“Enabling our city to thrive over the coming generations and expanding access to opportunity requires innovative ideas and initiatives… As it has throughout its history, Boston will be a “City of Ideas,” generating creative responses to challenges. Imagine Boston 2030 draws from this history of leadership and ingenuity to invite Bostonians to shape our future.”
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BE-EDGE is so excited to be bringing Julia Ivy’s method to life in a vibrant and dynamic environment like a Consult-a-thon. Our personal strategy instrument is designed for the synchronization of businesses and talents, with the four types of strategies at the forefront. The opportunity to adapt our tool in the effort to create connection in this neighborhood is what we are passionate about.
The New Urban Mechanics office is taking on facilitating the connection between companies and millennials and hosting of the workshop.” Our office was formed in 2010 as the Mayor’s civic research and design team (one of the first in the nation). We explore and tackle experiments and prototypes that cover a range of topics. This includes everything from the future of mobility to City infrastructure to collective well-being.” ( City of Boston, New Urban Mechanics)
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East Boston is a neighborhood of the City of Boston, defined by two factors:
What’s in it for participants?
What’s in it for the neighborhood and city?
The project is based on the BE-EDGE Method, developed by Dr. Julia Ivy.
It explores and pilots a solution for the question of “HOW TO SYNCHRONIZE the strong potentials of educated Millennials with the needs of ethnically rich communities“?