Applications are invited for consideration to the following position


The STAR Program

Budget Title:

Project Aide

Salary Range:

(Based Upon Experience)


Descriptive Title:


Part-time, Days of the week and hours are variable.



Description of Duties:

- Work closely AEP/PREP Project Staff to develop new advocacy, outreach, and prevention education materials for the PREP Initiative. - Attend training and seminars on community health, HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Disease, Teaching Skills and Evidence Based Programs. - Conduct recruitment for program (new members and community workshops). - Escort at risk teens to partnership clinics for HIV Counseling and Testing, Pregnancy Testing, medical services and STI testing. - Co-facilitate evidence based curriculum with staff. - Lead THEO Town Hall meeting/World Aids Day Event at SUNY Downstate Medical Center - Participate in STAR Community Advisory Board, BATES Youth Network, leadership group, and community boards. - Plan, Develop, Implement, and Monitor all social media outreach, including "The Chat".


REQUIRED: Current High School student or College student with an interest in Public Health, Counseling, Training or Education. Must be willing to conduct workshops in schools and community organizations.

Persons interested should mail their resume and a letter of introduction

Additional Information: Interested candidates should submit their letter of introduction and resume to:

Closing Date for Receipt of Applications: 01/01/29

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