Are you between the ages of 13-24 and interested in public health, sex education, and LGBTQ issues?
SMYAL is now accepting applications for our newest cohort of Peer Health Fellows!
Fellows will be working to find out how LGBTQ+ youth (13-24), especially those of color, struggle to access health-related services and how to break down those barriers that create the inaccessibility to those services. The fellowship will last over the course of 6 months and during that time fellows will give workshops to service providers, conduct conversations with their peers, and refer youth to services. Fellows get paid a monthly $200 stipend for completing monthly tasks.
Learn more about the Peer Health Fellowship at our info session on Monday, August 22nd from 1-3 pm.