As the next phase of the My Body, My Health campaign, GENERATE was created to mobilize Black and Latinx LGBTQ+ youth to join together and advance efforts to end HIV and promote sexual health through advocacy, education, and storytelling. We will be working with 18-24 year olds to promote sexual health on college campuses and within local LGBTQ+ communities to finally build a generation free of HIV.
We are selecting 15 GENERATE peer facilitators across the country to finally build a generation free of HIV and stigma. Apply before August 19, 2021.
Fellows will be provided a $1000 stipend.
One year commitment and virtual training September 10-11, 2021.
Support and collaborate with a community-based organization and/or organizing. group in your community on topics such as LGBTQ+ issues, minority-led social. justice, and HIV stigma and discrimination.
Two virtual professional development workshops and bi-monthly conference calls with peer cohort and guest speakers to strengthen leadership and advocacy skills.
Dedicated coaching and guidance from HRC mentors.
Organize at least one community event.
Must identify as Black or Latinx/o/a LGBTQ+ between the ages of 18-24.
Must have video conferencing capability and reliable internet access; training sessions hosted on Zoom platform.
Must have at least one year of experience in direct services and/or advocacy work either as a student, volunteer or employee.
Must be willing to commit to a one-year cohort 2021-2021
Must be committed to advancing access and equality for Black and Latinx transgender women.
Affiliation with a minority-serving community-based organization is preferred but not required.
Application Deadline: August 19, 2021. If you have any questions, then please contact Vanessa A.Castro, Associate Director of HIV and Health Equity at email@example.com.
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