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Thank You PCA&D Students for Designing Our New Branded House of Logos

We are honored to have been chosen by the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design (PCA&D) to participate in their 16th annual Designathon. This event brought together the incredible talents of PCA&D students and faculty, who generously dedicated their time and expertise to create a professional-quality branded house of logos that we can use for the various programs offered here at the Schreiber Center.

We extend our deepest gratitude to the PCA&D students Renee and Logan, along with their alumni advisor Maddie, for their outstanding contributions. We were blown away by their creativity and grateful for the hard work and commitment they dedicated to this project.

Renee, Logan, and Maddie spent the entire day on Saturday crafting eight different logos for our various therapy services, educational programs, and recreational activities. Their designs capture the essence of Schreiber’s mission with vibrancy and clarity, ensuring that our message reaches those who need it most. Each logo reflects the diverse facets of our organization with vibrancy and fun.

Don’t take our word for it though. Check out the creations born out of their collaboration:

Eight new logos created for various programs and services at Schreiber, provided by PCA&D students.

Thank you again to PCA&D for selecting the Schreiber Center to participate in this year’s Designathon, and to Renee, Logan, and Maddie for putting together these stunning designs for us. We believe that they will bring a necessary sense of visual cohesion to our programs and services offered. We are truly honored to have been chosen, and we look forward to continuing our partnership in the years to come.

Learn more about the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design including special events like Designathon here: https://pcad.edu/pcad-news/

As a nationally recognized pediatric facility, the Schreiber Center for Pediatric Development provides family-centered education and therapy programs for infants, children and adolescents with disabilities, developmental delays, and acquired injuries. Our goal-oriented approach maximizes each child’s ability to function independently within the community.