Why ThinkFast Works
Although many of our events are a perfect fit for your Orientation crowd because of their unique features and benefits, one event in particular, ThinkFast®, is so effective at accomplishing your objectives that it has become a standard Summer/Fall Orientation program for hundreds of colleges across the country each year. Built around the concept of team effort, and designed to cater to large audiences, ThinkFast® promotes team play, giving your incoming students the opportunity to interact with other new students, continuing students, staff, and faculty.
Voted Cameo Magazine’s Reader’s Choice ‘Interactive Event of the Year’ for 9 years running, ThinkFast® is such a highly rated program because of its many diverse features. With an impressive MTV-style production staging, and professional sound & lighting, and our use of multi digit audience response technology to incorporate your entire audience (of any size) for the entire duration of the program.
Incoming students are organized, and compete as teams. It’s a great “Team Building” feature of ThinkFast. We work with you to incorporate your custom awareness, or educational content with our age relevant pop culture trivia, music video questions, 20 Second Challenge, and numerous other interactions with your students on stage. As a spectator of this high-energy show, you will see your diverse audience; ranging in age, race, interests and talent all captivated by this fast-paced, interactive program.
For Orientation programs, ThinkFast® is an effective tool to present information to students in a non-intrusive manner. Many clients submit questions about their school history, campus information, resources, or the community to incorporate into the ThinkFast® production. This is particularly helpful to new students as it provides information for them to become more familiar with the campus, school’s mission and values. An example is below:
Where on campus would you visit to find information on Clubs, Sports and Greek life?
Student Life Office, University Commons, Admissions Office, Academic Building, Registrar’s Office