Loudoun County Public Schools

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Loudoun County Public Schools — "Star in Your Own Life" is part of a multichannel teacher recruitment campaign we conceived, designed and wrote. Main campaign brochure highlights the advantages of the region and lifestyle.
Loudoun County Public Schools — Created as part of a multichannel teacher recruitment campaign, the brochure is a tool used by college seniors to compare the advantages of different school districts. Project services included concept and writing in addition to design.
Loudoun County Public Schools — Animated landing page of a teacher recruitment website. Project included flash programming and creation of database application that aggregated site visit interactions. Launch Website.
Loudoun County Public Schools — Animated, flash-based teacher recruitment website, aimed at college seniors; included an interactive game that featured county attributes and lifestyles. Launch Website.
Loudoun County Public Schools — Response page for a flash-based teacher recruitment website including the creation of an interactive game that maximized visitor engagement. Launch Website.
Loudoun County Public Schools — Promotional movie theater trailer to create awareness of employment opportunities for this public school district.
Loudoun County Public Schools — Promotional items developed as part of a multichannel teacher recruitment campaign, for distribution at job fairs, aimed at college seniors.
Loudoun County Public Schools — Brand developed for Loudoun County Public Schools applied to job fair flyers, employee handbook and personnel flyers.
Loudoun County Public Schools — Brand developed for Loudoun County Public Schools applied to flyers, handbooks and a series of program brochures.
Loudoun County Public Schools — Series of personnel brochures developed for Loudoun County Public Schools as part of a branding effort.

Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) is the fourth largest school district in the Commonwealth of Virginia and one of the fastest growing in the country. In less than a decade the system grew from educating 34,589 students (in 2001) to 63,220 (2010).