Two Men and a Truck is holding a contest for a fresh coloring page design for Movers for Moms®. Movers for Moms is our national giving program aimed to assist moms in need. All our franchise locations collect donations to deliver to women’s and family shelters every spring. The franchises partner with various organizations to collect these items and make Mother’s Day special for all moms, regardless of their circumstances. In 2019 alone, we collected more than 383,000 items in 44 states.
- The design would be outlines in black and white for kids to color in at any of our Movers for Moms events and to put in the kits sent to all our franchises to give away.
- Theme is family/moms. The design should stick in a childlike/cartoon type style (See attached pages for reference of our current coloring book).
- Files accepted: Print Ready PDFs or Packaged Illustrator or InDesign files
Winner will have to sign a legal waiver granting us unlimited usage rights to the design and full intellectual property rights.
The winner will be selected by a panel of TMT Marketing personnel and will be informed via email that they won.
Prize: $200 Visa gift card
Contest will run Oct 14 – Nov 15
Winner will be announced Nov. 22
For more information about this contest, go here.
If you’re interested in how the arts can reach beyond the gallery or concert hall, this workshop is for you!
Join Chicago Art Institute faculty member and Hyde Park Jazz Festival Director Kate Dumbleton for a lunch conversation on the role that performers, educators, composers, and artists can have in working with civic organizations to address social and cultural issues. We’ll cover ways to do social justice work, collaborative work, problem-solving in the arts, and how money flows in this work.
Bring your lunch and get familiar with the traditions, cuisine and sightseeing of Uzbekistan!
Are you interested in completing an internship in Washington D.C. this summer while earning MSU credit? The MSU College of Arts & Letters partners with an organization in D.C. that identifies customized internship placements for students in industries such as historical/archival research, advertising, politics and law, NGOs/nonprofits, community services, social entrepreneurship, government/policy, and more.
Housing, internship placements, professional development workshops, and on-site activities are included in the program fee. Visit the D.C. Study Away Internship web page for more information or to apply.
Please join the Creative Writing Program and the RCAH Center for Poetry for Live Lit, a showcase of undergraduate writing, featuring the work of Cassandra Bloomingdale, Madeline Bradley, and Hannah Ramirez.
The three readers will also engage in conversation about writing and craft with Romeo Oriogun, author of The Origin of Butterflies, published through the New Generation African Poets Chapbook Series. The event will be held Tuesday, October 29, at 7 pm in the LookOut Gallery of Snyder-Phillips Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
Whether you’re a student pursuing the minor in Entrepreneurship, improving an existing business, or launching a new idea in the Gaynor Entrepreneurship Lab, you’re facing the challenge of creating a strong, profitable business model that will compete in today’s marketplace.
The Business Model Canvas is a strategic management and entrepreneurial tool to describe, design, challenge, invent, or pivot your business. Intrigued?
Then come receive one-on-one support and guidance from experienced entrepreneurial faculty at Michigan State University.
What’s the catch? Nothing! Let’s work together to build your business.
This workshop is specifically designed for postdocs. This interactive workshop provides a collaborative environment where participants will explore a range of career planning tools relevant to their needs, identify and map goals onto a timeline, and identify milestones important to reaching those goals. Read more and register here.
This interactive writing workshop is designed to help you develop an individualized plan for graduate writing, especially comprehensive exams, dissertation proposals, and dissertations. Session 1 is designed for students in the early years of their PhD study. In this 3-hour workshop, plans for time management and working with others will be the main focus. Read more and register here.