Archive for November, 2011

Returning to elementary, middle, and high schools as an adult is rather a unique and eye-opening experience.  Unfortunately, it is a rare day that I walk through the hallways of a school without hearing at least one slur, let alone a number of them. These hateful words stay with us.  Most of us can remember […]


1. What interested you most in being a TCO2 workshop facilitator?   There are a number of things that interest me in being a TCO2 facilitator such as; working in a collaborative team, travelling around BC to spread an important message, and creating a workshop that is by youth for youth. But, what interests me […]


Perhaps you’ve walked in a mall or sat on a sky train next to a young person. You hear a faint clicking sound as they rapidly text on their phone, or see the reflective glow on their faces from using a laptop or iPad. This generation has been introduced to, and embraced, online social media […]


  1. What interested you most in being a TCO2 workshop facilitator?  What interests me the most about being a TCO2 workshop facilitator is that I have the opportunity to make a positive impact on the communities of the lowermainland, and on the lives of the youths who live here. My cofacillitators and I have […]


1.            What interested you most in being a TCO2 workshop facilitator? I am thrilled about being a workshop facilitator because having a conversation about sexual exploitation, power, oppression, and our vulnerabilities with youth on a daily basis is a privilege.  Through our workshops we have the awesome responsibility of bringing awareness to sexual exploitation as […]


  1. What interested you most in being a TCO2 workshop facilitator? When I first discovered the job here at COS, I was most interested in the opportunity to use aspects of creative and performance arts as a tool to empower and educate youth. 2. Can you tell us a little about your previous training […]


Coming Soon…

10Nov11

  Starting next week, we will be introducing our new team of TCO2 facilitators for the 2011/12 school year- Emily Huynh, Ian Jung, Andrea Krakan, Jaedyn Starr, and Larissa Maxwell. We will be sharing a bit about their personal goals and aspirations, and share their insights about topics and issues arising in the schools and communities we present in. Stay […]