As a result of Circuit Media’s efforts to promote and standardize the use of clear, concise communications, our CEO Rebecca was selected to sit on the Board of Directors for the Center for Plain Language. The Center for Plain Language is a non-profit organization that helps government agencies and businesses write clear and understandable documents. The Center supports those who use plain language, trains those who should use plain language, and urges people to demand plain language in all the documents they receive, read, and use. Our communications team participated in a training session with the Center’s founder in April of this year, where we learned many useful skills that can be employed in almost every aspect of our work. Rebecca and the Center are planning an event in Denver this fall, so keep an eye out in the coming months for further details.
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Circuit Media recently learned that our company made the ColoradoBiz Magazine list of Top Woman Owned Companies for the first time! The 2016 list features companies from a wide range of industries, and we are so excited to be featured among them. We hope to use this recognition as a source of motivation to continue to push toward success, for the rest of this year and beyond.
Congrats to our editorial and design teams for winning big at last night’s Society of Professional Journalists Top of the Rockies Awards! Hannah, Doug, and Joe won a total of eight awards — four for the design team and two each for Doug and Hannah, including a total sweep of the legal enterprise reporting category. Way to go, everyone!
Have you ever wished you could be a fly on the wall for a certain construction project? No? Well, before you rule it out, check out this awesome video. It allows you to get a glimpse into all of the hard work that’s been happening on the Horizon Drive Roundabouts project in Grand Junction since September 2015. The public information team wishes we had one of these videos for all of our projects!
USDOT Summer Internships
Women in Transportation Initiative (WITI)
This summer the U.S. Department of Transportation will award 2 scholarships to female college students interested in a career in the transportation industry. The internship is for 320 hours and pays $5,000.
For program information and an application, contact Curt Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-800-3711.
If you know a female college student who is interested in a career in the transportation industry, and she meets the criteria below, please share this information with her.
The student eligibility requirements are:
1. Be female
2. Be at least a junior in academic standing
3. Be enrolled in the fall 2016 semester
4. Have a cumulative GPA of 2.8 or better
5. Fill out and return all application materials
We are happy to announce that Circuit Media has recently earned “Certifiably Green Denver Business” status with the City of Denver’s Department of Environmental Health!
Circuit Media is committed to reducing our company’s environmental footprint and promoting environmental stewardship at all levels of our organization. We believe that minimizing our environmental impact is an essential part of contributing to the community and to future generations so that they are able to live, work and play in a clean and safe environment.
In the process of obtaining our certification, we’ve created a green policy that all of our employees have embraced. The policy outlines our efforts to use environmentally safe supplies and services, as well as minimize pollution and waste, conserve energy and water, buy environmentally friendly products and encourage environmentally preferable transportation.
For more information about our green policy, please click here.
For more information about the Certifiably Green Denver program, please click here.
Some of the results of our green efforts: