america's media crisis started with its biggest brands...Help teachers and children generatethe most exciting jobs creation game? A 21st C mashup of a board game like monopoly, a quiz like trivial pursuits, and both a mass media and an app such as jobs creation sharkette tank?. more : why not blog your peoples search for world record jobs creators ..last 7 years of generation of changing education
1 the board - maps of large continents and small islands, of super cities and rural villages, transportation routes for exchanging what people make connected to webs like Jack Ma's gateways where 3000 people co-create live for a day before linking in their networks (Notes on valuing freedom and happiness) join 25th year of debating whether we the parnets and youth can change education in tine to be sustainable
2 rules of jobs-rich trading games - lifelong grade 1 to 69, beginners to experienced connecting many previous games - eg game 1 if your region has no access to a seaport, how are trading dryports developed
3 backup every trial game ever played including successes & failures, searchable by valuable collaboration factors; geographically neighbouring, match particular skill (eg electrical engineerings) around the world
3.1 cases and the cultural lessons from future history that worldwide youth will need to translate if they are to be the sustainability generation
3.2 unexpected joys; eg often the most exciting innovations for linking the sustainability generation come from communities that had the least connections - eg some of the games best players are the women and girls who developed bangladesh as 8th most populous nation starting with next to nothing at independence in 1971; case sino-english translation of world record book of jobs creators- can you help us translate this into other mother tongues - isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com us we chat line 240 316 8157 - click to diary of good news youth journalism trips 8 to china, 1 korea, 3 arab emirates, 13 bangladesh 1 to japan

Sunday, September 30, 2018

What is Public Service?

What do you think of when you hear the phrase "public service"? If you're conjuring images of government agencies or working at a food pantry you're not wrong...but there is so much more! At MIT, the unique skills of the student body, the resources available across the Institute, and even our urban location let us take public service to the next level. 

Below we've highlighted several examples of the different ways public service is happening at MIT
through social entrepreneurship (IDEAS), civic engagement (with student groups like COMIT), capacity building and direct service  with community partners (fostered by the Social Action Fair), and community education (through experiential learning opportunities such as the PKG Summer Series). You might already be engaging in public service and not know it!

The PKG Center is here to help you boost what you're already doing and explore new ways to get involved that you may never have even considered. Stop by our offices in W20-549 to find a service experience that fits your interests.

 
Four IDEAS alumni were chosen for BostInno's 25 Rising Entrepreneurs and Technologists Under the Age of 25. 
Couldn't attend the PKG Social Action Fair on 9/18? Meet the organizations who were there and find out how you can get involved locally! 
    Upcoming PKG Events  & Deadlines   
Meet COMIT-- A new student group that is starting conversations and ramping up civic engagement at MIT! 
The PKG Summer Series connected students with fun community engagement opportunities including a hike in the Blue Hills Reservation.
The PKG Center helps you apply and expand your problem-solving skills to some of the world's toughest challenges. We offer: 
  • Programs that let you explore social change efforts and organizations locally and globally through immersive service experiences, paid employment, and volunteer opportunities.
  • Expert assistance with designing, planning, and executing service projects (for student organizations, FSILGs and other groups).
  • Funding and support for social ventures and independent research that address pressing social issues.

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