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Meet the Team: Brian

Courtney Spiess

One of the best parts about joining Clicking Creates Change is working with such a diverse group of students. Our very own Director of Clicking Creates Change is proof! Brian Vadakin is a senior studying Spanish Language and Literature and is originally from Chardon, Ohio.   I asked Brian a few questions. Check out his Read More


Posted on 9th April, 2015

Meet Our 2015 Nonprofits

Courtney Spiess

Clicking Creates Change is underway and busy with filming and editing final multimedia projects for the three non-profits that were chosen this year. We’re excited to announce that the three non-profits are:   ABC Players Books to Prisoners The Athens Village   We are excited to work with these three organizations so we can promote Read More

Posted on 26th March, 2015

Project C Results: 2014

Emily Smith

Thanks to our supporters, we received 778 votes that determined how to allocate the $2,779.10 we raised this semester. We’re so thankful for the success of this year’s Project C installment and hope all of our supporters have enjoyed the hard work our team has put in to making the stories come alive. A special thanks Read More

Posted on 29th April, 2014

Meet Brian: Fundraising Director

Emily Smith

  Brian is a junior Spanish language and literature major. He’s our director of fundraising and organizes all our fundraising events and keeps track of Project C’s finances! Hometown: Chardon, Ohio How did you become involved with Project C? “Alex Martinez (co-executive director) is my roommate and Kaley Langenderfer (co-executive director) lives in the apartment below Read More

Posted on 17th April, 2014

Meet Emily + Lindsay: Marketing + Web Directors

Emily Smith

Meet Emily! Emily is a junior interactive design major and marketing minor. She’s Project C’s director of marketing and heads our marketing campaigns. Hometown: Columbus, OH How did you become involved with Project C? “I joined last year after seeing some fliers looking for designers hanging around Seigfred. I first got involved in critiquing the Read More


Posted on 19th March, 2014