TOWN

 
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TOWN Mag is my passion project, my baby, slowly growing. My mission is to tell real and raw stories of success and failure to bridge the gap between alumni and current students from Watertown High School. Experience the site for yourself here www.townmag.co or read more on why I started Town Mag.


creative direction, Brand, Design, Photography, User Experience, Video

Hometown pride, modern love

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Community engagement, activism, Press

Website offers way for alumni to share stories of their lives

WATERTOWN — Watertown High School alumni Colleen Murphy wants to share the stories of her fellow graduates. To that end, she has created the website Town, found at www.townmag.co. Read more from the Town Times.


Community Engagement, Activism, User Experience, Press 

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Townies Talk

We took TOWN and pushed it into reality. In April of 2018 and 2019, I partnered with WHS to host a Townies Talk Panel at Watertown High School and an Alumni Networking Dinner at Fino Wood Fired Pizza. Alumni Story Tellers were invited to return to the high school to share their stories, answer questions, and inspire current WHS students. We were excited to be off-line and in real-life, to share ideas, and inspire the community! We really appreciate the teachers who encouraged students to attend the event and we think the 90 minutes was valuable time that not only helped students understand specific careers paths, but also life in general.

 
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ALUMNI WISDOM

APRIL 2019 - In April, Watertown High School students discussed life after high school with recent WHS alumni. The event was organized by alumna Colleen Murphy… Read more ->

 
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Town Magazine shows life after high school

WATERTOWN APRIL 2018 - "The materials that we produce and the stories that we share, can be easily applied to guidance councilors helping students figure out college decisions or teachers helping a student cope through a tough time. Many alumni are open to connecting with students and answering questions about career choices and student loans." Read more at the Town Times.