Washington, D.C. – October 25, 2018 – SRB Communications recently worked with Pepco, and Prince George’s County Public Schools to reward 40 middle-school students and their parents with tickets to a Redskins’ game.
The sponsorship highlights the achievements of middle school students who have demonstrated an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics). Pepco, a long-time client of SRB Communications, is committed to supporting STEM education.
A group of 40 “Pepco” STEM All Star students from Oxon Hill and Thomas Johnson middle schools attended a classroom session on Wednesday, October 10 to learn the science behind football.
Pepco STEM All Stars are students excelling in STEM who strive for academic excellence and to be of service to their school and the community at-large. Pepco is committed to fostering interest and engagement in critical STEM skills inside and outside the classroom.
The Pepco communications’ team joined the students at the Howard B. Owens Science Center where Pepco and SRB Communications handed out STEM All Star t-shirts, helped students through their STEM learning stations, and delivered a surprise announcement that Pepco would be sending students and their parents to a Washington Redskins game. (The students attended the Oct. 14th game between the Redskins and the Carolina Panthers.)
“We salute the Pepco STEM All Stars for their commitment to rigorous education, service and preparing for college and the needs of tomorrow’s workforce,” Dr. Sheila Brooks, President and CEO of SRB Communications says.
SRB Communications has worked with Pepco since 1996.
To see the Pepco STEM All Stars in action on Twitter click here.
SRB Communications is a full-service 28-year-old advertising and marketing agency in Washington, D.C., with satellite offices in Baltimore, Maryland and Manhattan, New York. The boutique agency specializes in multicultural markets, public relations, media relations, community outreach and broadcast production. See more of our work with Pepco