Dr. Chris L. Hickey, Sr.
"You need to be able to work from your neck up!"
"You need to be able to work from your neck up!"
- Ardelphia Hickey, Mother of Chris L Hickey, Sr.
What Man Do YOU Admire...Why?
Name a man that you admire in your life. Maybe it’s a hard-working father, a loving husband, or a family friend. But admired men aren’t simply born that way. They’re crafted from a set of traits and values that motivate others to look up to them—behaviors and characteristics that facilitate leadership skills and draw admiration from their peers and loved ones.
Inspired by the admirable men he has encountered in his own life, Dr. Chris L. Hickey Sr. set out to discover the specific qualities that cause a man to be respected, through thousands of questionnaires, personal surveys, and interviews. And the results were overwhelming, showing clear trends in the characteristics of those men—a collection of behaviors that create near-universal admiration among family, friends, students, and colleagues.
The results of this research can be found in Admired Man—Why?, a must-read for boys, men, fathers, and anyone who has ever wondered what it takes to truly be an admired man. Learn the QBCs (quality, behavior, and characteristics) of being the best man you can be, and get started on L(ife)eadership Skills that will last a lifetime, with this helpful and encouraging guide. Available NOW at Amazon.
Learn more at http://spmgmedia.populr.me/admired-man-why
About Dr. Hickey
Dr. Chris L. Hickey, Sr. is the Founder and Executive Director of Each One - Teach One Alliance for Academic Access, Achievement and Success, an organization that focuses on efforts to heighten community awareness of the overwhelming importance of reforming educational practices targeting at-risk youth and conducts Town Halls to clarify issues impacting communities in Southern California and nationwide. He also serves as the Director of Instructional Technology Systems Consultancy (ITSC), a firm that provides full service technology consulting, planning and implementation for hospitals; medical clinics; public, charter and private schools; and, other instructional settings. LEARN MORE - Dr. Chris L. Hickey Sr. Bio
Dr. Hickey and his team at ITSC currently provides educational outreach to communities organizations, churches, and groups at large on the Affordable Care Act. He is currently the Training Consultant, responsible for training individuals to be Certified Outreach and Education Specialists for 'Covered California', the state's version of the 2010 Federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). He has facilitated over 60 hours of this training, including over 300 individuals, representing over 80 diverse organizations. The topics covered in each of the training sessions include: an overview of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; Covered California Target Market; Plan Options; Consumer Eligibility; Covered California Certified Educator Role; Compliance Standards; Protecting Consumer Information; Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP); and, Supporting Consumers Through their Decision Making.
Dr. Hickey is available for Keynotes and Workshops - Nationally and Internationally
Topics Include: Affordable Care Act, Education, Youth Issues,
Contact For Booking - 323 945 9851 or Email - Chickey@e1t1.org
Free SAT Prep Workshop
More than 500 students turned out! Schedule a FREE SAT PREP WORKSHOP for your organization!
Free SAT Prep Workshop a HUGE Success!
More than 500 high school students took advantage of a FREE SAT PREP WORKSHOP, Sunday, September 14th, at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott Hotel. Organized by Each One – Teach One Alliance for Academic Access, Achievement and Success and SPMG Media; the SAT math and writing workshops were taught by volunteers from The Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center and the prestigious West Los Angeles Windward School, with the goal of helping to bridge the academic achievement gap between inner-city youth and their more affluent counterparts.
The FREE SAT PREP WORKSHOP provides greater opportunities for students to excel on the SAT Examination. More than 2 million US students took the SAT in 2011. Of those, more than 40 percent were minorities. Despite the increase in minority student testing, there remains a significant lag between the overall academic achievements with their counterparts. This is due largely to the expense related to SAT Prep Workshops, which can run into the hundreds of dollars.
The overwhelming response to the FREE SAT PREP WORKSHOP indicates that these students have a passion to achieve and desire to improve their SAT scores. “Some of the achievement gap is really a test preparation gap,” according to Dr. Chris L. Hickey, Sr., Executive Director of Each One – Teach One. “Offering SAT workshops is an important component in making sure all students have access to the best colleges and universities in the country.”
For more information, visit www.e1t1.org or www.freesatprepworkshop.com
FREE SAT Prep Workshop
The FREE SAT PREP WORKSHOP provides hands-on professional tutoring to students who aspire to meet the competitive challenges of the 21st Century and beyond. We understand that for our country to truly meet the objectives outlined by President Barack Obama, we must work as a community to insure that all children are exposed to the advantages and opportunities of the highest levels of Academic Access, Achievement and Success this country has to offer. Website: Freesatprepworkshop.com Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/FreeSatPrepWorkshop
The Youth Leadership training program designed to develop strengths and confidence in young leaders. It is also intended to provide standardized in-depth training covering a number of leadership ideas and life skills to assist in life transition success.
Understanding the iGeneration: The New Science of Learning
The focus of this workshop is on how classroom instruction can be strategically aligned, at home, with how iGeneration students learn. Participants are presented with ground breaking research that challenge traditional notions of how students spend their (multi-tasking) time, direct their (creative) attention, and are inspired (motivated) to learn. Specific attention is given to how the staggering global proliferation of cell phones, IPads, digital social networks, eBooks, video games, Wikis, Wiis, email, texting, IMing, MP3 players, IPods, PS3s, personal computers, Xboxes, etc., are affecting the nature and cognitive process of learning. Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/NewLearningScience
College Going Culture
The focus is on how parents can strategically influence the home, school and community experience of the student, utilizing methods that consistently support: a) their student being interested and aware, as early as elementary school, of career and college options from a global perspective; b) the school’s expectation that all students can be prepared to attend college; and, c) a consistent message of high expectations for the student’s future.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/CollegeGoingCulture
E1T1 College Extravaganza
The College Extravaganza’s mission is to connect students and student athletes directly to colleges and universities, provide numerous scholarships and access to scholarship programs, connect students to career, internship, and vocational opportunities, as well as help students and their families with resources, information and connections to help students become productive citizens in a diverse and competitive world. E1T1 College Extravaganza has future plans to visits five to seven cities across the country—Chicago, Houston, New York, DC, Los Angeles, Oakland and Atlanta.
E1T1 Science Camp, Fair and Competition
E1t1 Science Camp, Fair and Competition’s mission is to provide fun, outstanding opportunities for teens to immerse themselves in hands-on science education in a summer camp setting, and to bring those opportunities to as many young adults as possible. From meeting inspiring engineers and scientists from some of the biggest and most interesting companies in the United States and through receiving dedicated careers advice, we know that young people will go away with a fresh, new perspective on where their school subjects can lead them. The science competition rewards students who have achieved excellence in a STEM project
Partnerships & Affiliations
Community Health Councils - Advisory Committee
Best Start LA/First 5 - Leadership Committee
Dr. Chris L. Hickey, Sr.
Each One-Teach One
Phone: (323) 945-9851
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