A crash course in changing the world.
EVOKE is a call to action to make a change, big or small, in your community. They urge citizens to become informed about some of the most pressing issues facing the world and then make it their mission to find innovative solutions to these problems. It forces people to think outside of the box and become a creative problem solver. It does not ask you what others can do, but instead, it allows you to explore how you can be the difference. The goal of EVOKE is to motivate people to solve these…Continue
Posted on April 22, 2014 at 11:30pm
I think that EVOKE should focus next on the issues of education inquiry that exist around the world. Education is the key to success and unlocking countless opportunities. People should be tasked with changing this in their community and help to empower underprivileged students. A child's future should not be dictated by the ZIP code that they grew up in or due to the lack of resources at his school. Children are the future leaders of the world, so they ALL deserve to be educated as if they…Continue
Posted on April 21, 2014 at 4:30pm
I would draft a group comprised of local leaders in different fields of expertise. The doctor would be able to provide medical insight, the public safety officer would be able to help make an action plan best suited for the communities needs, etc. The team would be tasked with making sure that the community has the resources it needs in order to fight the pandemic. We would educate people on what to do if they contracted the flu and give aid to them in an effort to contain it. We would work…Continue
Posted on April 15, 2014 at 11:30pm
I think the most interesting part of this journal is coming to terms with uncertainty. People all over the world have a different orientation when it comes to this subject: some welcome the uncertain and other avoid it, afraid that it will affect their familiar routine. Coming to terms with the fact that life is full of uncertainties is of utmost importance in order to be prepared for the worst case scenario.
Posted on April 10, 2014 at 9:00pm