Fall/Winter edition: Philadelphia Social Innovation Journal
Posted by on January 23, 2011
Latest PSIJ highlights local innovative programs
The Fall/Winter edition of the Philadelphia Social Innovation Journal is now online, featuring a variety of local programs taking innovative approaches to social issues in the region.
The main features in this edition focus on innovative programs using playwrights to inspire youths’ creative writing process; providing school-based health care in high schools and training youth to prepare for health careers; changing the face of homelessness by opening an entrepreneurial café in the Free Library run by the homeless; envisioning a new Free Library structure in the 21st century; and creating academies within schools that motivate students to excel and focus on a career path.
This issue also includes articles about innovation, leadership, and what works, both locally and nationally, from experts in the field, and explores the dynamics of regional and generational leadership with exclusive interviews with some of the region’s long-time and emerging leaders. Finally, don’t forget to read your favorite columns.
To view the Fall/Winter issue, visit here.
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