The Power of Giving: The Ennis Foundation

Job #124881

Job Posting Details

Job # 124881 The Power of Giving: The Ennis Foundation

Posted Date
Nov 17, 2014 @ 15:24
Respond By
Nov 20, 2014
Word Count
Conversational, Friendly
English (North American)
Age Range

Job Description

Project Overview
It’s a very short animated (maybe 8 minutes) learning module for our internal employee-funded program called the Ennis Foundation. The funds helps when our employees have catastrophic situations, flood, fire, ect and need financial assistance. It’s a light-hearted piece that aims to entertain, inform and motivate employees to donate to the fund.

This piece is meant for Gentiva employees. This includes our clinical field staff such as home health aides, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, and social workers. It also includes or corporate staff.

Artistic Direction:
I’ve modeled the piece on this link below, and looking for a very similar approach with the voice. It’s going to be the same kind of format where the voice talent answers the questions the learner answers via response button in the course.

The voice should be friendly, fun, thoughtful and very conversational. You will be having a conversation with the learner in this piece, so establishing a banter is what we are seeking.

Need the files delivered in MP3 format.
Please deliver via Hightail or FTP
Please split and label according to slide names and sections outlined in the script. Each slide or section needs to be individually split and labeled.
Please price to include minor pickups.
Normal turnaround is fine.
Will send final script upon quote approval.
thank you!

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