Marketing will be hosting a Digital Design Camp for local students in 6th through 8th grades, ages 11 to 15. The camp is designed to provide students with a small taste of the digital marketing world, explains Media Specialist Adam Friedline:

“It is really a chance for students to explore their creativity while also maybe picking up a couple skills with the devices they use everyday. Every kid these days probably has a smart phone and is probably using Chromebooks in their classes and those are the devices we are going to lean into for this camp. In exploring that, we will have a really great chance for these students to partner with a couple of local businesses in the community and what they will be doing is creating mock advertisements for these businesses, short videos, flyers, and it is really going to be a chance for kids to I think realize that these devices they use everyday, can actually be used for something really constructive as well; something they could go onto use in a future career.”

Clear Profits has partnered with the Monmouth-Roseville School District to have ESL translators available throughout the camp. More details of the upcoming camp can be found here: Digital Design Camp – Clear Profits Digital Marketing (clearprofitsdm.com)

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