Giving Back to Our Community

We believe in our community. We look for opportunities to support the local and regional efforts through the donation of in-kind services.

"On behalf of WEC, thank you again for donating your time and energy today. Your presentation was very good and generated a lot of interest among the meeting attendees."
- Betty Schmucker, Brown and Caldwell / Women's Engineering Council (WEC)

The San Diego Art Institute (SDAI): Museum of the Living Artist is a not-for-profit art gallery located in Balboa Park in San Diego, California. A new exhibition of works by talented Southern California regional artists opens every four to six weeks in this specially designed 10,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art gallery space, dedicated to the advancement of the visual arts through outreach, education, and exhibition.

San Diego Art Institute: Museum of the Living Artist (SDAI)
In 1998, BRG was requested to participate in the development of a Business Advisory Board and the subsequent Board of Directors reorganization as SDAI moved forward after sixty years of growth. An integral part of reinventing SDAI, we donated time and resources as we developed community outreach strategies, recruited board members, and led marketing and branding committees. In an effort to encourage sustainability, we left the Board of Directors in 2004 and took on a consultative role on SDAI’s Board of Advisors.

San Diego’s Regional Educational Technology Fair, also known as the High Tech Fair (HTF), gives the region’s technology leaders a chance to interact with local high school and middle school students in a unique, learning-rich environment. Business and community representatives exhibit interactive displays showcasing current and future technologies to 2,500 eager students in the greater San Diego region.

San Diego Science Alliance
Regional Educational Technology Fair (High Tech Fair)

Since 1999, BRG has been an integral part of the success of the HTF, sitting on the Steering Committee and providing pro bono publicity and media relations support to the event.

To learn more about the HTF, including registering to exhibit at upcoming events and sponsorship opportunities, please visit SDSA’s website at

The Mathematical Association of America
The Curriculum Foundations (CF) Project is part of a major MAA review of the undergraduate programs in mathematics. The goal is a document that will assist mathematics departments as they plan their programs through the first decade of the 21st century.
During a two-year curriculum review process, BRG participated as a workforce development expert in the area of Electronics, Telecommunications, and Semiconductor Technology. Alongside industry representatives from the U.S. Air Force, Intel Corporation, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, we volunteered time and resources to recommend changes to the National Science Foundation (NSF). For more information on these efforts, including summary reports, please visit the Mathematical Association of America's CRAFTY Project at

EYH gives girls in grades 6-10 the opportunity to attend a full-day program at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). Workshops ranging from Archeology to Zoology enable hands-on explorations in science, mathematics, and technology. Girls in grades 6-10 from the greater San Diego region have the chance to talk with others who share their interests and will have college women studying in science and technology as mentors for the whole day.
Expanding Your Horizons Conference (EYH)

In 2000, BRG was asked to sit on the initial Planning Board for San Diego’s Expanding Your Horizon’s (EYH) Conference. Since that time we have provided pro bono publicity and media relations support to the overwhelmingly successful pilot conference in October 2002 and each successive event.

To learn more about San Diego’s EYH Conference, please visit their website at







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