To be increasingly responsive, innovative, and effective at the regional level, PHR’s National Student Program needs one more thing:
Please consider applying to become a Regional Chapter Mentor or a Regional Training Coordinator.
Both Regional Chapter Mentors and Regional Training Coordinators will work with Chapters in their region — Northeast, Midwest, West, South, and Mid-Atlantic — to strengthen the National Student Program and improve their region’s experience and impact.
Regional Chapter Mentors offer critical peer-to-peer support, advice, and problem-solving assistance to their region’s student Chapters, and help student Chapter leaders advance their Chapter development and activities. Regional Chapter Mentors provide the personal communication and online presence to ensure the chapters feel supported, appreciated, and connected to one another and to the National Student Program.
Regional Training Coordinators ensure that PHR’s National Student Program offers effective trainings in health and human rights advocacy. Regional Training Coordinators work with the National Student Program Coordinator to plan, run, and follow up on an engaging Regional Advocacy Institute. Therefore, the bulk of the work will be done August through November. Regional Training Coordinators will also support the regional community by supporting PHR’s direct communication and online presence.
Use your creativity, sense of humor, ability to organize, and dedication to human rights to serve as a liaison between your region’s Chapters, the PHR offices in Cambridge, and the halls of legislature.
Please complete the following applications and send them to applications[at]phrusa[dot]org by
Monday, May 24 Monday, May 31. You can also contact me with any questions!
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