Foxtrot, a Dinner Party Service

By MFA Interaction Design on January 4, 2013

Foxtrot is a service that opens high school students to new possibilities in careers and new ideas in life, by connecting them to the professional networks of their peers in a dinner party setting.

For her “Design and the Service Experience” course, Shanshan Gao, Prachi Pundeer, Tony Chu, and Guri Venstad crafted Foxtrot. In Shanshan’s words:

Foxtrot is a service that opens high school students to new possibilities in careers and new ideas in life, by connecting them to the professional networks of their peers in a dinner party setting. By creating a series of dinner parties where high school students connect and converse with the professions in the networks of their peers, students are get spoked about  their future career and life style as well as gaining confidence about communicating with matched participants.

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