There have been civilizations that did not use the wheel, but there are no civilizations that did not use story.
(Ursula Le Guin)
Stories are more powerful and memorable than facts
Story and conversation are at the heart of PCC strength based practices and processes.
We invite and encourage you to share your stories of your work or experiences related to PCC or working with the youth and education system. You might also be someone who has participated in our processes.
An example of stories from within the PCC can be found here. For instance, Canton’s Story, or Living Values Education at Aventura School.
In the meantime you may want to read the story of how the PCC was founded. (PDF document)
Whoever you are we look forward to the possibility of sharing your story on line – be it in written, digital storytelling, or art form (or any other way you can think of).
We’d love to hear from you!