Thanks to Royal Roads University Alumni Office for their article on the roots of the Meaningful Work Project and the LifeJAM.
Student gets funding for LifeJAM
TheÂ MA in Environmental Education and CommunicationÂ student is in the midst of creating a facilitated process called LifeJAM that will bring together a group of people to help an individual explore, refresh, invigorate and create a vision for a project, a business endeavour or another specific decision related to creating meaningful work.
â€œLifeJAM is a coaching process that encourages social innovation and finding creative solutions,â€ explains Guelber, who recently won a thirdÂ Co-operators GroupÂ IMPACT! Fund grant to develop and pilot the project. â€œWorking for social and environmental change is the goal and weâ€™re going to be doing that through a group process that has a multiplier effect. Weâ€™re tapping into the power of the community and creating mutually beneficial relationships through which people can share their skills and experience.â€