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Nowadays young people are having hard times looking for new professional experiences. At the same time, every year senior people get retired with a strong expertise on their field and a great networking agenda. “Knowledge relay” is a network where ju

Nowadays young people are having hard times looking for new professional experiences. At the same time, every year senior people get retired with a strong expertise on their field and a great networking agenda. “Knowledge relay” is a network where ju

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see results 16 evaluations so far
The big idea is to create branded environments within social settings that both young and old frequent.  Two places that tend to bring both young and old together are churches and local donut/coffee shops. These could serve as hosting centers for bra

The big idea is to create branded environments within social settings that both young and old frequent. Two places that tend to bring both young and old together are churches and local donut/coffee shops. These could serve as hosting centers for bra

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see results 13 evaluations so far
I hear people say it all the time- “I don’t want to retire and do nothing, I want to retire and do what I want to do.” The “AARPubator” is a start-up incubator that pairs skills, funding and ideas acquired by  AARP members with the technical, social

I hear people say it all the time- “I don’t want to retire and do nothing, I want to retire and do what I want to do.” The “AARPubator” is a start-up incubator that pairs skills, funding and ideas acquired by AARP members with the technical, social

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see results 15 evaluations so far
Creating a network of partnerships between seniors' organisations like U3A, AARP etc. and schools, colleges and universities , would bring these two groups together and enable youth to share their existing and developing expertise and knowledge with

Creating a network of partnerships between seniors' organisations like U3A, AARP etc. and schools, colleges and universities , would bring these two groups together and enable youth to share their existing and developing expertise and knowledge with

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see results 12 evaluations so far
Younger people interview older adults about their "Best Recipe", document it, help cook and learn how to cook it, and transmit it forward long after the initial contact has receded into the past.

Younger people interview older adults about their "Best Recipe", document it, help cook and learn how to cook it, and transmit it forward long after the initial contact has receded into the past.

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How can youth and seniors connect around travel services and the possibilities that travel can bring? 
Youth can guide seniors traveling together on journeys to explore their past.  If seniors are unable to physically travel youth can serve as resea

How can youth and seniors connect around travel services and the possibilities that travel can bring? Youth can guide seniors traveling together on journeys to explore their past. If seniors are unable to physically travel youth can serve as resea

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How do we connect people across generations using a common activity? What if we could create a a weekly ritual where two people can build a bond by cooking and sharing a meal together? Now creating a toolkit here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1

How do we connect people across generations using a common activity? What if we could create a a weekly ritual where two people can build a bond by cooking and sharing a meal together? Now creating a toolkit here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1

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see results 13 evaluations so far