- White graphics on turquoise T-shirt
- Front, back and sleeve side are the options for the design
- Clear and clean 1 color design
- Only vector graphics
- Logo may not be changed nor included in the front design, but may be added on the sleeve or in the back
**Think sleek, bold, modern and youthful!**
(1) An idea growing in popularity among our office is to create a university athletics style t-shirt with the jersey number 20, perhaps mentioning "Established in 1993" and emphasizing "US-Eurasia." See the supplementary document "Athletics Style" for a sample sketch. Having "FLEX Alumni" instead of simply "FLEX" on the front is an option.
(2) Incorporating our 20th Anniversary tagline, "Celebrate. Reconnect. Pay It Forward." is desired. This idea can be combined with idea #1 or #3.
(3) Incorporating the following words literally (i.e. word clouds) or figuratively into the design or design concept is another idea. They are words alumni chose to describe what the Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) program has given them:
-new outlook on life
-ability to dream big
-ability to learn and share with communities
Background/Clients: FLEX alumni have studied in the U.S. at the high school level for one academic year. They passed three rounds of testing in order to participate, free of charge. The program is funded by the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, a branch of the U.S. Department of State, and administered by American Councils for International Education. These alumni have been placed with host families of all shapes and sizes, in small towns and large cities alike, in all states. They come from countries of the former Soviet Union: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Ukraine. The program was founded by New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley, as part of the FREEDOM Support Act of 1992. Our most senior FLEX alumni came back in 1993, and our most junior alumni (C'2013) only recently returned to their home countries. As alumni, they are encouraged to organize and participate in activities related to community service, professional development, civic engagement and English language/American culture upon their return home after their exchange years. To see examples of their projects and successes for some design inspiration, visit our online newsletter at http://www.BradleyHerald.com.