Create clever, current media content to garner more attention via social media with eye-catching visuals. We want to create cartoons of the canisters used to store nuclear waste at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, bringing to life each canister with their respective flaws. The project would include around 15 illustrations of each canister and an image of all the canisters in group design to be posted on social media.
As a group of scientists working on a highly technical issue, we are constantly exploring avenues to make the material and the findings digestible and eye-catching for the public. Creating cartoons depicting canister flaws would provide top-notch visual content for social media and allow our foundation to engage with active community members. This would fill a hole in our nonprofit social media strategy and allow us to continue working on the more technical side of the issue of nuclear waste.
The Samuel Lawrence Foundation (SLF) strives to promote human interaction in communities and encourages broader access to science, education, and the arts.
SLF believes breakthrough happens by working at the intersection of science, education, and the arts. Standing alone, each area fulfills a vital function. Standing together, they provide for the well-being of the earth and its people.
SLF acts as a "community engagement bridge," connecting local and international groups to move forward with bold vision and actions to address and impact some of the most pressing needs facing our nation and the world.