THE GOOD WORD can host your school newspaper, our design greatly minimizes printing costs and our international sales team can help secure advertising on your site and train your students in advertising sales, marketing, journalism and photography. Intern programs are available. The world of new has changed dramatically and it allows larger corporations to target their audience, but how likely is it that a 16 year old will sign up NIKE as a sponsor for one school. We will aid these companies target thousands of schools, providing a profitable model for all .
THE GOOD WORD is uniquely positioned to help students stay positive and productive. THE GOOD WORD doesn’t preach, it simply promotes faith in each other and attempts to offer a message of hope that can bond all race, creed, color and religion.
We can work with your school to create intern programs in advertising, marketing and journalism and photography that qualify for high school or college credit.
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