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This project is building on the momentum for change by uniting people all over the world around four questions to explore a global vision for a new way forward. We will then use art and music to share that vision with the world.
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STEP 4 – Develop a Facebook Group Page for Your Project

If you are reading this, you have a solid idea and a great group of change-makers. You are ready to join the global team of new leaders in making the world a better place. You are persistent, charismatic, and close to the final steps to be included in A Big Project!

Now, all you need to do is create a Facebook Group Page about your project.  Just go to your personal Facebook account and click on “Create a Group” from the “Home” section.  Write in your project name and the names of all of your team members. Then, click on the icon of the little wave (to imply we are riding the sea of change).

When Facebook asks for your name, type in “A Big Project,” the name of your city and country, and the name you and your teammates come up with for your project.  For example:

  • A Big Project (NYC, United States) – New Leaders for a New World.
  • A Big Project (Karachi, Pakistan) –  Flash: Clean up!

Then, write in a description of your project in the “ABOUT” section.  For bonus points, please post a photo of your team onto the page as well!    

To see a sample Facebook Group Page – go here.

(If you aren’t on Facebook or need help, find someone to help you.  People under 30 are often really good at Facebook all over the world!)

Once you create your Facebook Group page, you automatically register as a part of A Big Project! Yay!  Congratulations!  You are about to make history.  Let your early Feedback Friend know that you’ve completed the Facebook Group Page, send them the link to the page, and stay tuned.

We’ll let you know which level of support you will be getting from A Big Project in December, and we will start project planning in January 2014.  (However, if you don’t want to wait, go ahead and get started now. We will catch up with you once all of the teams officially kick off their projects in January.)

 

 

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