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Author: Pam Rauch

Pam Rauch
Pamela Rauch serves as vice president of External Affairs and Economic Development for FPL, where she is responsible for all local government relations, community relations and economic development for the company. An experienced attorney, Pam started her career at FPL as a senior attorney, eventually becoming part of that leadership team as Associate General Counsel, managing the Real Estate, Land Use and Environmental Group. She is actively engaged with the community and serves on numerous boards and committees.

Student receives $20,000 college scholarship

Luis F. Andreu of West Broward High School in Pembroke Pines is the recipient of FPL’s 2018 robotics college scholarship. As the winner, Luis will receive $5,000 annually up to $20,000 to assist him through college. The 17-year old member of the BOTCATS team will be attending The Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta to pursue a career in mechanical engineering. FPL has a longstanding commitment to ensure students have access to effective robotics programs to drive student engagement in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curricula. In many cases, these programs also help break down barriers and provide...

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Showing the Power to Care

This year, at FPL we celebrated our 10th annual Power to Care Week, a company-sponsored week of service in our communities. Hundreds of our employees, family and friends came together to volunteer in 30 projects across 11 counties in our service area. Throughout the week, they rolled up their sleeves and got their hands dirty to make the communities we serve even better places to work and raise families.  A few of the impacts made during the week include: More than 10,000 pounds of tomatoes gleaned with CROS Ministries to be distributed by Palm Beach County Food Bank; 100 “We Care” packages assembled and sent to U.S. soldiers deployed overseas by Forgotten Soldiers Outreach; More than 1,700 pounds of trash and debris collected at beaches in South Florida; Seven homes improved for neighbors in need in Florida City and Little Havana in Miami-Dade County and through partnerships with Habitat for Humanity in Manatee, Palm Beach and Volusia Counties; 1,000 meals packed for the Children’s Hunger Project in Brevard County, ensuring students have meals over the weekend; and One school beautification project in Palm Beach County and one school garden beautification project in Collier County. None of this could have been possible without the volunteerism of our FPL family and their commitment to FPL’s core value to do the right thing. Our employees give back to their communities not just...

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High School Students Show Off Skills at FPL

At FPL, we’re committed to supporting education programs that spark student creativity, interest and involvement in STEM programs. This is one way we’re working with the communities we serve to help make Florida an even better place to work and live. We know STEM programs prepare today’s students for exciting and well-paid jobs in the future – and these are the future employees we look for. That’s why to-date, we’ve sponsored 70 robotics teams across our service area.

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Bringing Energy Efficiency Education to Schools

At FPL, we’re committed to education and enriching Florida students’ experiences. One way we do this is by partnering with The National Theatre for Children (NTC) to bring to elementary schools throughout our service area Captain Wattage – a show about electricity and energy conservation.

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