North Brunswick, N.J., Jan. 28 — A logo design by Josh Hriniak, a Graphic Design & Animation student at Anthem Institute North Brunswick was selected as the grand prize winner in the Career College Association (CCA) logo design contest.
Chosen from among dozens of designs submitted by students across the country, Hriniak’s design will be used as the official logo for the CCA’s Annual Career College Association Convention & Exposition, scheduled to take place at the Palazzo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas from June 9-11. The logo will be used in promotional materials, signs, mailers and on CCA’s website. Hriniak won a cash prize for his efforts.
"We are thrilled that CCA recognized Josh’s talents by choosing his design as the grand prize winner for this competition," said Maria Veglia, president of Anthem Institute North Brunswick.
"Our Graphic Design & Animation program is growing and attracting talented students like Josh every day."
In addition to Hriniak’s grand prize, an Anthem Institute Graphic Design & Animation student from Springfield, PA, Holly Prescott, was named the Second Honorable Mention award winner in the competition.
Guidelines for the contest required students to design a convention logo that raises the professional look of the convention and of the career college industry. The theme of the convention is "Winning Hand…Education, Jobs and a Globally Competitive Workplace."
About Anthem Institute
Anthem Institute, located at US1 South in North Brunswick, NJ, is part of the Anthem Education Group of schools and colleges. Anthem Education Group (AEG) is a Phoenix, Arizona-based family of schools and colleges that provides career focused training and education programs at 22 accredited institutions in 14 states and through online programs, offering masters, bachelors and associates degrees as well as diplomas. The Anthem Education Group family of schools, which has been providing quality post-secondary education for more than a century, includes Anthem College, Anthem College Online, Anthem Institute, The Bryman School of Arizona, Morrison University, Allied College and High-Tech Institute.