Throughout the year, we facilitate various workshops that make students aware of their multiple social identities and how they impact their lives inside and outside of the classroom. In these sessions, students receive hands-on, practical skills for challenging their biases, confronting inappropriate behavior, communicating with people from different backgrounds and working to increase unity and inclusion on campus. If you are interested in sponsoring or participating in one of our training workshops, contact Mary Larkin, Program Coordinator for the LGBT Resource Center at email@example.com.
THE BROTHERHOOD INITIATIVE
The BrotherHOOD (Helping Others Obtain Degrees) is a university-wide initiative designed to engage, empower, retain and graduate more males of color at Eastern Michigan University. Through collaborative partnerships with offices throughout the university, we employ a success-driven approach to help males of color develop as students and as men instead of addressing deficits and challenges they need to overcome.
Learning Outcomes: Through participation in the BrotherHOOD Initiative, students will be able to:
BrotherHOOD "Barber Shop" - Come get a free haircut, grab a bite to eat and enjoy conversation with other male students, faculty and staff. Event will feature motivational speaker Jaye Hill from Jaye Hill Speaks (www.jayehill.com).
For more information about The BrotherHOOD Initiative, contact Reggie Barnes, Director of Diversity and Community Involvement at (734) 487-6790 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Diversity & Community Involvement centers and administrative offices are are located on the 3rd floor of the Student Center