Friday, January 29, 2010

The Frator Heru Institute offers A Practical Model for Community-based Education

The Frator Heru Institute (TFHI) opens the Spring 2010 semester with
over 25 seminars, programs, tutorials and consultancy ranging from
non-profit governance, professional writing, comic book creation,
family wellness, rites-of-passage for girls and boys, acting, computer
literacy to human race studies and rites-of-passage facilitator
certification
.

The Frator Heru Institute (TFHI) has offered affordable and high quality
community-based education to the Philadelphia and surrounding vicinity for
the past 22 years. Now in its 23rd year, with several core classes, seminars
and workshops in How to Obtain 501(c)(3) Status, Family Wellness, Grant
Writing, Rites-of-Passage for Youth (Girls and Boys), Rites-of-Passage
Facilitators Intensive Training for Adults, Mathematics, Computer Literacy,
Art, Acting, Professional Writing, the History of American Popular Music ---
and much more --- the mission of the FHI to provide critical communitybased
education continues and the FHI remains an all-inclusive
community-based program!

The FHI also offers expert consulting, training, strategic curriculum
development and the longest-running Rites programs in Philadelphia, and
has several public initiatives, correspondence and on-site prison outreach
projects (PrOP’s) at HOC, PICC, SCI-Chester, SCI-Graterford and 17 other
PA state institutions. This FHI prison outreach serves upwards to 250
incarcerated persons.

This semester the FHI has expanded to include two rites-of-passage
courses for young women in two separate locations, two art classes, one
figure drawing and the other a comic book creation class, a course on the
history of American popular music, facilitated by the Soul-Patrol’s own Bob
Davis, and a professional writing class for individuals and organizations
looking to improve their overall writing skills and effectiveness.

Of course, the FHI core curriculum courses are still available: How to
Obtain 501(c)(3) Status and Keep it; Proposal Writing for Success; Acting
for Beginners; Cultural Mathematics; Rites-of-Passage for young men and
ROP certification for parents and practitioners; two family development
seminars: Women and Wellness 101 and Positive Family
Communications; And, one all-day certification seminar: Human Race
Studies..

Also, the FHI is offering two computer literacy workshops in conjunction
with Calvary St. Augustine Episcopal Church (40th & Parrish Sts.) and the
Strawberry Mansion Learning Center (30th & Dauphin Sts.).
After 22 years in Philadelphia, The Frator Heru Institute continues to
stand for excellence in uncompromised community-based
education and empowerment by providing expert consulting,
innovative training and effective tutoring.

For more info, visit the website: www.thefratorheruinstitute.org.
The Frator Heru Institute
Mr. Yumy Odom, Founder
1046 W. Jefferson St. – LL
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Office: 215.235.1604
Mobile: 908.334.1793

E-mail: mail@thefratorheruinstitute.org


The Frator Heru Institute is a 501(c)(3) community-based educational, scientific, charitable and
social-change entity created to generate effective and strategic programs, projects and
initiatives that promote self-development, stable families, communities and societies.
The Frator Heru Institute:
A Practical Model for Community-based Education
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