The California Community Colleges developed a variety of campaign materials to support foster youth throughout the state. If you want to spread the word about NextUp, you can download the logo packages, buttons and printed campaign materials below. We hope you find these materials helpful in promoting and explaining the NextUp program to staff and students.
If you have technical difficulties with the files or have any questions about these guidelines, please contact Paige Marlatt Dorr at email@example.com.
Click on the logo of your choice below to see available colors and file types.
The NextUp Logo Guidelines are provided to help determine when and how the logos and taglines are to be used. We ask that you follow these approved guidelines at all times and use the logo and tagline whenever referencing the NextUp program.
If you want to spread the word about the NextUp program, click on one of the images below to get specifications and download print materials. Because our quantities are limited, these files are available to download and print in house and/or with your local printer.
Our website buttons are provided for use on your college’s website (on English and/or Spanish-language pages as appropriate) to promote the NextUp program which supports current and former foster youth. These buttons are provided in three different variations for your use, allowing you to choose which iteration best fits within your college’s website.
Each button is provided to you at the largest possible size, and may be scaled down according to your needs. Once embedded, the images will need to be coded to click through to NextUp.cccco.edu where students can learn more about the program, watch videos about participating student experiences, and learn more about deadlines and program qualifications.
Before downloading, please determine the appropriate sized button by comparing the width of the column of where the button will be placed, to the width range of each button. For example, if you plan to place the button in a column that is 200pixels wide, use the “Small Button Template” resizing to fit the intended target column. You can then resize to fit your column/location, making sure that the image is no smaller or bigger than +/-20 percent of the width of the original image. These instructions are also embedded as HTML notes in each of the HTML templates provided.