2014 2e Creative Internship Project

We’ve always prided ourselves on the realness of our internship program — the fact that we give our interns real clients with real deadlines, which translates into real experience they can use once they graduate. This summer was no different.

Hope for Henry is one such client. A young organization that seeks to raise funds for Henry Diemler and other children affected by Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, the team at Hope for Henry needed help in bolstering their awareness and fundraising capabilities. Their initial task for 2e was to completely brand their annual golf tournament, the organization’s main fundraising event for the year. Our interns, guided by their individual mentors, did just that — along with delivering supplemental signage, letterhead, and additional collateral for the tournament’s potential players and sponsors.


In addition, the 2e interns recognized the need for a more direct channel for interested supporters to reach out to the organization. As a result, they conceptualized, designed, and developed an entire website for people to learn more about the organization, the golf tournament, and how they could sign up or help.


To learn more about Hope for Henry, and how you can support a great cause, visit their website at

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