Our HBCU’s PrEP Ambassador Program was created to build a network of leaders to eliminate stigma and enrich the college experience for LGBTQ+ students attending HBCUs.
The PrEP Ambassador Program is dedicated to HBCU students who will serve as PrEP Ambassadors to eliminate HIV & AIDS-related stigma on HBCU campuses through public education regarding PrEP, HIV testing & treatment. The initiative hopes to reach some of the most vulnerable communities including college students by educating them on preventative care as well as on the reality of HIV in today’s world.
Follow what's being said about the PrEP Ambassador Program
Learn more about the program from the direct experiences of previous PrEP Ambassadors and through interviews with our Program Directors!
Hear from PrEP Ambassadors Erica and Laten, as they recount their accomplishments during the National HBCU Leadership Summit.
Derrick Webb, 2022 PrEP Ambassador and future physician-scientist, recounts his shared goals and accomplishments with our HBCU Program.Hear from Derrick!
Learn more about the goals and accomplishments of HBCUs Student-Driven Program, followed by past Ambassador and advocate Erica McPheeters with advice for the next cohort. Article by HigherEdDive.View Article!
Read more about our programs goals through a deep-dive conversation between The Advocate and program leaders Vanessa Castro and Leslie Hall.Read More!
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