Public Relations and Marketing
The Public Relations and Marketing Department promotes the College and its students, faculty, and staff through comprehensive and coordinated public relations and marketing plans. The department creates a strong, positive, and consistent image for the College through its public relations and marketing that includes producing College publications, including the catalog, credit and non-credit course schedules, viewbooks, and a wide variety of other marketing materials including brochures, flyers, and posters. Public Relations and Marketing also writes press releases and handles media relations, manages and updates the college’s Web site, and produces and places advertising in a variety of media.
Have an idea for a feature story? Please send story ideas to Andrea Small, communications specialist.
Public Relations and Marketing Staff
Jennifer E. Stoner, executive director of public relations and marketing, (708) 709-3949
Kristin Carrera, manager, design and multimedia services, (708) 709-3633
Crystal Alston, communications and marketing specialist, (708) 709-7801
Sylvia Stremming, graphic designer (708) 709-7897
Nathan Albert, videographer and photographer, (708) 709-3563
Andrea Small, communications specialist, (708) 709-2948
Graphic Standards Manual
Graphic standards provide tips, policies, and procedures for achieving a high quality and consistent look in Prairie State’s publications, advertising, and Web pages. Prairie State’s graphic standards include things like how to use the College logo, number of fonts per document, College colors, and common design features for Web pages, flyers, posters, and ads.
Social Networking Guidelines
These guidelines are intended to assist PSC employees to effectively use social networking tools to advance the college’s mission and purpose, and to guide participation in these online conversations when employees are acting on behalf of the college. The same general principles that guide our messages and communications in traditional media should apply in the online social networking space. These guidelines were developed consistent with the college’s Board Policy C-21, Use of Information Resources including World Wide Web and Internet.