Introducing Themes

The From the Field blog has always kept an illuminating finger on the pulse of buildOn’s day-to-day activities in inner-city high schools and impoverished villages around the world. With that in mind, we’re introducing Themes, a feature intended to inspire retrospection on our part and more conversation from our readers and supporters.

[pullquote]This week’s Theme is “Pushing The Boundaries”; we’re featuring stories that show how we’re always testing our limits as an organization and how the students and villagers we encounter are experiencing perpetual growth.[/pullquote]

Every week we’ll explore a different aspect of buildOn’s afterschool youth service and international school building programs through the filtered lens of a Theme — examples include “problem-solving” or “vision”.┬áThese Themes are meant as a road map to guide readers through the emotion, character, and thought process behind our work in the US and abroad.

This week’s Theme is “Pushing The Boundaries”; we’re featuring stories that show how we’re always testing our limits as an organization and how the students and villagers we encounter are experiencing perpetual growth.

For more information, be sure to check the top paragraph in our right-hand sidebar. And to catch up on past Themes, visit the THEME CLOUD, also in the sidebar, directly underneath the category section.

Posted March 8, 2011 in News by buildOn

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