Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES students create public service announcements about vaccination

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A sequence of public service bulletins made by college students from Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES have been launched to encourage individuals to get vaccinated.

College students from the BOCES Graphic Design and New Media Program partnered with the Auburn Metropolis Authorities and Cayuga County for the “Do not Wait, Vaccinate!” The challenge goals to “persuade essentially the most weak and poorest populations locally to acquire the COVID-19 vaccine,” in line with a BOCES press launch.

“This has been a helpful challenge for my college students, as a result of they’re utilizing their inventive abilities to make work within the public curiosity,” Auburn program trainer and metropolis councilor Terry Cuddy mentioned within the press launch.

College students made movies and posters to advertise the message. The marketing campaign consists of neighborhood leaders reminiscent of Auburn Mayor Mike Quill, Cayuga County Legislature President Aileen McNabb-Coleman, Reverend Paris Value, Harriet Tubman Memorial AME Zion Church Pastor and District Board Vice President Auburn College Enlarged Metropolis Dr. Eli Hernandez and others who advocate the vaccine. One video exhibits the step-by-step strategy of receiving the vaccine on the county vaccination website on the Fingerlakes Buying Middle, whereas one other exhibits entrepreneur Brian Muldrow being vaccinated. A Spanish-language PSA additionally consists of Hernandez.

“I am wanting ahead to returning to reside leisure at outside and indoor music venues,” Jack Hardy, president of the Auburn Civil Service Fee, mentioned in one of many PSAs.



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