As part of JPL’s ongoing commitment to the community, four summer interns partnered with Cocoa Packs, Inc. to redesign its existing website. Cocoa Packs is a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing the growing issue of food insecurity by making sure that children have the basic nutrition and support to promote their success.
After assessing potential needs of the organization, JPL interns Zac Stoll (York College), Dalton Spitler (Lebanon Valley College) and Brandon Kauffman (Bloomsburg University) and d’Vinci intern Daniel Hinssen (Bloomsburg University), worked to redesign the organization’s website. d’Vinci is JPL’s subsidiary company focused on developing learning experiences.
The new site features streamlined user navigation and a fresh, new design. The interns hope to increase awareness of the many programs offered by Cocoa Packs within the new site, and provide a user-friendly platform to announce and advertise upcoming programs and events.
“We could not be more grateful for the breath of fresh air the JPL and d’Vinci interns brought to the overhaul of the Cocoa Packs website. Their creativity, innovative ideas, expertise in graphic design and content has elevated our non-profit to a whole new level,” said Christine Drexler, Cocoa Packs President/Founder.
JPL has been donating communications and marketing help to area non-profits through its intern program for more than 20 years. To learn more about Cocoa Packs, visit their new website.