Why am I interested in Civic Intelligence?
- Firstly as a future buisness owner, I want to know the best means to interact with my community, not just occupy it. It is important to me that I have a relationship with the people that I come to support and that come to support me
- Secondly, I find it important as an individual to do what I can to educate and expand myself so that I can be of use to my community.
What do I want to accomplish in this program?
- I want to learn what civic intelligence is, and I want to know how to teach others about it.
What things might I want to pursue with the game project?
- Our group is developing a game that allows players to take on the roll of other members of their community.
gleening food bank develop community garden childcare collective Car sharring
Found a Gleaners Society
"Gleaners,"traditionally, is a term used in agricultural circles used to identify the people who come in after harvests and take the dregs of the process for their own. Repurposed, today, the term has come to be a positive word that represents a culture of urban recyclers and artists cities world wide.
Test organization/planning skill and accumulate 3 successes Test Communication/Leadership and accumulate 5 successesTest Community Currency and accumulate 4 successes
Active for 3 turns
All players receive +1 to Community Currency rolls
Move Doomsday Clock 5 minute towards midnight at the end of each turn
Start a Food Bank
Food Banks are non-profits that hand out food to people in the community who need to augment their own shopping for various economic reasons. Dependent on many retailers and other members of the communities for donations, they are a symptom of a healthy economy
Test organization/planning skill and accumulate 5 successes Test Communication/Leadership and accumulate 2 successesTest Community Currency and accumulate 4 successes
Active for 5 turns
All players receive +2 to Community Currency rolls
Move Doomsday Clock 10 minute towards midnight at the end of each turn