The AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland has launched its new website. The site was created by the advanced web class at Cuyahoga Community College’s Western campus. After thorough research and planning, the group proposed several possible solutions as well as designs.
Josh Stollings, who will graduate in the Spring of 2011, is the designer whose plan was chosen. “It was a difficult decision.” said Tracy Jones, interim Executive Director of the ATGC. “All the designs were really wonderful”. The team pulled together to build the site according to Josh’s design.
“It is our hope that the site will serve the needs of the ATGC and the community they serve”, said Angela Berlingeri, the instructor. “It is wonderful to be able to contribute this; to give back”.
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The Taskforce is an advocate for those whose lives are impacted by HIV/AIDS. We encourage you to become an advocate as well. Only through our joined voices will our elected officials consider those living with and affected by HIV/AIDS when making policy and funding decisions. Only when we speak together with one voice, will we increase awareness among the general population.
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