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ALBERT LEA, Minn. — The United Way of Freeborn County turned to college students to put together some campaign videos.
They release campaign videos every so often for local businesses to use to show employees what they are doing in the community.
Two Waldorf students put together nearly 20 videos for the United Way.
They were in charge of setting up and doing the interviews in Freeborn County and edited everything back at Waldorf.
“I had started talking to some of the communication students and one of them showed interest of looking for opportunities to start doing portfolio work so he could get real experience to show when he goes for job interviews,” said Amanda Weiss with United Way of Freeborn County and also a Waldorf alumna.
She said one of the students is from Colorado and the other is from California. They hope to get into the film and editing background after graduation.
The videos can be seen here.