We're searching for volunteers who are interested in supporting the sexual and reproductive health of the Columbia community. Students from all of Columbia's schools and affiliates are welcome to apply.
Join us for an information session to learn more about the GHAP Advocate program. During these sessions, you will learn about program expectations, training requirements, and the application process.
For the Fall 2022 GHAP Advocate cohort, training is anticipated to begin in late September and will be held on Mondays from 6 - 8 PM on the Morningside campus.
About Gay Health Advocacy Project (GHAP) Advocates
Part of Alice! Health Promotion at Columbia Health, the Gay Health Advocacy Project (GHAP) is a sexual health advocacy group. Volunteer GHAP Advocates provide 1-on-1 support to students on a variety of sexual and reproductive health needs, such as providing resources and referrals for HIV testing and counseling, PrEP and PEP consultations, routine STI screenings and education, birth control, menstrual control, and reproductive health education, and peer support around sexuality, gender, and identity. You can learn more about the GHAP program on the Columbia Health website.