Our friends over at ETR wanted us to share this information with you.
"Black representation and voices in public health are essential in advancing health outcomes for African-Americans. Historical trauma and misinformation around healthcare has hindered many African-Americans from seeking and understanding important information regarding sexual health and resources.
The Black Public Health Influencer Design Fellowship (B-PHI) provides an opportunity for Black-led voices to educate and advocate sexual health information to the public, utilizing social media as a tool to disseminate information to a wide audience."
- AJ King, ETR Program Coordinator
If this sounds like you then click the link below to apply now!
Currently attending an accredited Historically Black College and University (HBCU)
Students of African American/African descent
LGBTQI and gender nonconforming students are strongly encouraged to apply
Fellows are expected to attend twelve mandatory B-PHI trainings from October 2022-April 2023, meetings with their mentors, and the annual retreat.
All meetings except for the annual retreat will be virtual. ETR will cover all travel and lodging costs associated with attending the annual retreat.
Fellows will be tasked with posting engaging informational content regularly on social media platforms to meet their project requirements.
Fellows will receive a monthly stipend of $1,000 USD a month, for a total of $7,000 (based on attendance and participation).
In addition to the stipend, students will receive additional funds to purchase supplies or technology needed for their projects (e.g., Ring lights, design software, etc.)
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