Good Work Agency is an Inexpensive Alternative for Churches, Nonprofits and Small Business Who Want Quality Marketing Content at an Affordable Price
“We do good work for those who do good works.”
MOBILE, Ala. – The Good Work Agency, a student-run marketing agency based out of the School of Business at the University of Mobile, offers a cheaper solution for churches, nonprofits and small business who want quality marketing content capable of keeping up with the rapidly-changing times.
As of October 2018, the agency is open for business and prepared to begin serving and partnering with new clients. Services include: creating brand identities, developing modern, easy-to-use websites, and producing qualitative and quantitative social media strategies that will bring the client’s social media game to the next level.
Schedule an appointment today by visiting goodworkagency.org or emailing the agency at email@example.com. For more information, visit the website.
The 12-student agency is a “living laboratory” where students have practice learning experiences to enrich the learning process as part of UM’s Prac-ademicsTM approach to higher education. It is supervised by assistant professor of software development and digital media, Katie Allred ’12, who joined the faculty in August.
Allison Gray, an alumna of the University and the Agency said, “I am grateful that I got to be apart of this wonderful organization. It gives full-time students, like me, an opportunity to receive real-world experience, make powerful connections, and build lasting relationships that could later help me get a job after college.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Avery Wilhite is a social media strategist at University of Mobile. He will graduate in May 2022 with a Bachelor of Science in Business with a concentration in Digital Media and Advertising. He serves as the Director of the Good Work Agency. He is also a part of 3 musical ensembles at the university and actively serves the community with his local church. Avery enjoys quality time with friends and family and watching sci-fi movies based in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.