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Youth Expert Advisory Board applications now accepted

January 30, 2015

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Applications for an advisory board composed of young women and transgender women of color are now being accepted to support Project Elevate, a dynamic new STI prevention program led by the AIDS Foundation of Chicago.

Project Elevate is a citywide collaboration with Chicago Public Schools, the Chicago Department of Public Health, Planned Parenthood, Lurie Children’s Memorial Hospital, Affinity, and a host of other community partners. This peer-led project will focus on the input of the Youth Expert Advisory Board to shape marketing materials in support of a robust HIV and STI prevention program.

The Youth Expert Advisory Board (YEAB) will be comprised of interested, active and influential members of the targeted community who are willing to utilize their expertise, knowledge, influence and contacts to benefit the programs and services of Project Elevate.

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Additional questions and/or support, and completed applications should be sent to Alan D. Johnson at ajohnson@aidschicago.org.

Categorized under AFC news, Chicago and Prevention.

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