MBIT Commercial Art & Advertising Design students create emblem for the Bucks County District Attorney’s Veteran Division Program

The Middle Bucks Institute of Technology’s Commercial Art and Advertising Design stu­dents were asked by District Attorney Weintraub to cre­ate an emblem for the Veteran Division Program’s men­tor polo shirts. They were hap­py to donate their tal­ent and tech­ni­cal skills for such a worth­while cause as help­ing American vet­er­ans. These col­lab­o­ra­tions not only help impor­tant orga­ni­za­tions, but it also gives the stu­dents real work experiences. 

Ms. Carolyn Debuque and Mr. Elwood Hippel from the Bucks County’s District Attorney’s Office, Veterans Diversion Program pre­sent­ed the five stu­dents final­ists Alex DeMets, Dylan Dunham, Aidan Higgins, Tyler Marek, and Hayden Rocco with Certificates of Appreciation and the organization’s Mission Accomplished coin. They chose the design by Dylan Dunham to be used as the logo for the mentor’s polo shirts.