Volunteer in Tanzania for HIV/AIDS awareness campaign

Do you want to help save the world?

Support for International Change (SIC) is a non profit organization that strive to limit the impact of HIV/AIDS in the under-served communities and to train future leaders in global health.

We are looking for volunteers this summer who want a challenging, two-month experience teaching HIV/AIDS biology and prevention while emerging in the Tanzanian culture.

Whether you’re a public health major looking for some real-life, hands on experience or just someone who wants to make a sustaining impact in one of the most majestic places in the world, this is the optimal opportunity for you! For more information on the program visit http://sichange.org/get-involved/volunteer/ where you can find the application, program dates (USC students usually go on VP1), and a brief overview about what the organization is really about.

Please feel free to email us at usc@sichange.org regarding any concerns and we will be happy to answer all questions.

Applications are due February 17th!!!

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