In our survey of participants, one of the most valued aspects of our model is the time away from school campuses and the opportunity for more training and dedicated time for the team to work together. Today, we gathered the teams just south of downtown Atlanta at a non-profit headquarters, Trees Atlanta. With our grant funding, we are able to rent facilities to accommodate up to 100 participants with room to spread out in working groups and with great food and resources. Today's agenda was focused on putting teams through another round of design thinking (this time, redesigning the blood drive experience), having them update one another on their progress, spend time as teams on their challenge prototypes, and connect to learn from the experiences of other teams. Robert Kronley was present to conduct select interviews and observe the work first hand. A very productive day!
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