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Assabet Valley Tech Students Produce Video

Clinton Savings Bank engages teens to create student recognition program.

Bill May, video instructor, Alexis Carvalho, Jackie Orangio, Mark Hollick, Principal, and Deborah Harper, lead instructor in Design and Visual Communications, receive a donation from Clinton Savings Bank for a video produced by the students. Courtesy
Bill May, video instructor, Alexis Carvalho, Jackie Orangio, Mark Hollick, Principal, and Deborah Harper, lead instructor in Design and Visual Communications, receive a donation from Clinton Savings Bank for a video produced by the students. Courtesy

In light of the excitement and awareness for their recently launched student recognition program, CSB Champions, Clinton Savings Bank (clintonsavings.com) has enlisted the help of Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School in Marlborough to further highlight the Champions to date. Juniors Jocelyn Orangio and Alexis Carvalho were chosen to produce and edit a video for the Bank that celebrates and supports the contributions of the Champions.

Under the guidance of Assabet’s Lead Instructor of Design and Visual Communications, Deborah Harper, and Design and Visual Teacher, William May, the students created a five minute montage of the first five winners of the CSB Champions Program.

 “Assabet Valley is continually looking for ways to partner with our local business community, so when Clinton Savings Bank approached us, we found it to be a perfect opportunity to showcase our students’ talents.” Harper explains.

“We thought it was most fitting to reach out to local students to best tell the story of their peers,” stated Ellen McGovern, Senior Vice President and Director of Marketing at Clinton Savings Bank. “The result was an incredibly professional video that showcases just what students can do in all realms, after all, that’s what the CSB Champion program is all about.”

Recently Clinton Savings Bank was proud to present Assabet’s Design and Visual Communications Department with a donation of $500, as well as two $250 scholarships for both Orangio and Carvalho.

Clinton Savings Bank created the CSB Champions Program to recognize students from the region’s elementary, middle and high schools, as well as local colleges, for their successes in school, sports, the arts or the community. A new CSB Champion is chosen each month and honored in announcements on AMP 103.3 radio, in print ads placed in the selected hometown papers and Baystateparent magazine and online at CSB’s website, Facebook page and Twitter feed.

Check out the video on YouTube at the ExperienceCSB’s channel or go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMniz_o3orI. Anyone can nominate an individual or group of students by emailing marketing@clintonsavings.com.

About Clinton Savings Bank

Established in 1851, Clinton Savings Bank is among the oldest mutual community banks in Massachusetts with $475 million in assets and a broad range of financial products for consumers and businesses. Clinton Savings Bank has built a strong reputation in the communities serves from six full-service branches in Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Sterling and West Boylston. For more information, please visit clintonsavings.com.

Submitted by Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School.

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