ManU: CAMPUSPEAK Interactive Workshop
Facilitator: Kevin Carey
Presenting Partner: CAMPUSPEAK
Program Description: Fraternity men often need to reevaluate what it means to be a man and make impactful and intentional choices to enhance their membership experiences. ManU, does not simply define masculinities, but rather, give individual fraternity men the ability and confidence to develop authentic versions of their identity. Members will connect their individualized constructions and performances of masculinities to their values, ritual and the organizational and chapter culture.
Goals: As a result of attending this program, students will learn:
- How to examine the needs-based assessment tool for key areas of conversation and programming within their community and organization.
- How to define key characteristics of their individualized masculinities and gender identities.
- How to practice applying their constructions and performances of masculinities to scenarios relating to their self-identified fraternity experiences.
- How to create and action plan and ideas to facilitate chapter peer-to-peer intergroup dialogues in their organization.
Facilitator Bio: Kevin Carey currently serves as the Associate Director of Student Involvement at Whittenberg University, where he serves student organizations, including fraternities and sororities. He has also taught a seminar class focused on men and masculinities. He serves Sigma Pi Fraternity as the Illiana Province Archon and is on the Board of Directors for the Illinois 4-H Foundation. Kevin is the lead facilitator of this Interactive Workshop, but other CAMPUSPEAK facilitators may also present this program.
More information: Download a one-pager about this program.
Booking Information: Contact CAMPUSPEAK at (844) 745-8570 or firstname.lastname@example.org.