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The Fraternal Strengths Program – A Fraternity-led Approach to Preventing Sexual Misconduct & Building a Better Culture

Presenter: Aaron Boe

Presenting Partner: Prevention Culture

Program Description: The innovative approach to addressing sexual misconduct and abuse in relationships that is based on research and proven to engage fraternity men. Get beyond slogans and consent education to provide a more interesting way to increase safety. Fraternity men and sorority women work together, along with Prevention Culture’s complete services of expert content, training and consulting to ensure success. Developed by Aaron Boe, an expert in the field, developer of award-winning programs, and fraternity man.


  • To implement an ongoing peer-led program that is the most effective program on campus at reaching and equipping fraternity men for ethical and productive social lives and personal relationships.
  • Program outcomes will include greater buy-in from fraternity men on addressing serious social issues of interpersonal harm, greater inter-fraternal cooperation on preventing harm, and widespread support for the program from both men’s and women’s organizations.
  • Learning outcomes from educational efforts will include greater clarification on the issue of alcohol and sexual misconduct, greater awareness of the less-extreme types of sexual misconduct, increased confidence in helping behaviors, and increased understanding of unhealthy and abusive relationship behaviors.

Time: 2 on-site days: On-campus training: Initial training day and follow up training day. Consultation and coaching via phone or Skype before, after, and in-between on-campus training days.

Intended Audience: Entire community, IFC and other fraternity leaders lead initial set up of program

Presenter Bio: Prevention Culture’s founder, Aaron Boe, is a nationally recognized consultant, trainer, and speaker on preventing sexual misconduct and abuse in relationships. He combines subject matter expertise, insights from the social sciences, and perspectives from his own experience as a fraternity man to creatively design programs that fraternity men appreciate.

More information: Download a one-pager about this program.

Booking Information: Contact Aaron Boe at or 317-514-1505.