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Energy. Excitement. Engagement. – these are descriptors that capture our customized retreats for members of culturally based fraternal organizations (CBFOs).
Choose from one of the following topics*:
*Each BOOTCAMP! includes two (2) 75 minute sessions on the specific topic. We can also mix and match with one 75 minute session per topic for a blended BOOTCAMP!
(i.e. one BOOTCAMP! with one session on Values-based leadership and one session on Hazing prevention/intervention).
Our Ultimate BOOTCAMP! ™ Series is designed to create thought-provoking dialogues in an inclusive environment. It is a comprehensive, customized, highly interactive and impactful educational experience that is shared in an introspective and engaging way. We present the information in an evidence based and non-offensive manner. Additionally, we challenge our participants to utilize critical analysis to increase their understanding.
Our educational experiences utilize our FLEX™ facilitation model. This model is innovative because it is a customized experience that blends speaking, training and consulting with engaging and interactive activities. Utilizing a combination of active learning, peer to peer education, and role playing, we provide a holistic and inclusive experience that adapts to the needs of your community.
We integrate our FLEX™ facilitation with an activity-based platform that includes multimedia presentations, group breakouts, pair and share, social media exercises and individual reflections. This innovation approach and style creates an inclusive, fun and free-flowing educational experience. BOOTCAMP! participants will leave with individual, chapter and council strategies to grow their communities in a healthy, collaborative, and sustainable way.
How to bundle your educational experience
Choose one of the BOOTCAMP!s and bundle it by combining it with a campus-wide educational experience to increase awareness, excite the campus and educate the community on the true purpose of CBFOs. Try one of our signature and award-winning educational experiences - All We Do is Step, Stroll and Hop? What is a Black Greek? (It can also be expanded to include Multicultural Greeks as well)
Choose a Step, Stroll and Hop edition that works best for your community:
Also consider our chapter advisor educational experiences as an add on as well.
■ Learners will be able to articulate the purpose of culturally-based fraternal organizations (CBFOs) and how it relates to their traditions and customs.
■ Learners will understand how to align their individual and organizational values to achieve their goals.
■ Learners will identify and understand best practices to increase inter-chapter and inter-council collaboration and communication to more efficiently and effectively achieve the purpose of CBFOs.
AUDIENCE - College Students
FORMAT - On Campus or Virtual Live Presentation
LENGTH – at least two (2) 75-minute sessions
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Rasheed Ali Cromwell, Esq. is one of the leading authorities on fraternity and sorority life on college campuses. Through the Harbor Institute, he has presented dynamic keynote speeches, interactive and engaging training sessions, and consulting for thousands of students/ administrators at over 300 colleges/universities in 45 states.
Mr. Cromwell taught and co-developed the curriculum for the Fraternal Values and Leadership Series at Howard University (Washington,DC)(2010-2015). Additionally, he served as a co-professor and co-developed the curriculum for a Black Greek leadership class at The Ohio State University (OSU)(Columbus) from (2010-2013) which the university required as a pre-requisite to any membership intake process at OSU. He also facilitates advisor training for NPHC advisors across the country with the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) at their national conferences (2010, 2011, 2013) and also served as a member of the anti-hazing task force at Florida A&M University (Tallahassee, Florida) and chair of the 3rd District (Washington, DC and Virginia) Stop The Violence Committee Chair for Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. He is co-founding faculty of the Cross Cultural Fraternal Advisors Institute and was recently was highlighted in the Association of Fraternal and Sorority Advisors (AFA) Essentials magazine (Dec 2018), AFLV’s connections magazine on Multiculturalism in Greek life(March 2018), ebony.com for co-authoring an article about the movie Burning Sands, Essence magazine’s feature on social justice in Black Greek Sororities (July 2015, Reality v. Roots) and has published articles in Hazing Prevention’s annual National Hazing Prevention Week Resource (July 2017,Sept 2015) guide.
He later founded and is currently President of The Harbor Institute, a premier educational consulting firm, based out of Washington D.C. He specializes in the areas of hazing prevention/intervention, cultural competency, leadership development and recruitment/retention regarding culturally-based fraternal organizations (CBFOs) and is the co-author of The Harbor Institute’s Guide to CBFOs (2022). He currently volunteers in his Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. graduate chapter, Kappa Psi, in Washington, DC and as attorney/advisor for DC-National Pan-Hellenic Council (DCNPHC). He also practices law serving as in-house counsel for the Tran Arrowsmith law firm.
“I feel like I learn something new every session, especially this one … this is something very informational and great for all Greeks to learn.”
-Bethune Cookman University (FL)
“We learned a lot of SPECIFIC ways to improve our outreach as well as improve our relationship within the MGC/D9 Council.”
The University of New Mexico
“Gave neophytes real world information to help their chapters build and be on the right path.”
-Norfolk State University (VA)
“Super informative and insightful.”
-Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
“I love how interactive it was. I also like how realistic the speaker is when talking about changing the way things are.”
-North Carolina A&T State University
“I like how it was tailored to our individual chapters. It was interactive. He asked about the problems within our orgs, and then offered tangible solutions.”
-University of Central Oklahoma
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