The Getting to Zero Coalition is excited to launch the 2019 Activist Academy to train a team of HIV and AIDS activists in order to advocate for the community, mobilize others, and continue moving the conversation forward in Massachusetts.
Apply now and join our 2019 cohort. We’re recruiting a team of passionate, energetic, and hardworking individuals dedicated to ending the HIV epidemic to build a movement in Massachusetts that will ripple to states and communities beyond.
Individuals representing the populations most deeply impacted by the HIV epidemic are strongly encouraged to apply – namely, members of the LGBTQ community and people of color. We’re looking to build a cross-generational class, including long-term survivors, people living with HIV, and people who use PrEP for HIV prevention.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:-- Working with an organization on independent projects related to HIV/AIDS education and advocacy-- Participating in weekly project check-ins-- Participating in monthly fellowship check-ins/webinars-- Participating in workshops/trainings-- Advancing the Getting to Zero conversation in Massachusetts-- Building relationships in your community
The fellowship program will run from June to December 2019. Fellows will be compensated with a stipend for the duration of the program.
For more information about the Activist Academy, please see http://bit.ly/GTZDescription. For more information about the Getting to Zero Massachusetts coalition and our work, please see https://www.gettingtozeroma.org/. The deadline to apply is May 19th, 2019.
For any further questions, please email Carrie Richgels at firstname.lastname@example.org.