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A place where youth can freely showcase their creativity using a familiar media tool to curate their story of teen opinion, art, and culture – all to create confidence while leaving their mark on society.

A place where youth can freely showcase their creativity using a familiar media tool to curate their story of teen opinion, art, and culture – all to create confidence while leaving their mark on society.

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A place where youth can freely showcase their creativity using a familiar media tool to curate their story of teen opinion, art, and culture – all to create confidence while leaving their mark on society.

A place where youth can freely showcase their creativity using a familiar media tool to curate their story of teen opinion, art, and culture – all to create confidence while leaving their mark on society.

Photo of Erin Dragotto
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Erin commented on NIKE Grind X Circular Cities

When you get to an inflection point of broadening this idea into a circular economy where you are benefitting transportation systems in various cities. Perhaps seeking out companies like Esry and/or Cartegraph with GIS capabilities that are working to change the way people move and live would be of use. There are many municipal GIS applications that may fit into your idea in order to help scale your business. https://www.esri.com/en-us/industries/transportation/overview
Just a thought.

Great use of recycled materials. What sorts of items are needed to transport in these types of cases? What kind of market demand is there for this type of innovation? How could this apply to other fragile transport items? Thinking of art? Jewelry? How big? Small? Just a few thoughts...

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Erin commented on Smart Failure

Piggy backing off of Ian Hall's advice for "help needed", one thing that we did in working with youth for the teen museum to get them to contribute their ideas (check out our Virtual Museum project when you have a minute via my profile): 1. you have to start with a basic level of trust that you know what you are talking about in order to get youth to participate. The problem that they face whether they know it or not is that they are poached for their ideas all of the time, so helping them to see the value-add in short-and long-term personally, professionally, creatively, etc. has to be established. 2. you have to make them the experts right from the start. We start out with the groups that we work with by saying "this cannot exist without you or your input, we (being the adults) are simply the facilitators..."

We actually believe this to be true, so its comes easy to roll off the tongue and we put this into practice throughout the next series of activities that we do, but those 2 fundamentals can really help start things off.