January 15, 2016

The 5 P's

People: defined by a population and their unique circumstances (e.g., impoverished children)

Places: defined by the health and vitality of a location (e.g., a neighborhood such as Harlem, or an ecosystem such as the San Francisco Bay Delta)

Problems: defined by a potential harm or obstacle to human or environmental well-being (e.g., low graduation rates or climate change)

Pathways: defined by a belief in a particular solution or approach (e.g., the power of a mentor to guide and teach youth, or the power of technology to solve health challenges)

Philosophies: defined by a viewpoint on how the world works or should work (e.g., promoting democratic principles)

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