Posted on October 13, 2014
Generation Tomorrow has launched its second year with its third cohort of students and peer community health workers!
All students and peers spent two weekends getting trained and certified for HIV and HCV testing and counseling. HIV training was provided by Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene trainers Joan Garrity and Chris Camp. HCV training was provided by Alan Franciscus (pictured), founder of the national Hepatitis C Support Project. The students and peers will start their field assignments at the end of October.
Cohort 3 comprises 32 students and peers representing 10 countries and 27 cities. They hail from the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus, the schools of Public Health, Nursing, and Medicine as well as Morgan State University. The cohort includes activists, practicing doctors, nurses, dentists, PhD students and graduate students. Learn more about our new cohort by visiting the Cohort 3 page.