The one-day event will welcome high school and college students to gain professional experience while helping local nonprofits expand their online presence.
Naperville, Illinois (June 20, 2016) – Launch Digital Marketing, a Naperville-based digital marketing company, has announced its LaunchU event taking place on Saturday, November 5 from 8AM to 5PM at its 1864 High Grove Lane, Suite #100 office in Naperville.
The company will welcome high school and college students to gain professional experience by splitting up into teams with Launch professionals to develop and execute a marketing campaign for local nonprofits The H Foundation, an organization dedicated to making a difference in the fight against cancer, and Arc of Illinois, who helps individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities become active participants in their communities. Teams will build campaigns utilizing Google Adwords, keyword search strategy, and landing page development. At the end of the event, the participating nonprofits will choose their favorite campaign which will then be executed by Launch Digital Marketing.
“We’re so excited to offer young and inspired students the chance to do a little good while gaining resumé building skills, as well as real-world experience working with clients and timelines,” said Ryan Shreve, Front-End Developer and LaunchU Organizer at Launch Digital Marketing. “Giving students the chance to launch a Google Adwords campaign seen across the web while gaining training, knowledge, and networking opportunities is very much in the spirit of our company and we can’t wait to see what we can create together!”
High school Juniors and Seniors and any college students interested in participating in this event can enroll at https://www.launchdigitalmarketing.com/launchu/. Participants will have the chance to win an iPad Pro, Amazon gift cards, and more, and are encouraged to enroll in teams of four (4) comprised of various skills and backgrounds in design, development, communication, etc. Single enrollment will be accepted as well.