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We all know how hard cycles are to break. Even something silly like leaving clothes on the floor can get out of control if you let it. But with a cycle like that, all it takes is 10 minutes of cleaning up to get back on track (much easier said than done). There are other kinds of cycles that individuals have very little control over. The cycles of poverty and violence are a perfect example–individuals can rarely break them on their own. Full Frame Initiative is a Greenfield, MA based non-profit that is working to break these cycles by ensuring that “people and communities experiencing poverty, violence and trauma have the tools, supports and resources they need to thrive.” The organization took its name from a film making term that means to “pull the lens all the way back” and see the entirety of the situation.
Full Frame Initiative’s work is based on a set of ideas that you can read about here. The ideas have been pulled together to craft a solution that has been applied to a number of projects. Here’s some of the impact that these projects have had. If you’d rather watch than read, take a look at this video about what Full Frame Initiative is doing.
If you like what you see, visit Full Frame Initiative’s Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for a Project Coordinator, and the position looks like a good fit for a new or recent grad.
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