ECHO: Engaging Communities around HIV Organizing
Applications are now closed.
You can still work with Advocates for Youth by joining our Youth Activist Network.
What is ECHO:
Engaging Communities around HIV Organizing (ECHO) is a year-long organizing leadership development program for young people living with HIV. Members of ECHO will be provided with personal, professional and political development to enhance their organizing and mobilizing skills.
What is ECHO’s framework:
Who should apply to ECHO:
What is expected of ECHO members?
• Participate on monthly conference calls
• Learn about organizing and mobilizing around HIV related issues
• Lead organizing efforts that promote HIV policy and law reform
• Contribute social media content amplifying the work of ECHO
• Coordinate and participate in AIDS Awareness Week and National Youth HIV Awareness Day
• Contribute to #MyStoryOutLoud digital storytelling project
• Attend and present at National Conferences
Participating in ECHO is a year-long commitment from June 2019 – June 2020.ECHO members qualify for a stipend upon meeting the requirements of the program.If you feel that this application will not properly reflect your experience and/or provides some other type of barrier, but are still interested in being a part of ECHO, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.