In Search of Me Café will revolutionize the way positive life skills and self-help information is made available to young people.
The connection began as a dialogue between In Search of Me Café CEO Stan Cottle and Rotarian Katey Breen, who felt the interactive life skills content featured in the In Search of Me Café website could benefit the young people she met on a recent Rotary International trip to India.
“After visiting the In Search of Me Café site, I felt it would be a very helpful resource for students in India as they develop life skills,” states Breen, who connected Indian student Pragya with Stan Cottle.
After an extensive review of the In Search of Me Café website, Pragya agreed to discuss topics with her friends and family, then submit a series of video responses which are placed on the In Search of Me Café website. The initial topic selected was bullying.
Pragya discussed bullying with her friends in Chandigarh, then compiled a video report from her findings using her smartphone. The video was streamed to In Search of Me Café, edited and is currently featured on the homepage of the website www.insearchofmecafe.com.
The In Search of Me Café program will revolutionize the way positive life skills and self-help information is made available to young people. This comprehensive, interactive, media-rich website is being developed to help today’s teens address problems, communicate thoughts and ideas in a like-minded social network, and seek outside help in finding solutions.