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Workshops We Offer

We are in currently in development with The Youth Resiliency Project (Agassiz) and with the Gold River Health Centre to develop digital storytelling workshops around their programs with youth and elders.

How To Work with us

We customize our workshops depending on your needs.

One of the things that attracted me to Hello Cool World was the commitment to shared decision making and direction in making a video.  Knowing the history of our group and the stories we have to share would be treated with utmost respect and care meant a great deal.  Safety in sharing intimate details of our lives to help other Nations is paramount." 
— Sheila Dick, Health Administrator, Canim Lake Band/White Feather Centre 

 We offer:

• Video and digital storytelling for your project, including print and web-based based storytelling projects (illustrated materials from memes, to postcards and books)

• HIV/STI educational workshops for youth to create peer-driven message campaigns

• Collaborate to make a short documentary with your community 

• Courage Consulting Workshops around Creating Cultural Safety and Models for Reciprocity

Give us a call to see how our services could be of benefit to your project or community.

You can reach us on email.

Office line: 604 251 5567

Creative Director/Facilitator: Jada-Gabrielle Pape 604 767 4815

Director: Katherine Dodds 604 722 3004

See our creative portfolio at www.HelloCoolWorld.com

I've worked with many social and development sector communications agencies over the years in my various roles at CNN, WHO and other organizations, but Hello Cool World is easily one of the very best anywhere in the world. Strategic, creative, with sound M&E and demonstrated ROI, this team does amazing work — consistently." 
— Roy Wadia, former Communications Director for BCCDC, currently UN Population

I had the pleasure of working with Jada and Kat on the "Star In Your Own Stories" project. This project combined sexual health education with hands-on filmmaking experience for youth in several First Nations communities. Jada facilitated culturally safe, strength-based health education sessions, and helped youth generate a script for an educational video. Kat and her team coached the youth as they planned, filmed and starred in the videos. Kat and Jada were knowledgeable, respectful, and easy for young people to connect with, and the videos from these projects are very popular with youth in many communities. 
— Sarah Levine RN, BScN, MSN (Vancouver Coastal Health, HIV Nurse Educator, First Nations)

Strong Path was a great experience for our youth to feel empowered to be creative and expressive in a new medium while learning the important protective factors of healthy sexuality.
— Inez Point  (Nurse, Stó:lō  Nation)

Of all the companies that are out there, Hello Cool World actually understands the issues and is culturally competent. With all the work they have done with First Nations communities their team knows how to be engaging and effective!" 
— Janine Stevenson (CDC Coordinator, STBBI's, Heath Protection, First Nations Health Authority)

Whenever I have an idea that requires a high level of innovation, creativity and transformational thinking, I reach out to Hello Cool World first. This team takes it to the next level and I am forever grateful for the work they do for us.” 
— Denise Williams  (Executive Director, First Nations Technology Council)

The Hello Cool World team worked with us on many project over the years, most recently on two booklets, Honouring our Voices and Honouring Our Journey. They created a fun welcoming respectful space for our story tellers to share their stories and beautiful photographs.” 
— Jessica Chenery  (Interim Lead, Chee Mamuk Aboriginal Program, BCCDC