Patricia Browne has been working with Quincy (Massachusetts) Public Schools since 1995. She has designed web sites, created course catalogs, actively marketed education programs, written press releases, designed brochures and fliers, and much more.
For nearly 15 years, Browne has created and designed print projects for Quincy Public Schools. Here are a few examples of her work:
The Career & Technical Department prints a quarterly newsletter which is distributed to students, staff, business partners, and families. The goal of this newsletter is to educate students about the career services available, alternative careers, training options, and more. This newsletter has been published since April 2008. Browne works with Career Specialists, researches and writes original content, finds relevant web sources for students, does the design and layout for every issue. See sample issues:
This is a series of three ads for the adult education program in 2007. The humor and design of the ads were aimed to attract a slightly younger audience.
Quincy Public Schools has a very active partnership program which connects local and regional businesses to the school system. Programs are tailored to match the giving needs of businesses to the needs of students and the schools. Browne has designed targeted advertising, web, written compelling direct mail packages, and promotional pieces for this program for nearly 10 years, helping the program grow to its current multi-million dollar value today.