By the end of his talk with all of the student-athletes, we were all crying and hugging each other even though we barely knew the people surrounding us. Makenzie Quinn, Alvernia University
One of the main reasons that I really wanted to bring all that I had learned back to UVA was related to the guest speakers, like Curtis Hill. Logan Carrington, Student, UVA
In today’s rapidly changing world, students need to develop a deeper understanding of what diversity really means. Tackling diversity should consist of a lot more than just compliance and affirmative action. Inclusion is the key – being aware of those around you and not only respecting them, but having a true appreciation for them and […]
Mistakes, failures, and rejections are all a part of being human. Many people don’t handle a setback well and see it as a time to quit. Curtis is somewhat of an expert on setbacks, and has more than a few fascinating stories to tell on this topic. If your group or organization is stuck and […]
What your students do during the first week of classes will majorly impact their grades and their long-term chances of success. Unfortunately, many students will arrive on campus totally unprepared for the college experience, without having had any practical guidance. This is where Curtis comes in. He will deliver an eye-opening talk for orientation/welcome week […]
Leadership is a process by which the leader is transformed so that he/she can help transform the lives of others. In order to be an effective leader, one must develop the attitude of a leader. Whether your students have a formal title of a leader or have not moved into that position yet, anyone can […]
Curtis Hill, speaking to a group of student leaders, describes his days as a drug dealer and the events that inspired him to turn his life around.
Too often they (young people) try to be like others or live up to other people’s expectations of them which causes them to be in what I call, “A state of limbo.” If you have children/students who are not living up to their potential this is the program for you.
Has a child/young person ever uttered these words to you? “You just don’t understand!!!” The truth is most adults including parents and teachers do not completely understand today’s youth.