Minnesota AIDS Project
2577 Territorial Road
About Minnesota AIDS Project
Founded in 1983 as a statewide nonprofit agency, the Minnesota AIDS Project envisions a Minnesota where new HIV infections are eliminated and individuals living with HIV live long, healthy lives. Our mission is to lead Minnesota's fight to stop HIV through prevention, advocacy, awareness and services.
In partnership with over 1,000 volunteers, we provide compassionate, confidential and non–discriminatory services, including practical, emotional and social support. In 2013, the organization provided services to more than half of the nearly 8,000 Minnesotans living with HIV. The Minnesota AIDS Project’s Risk Reduction staff members reach thousands more throughout the state with HIV prevention education, HIV testing and community outreach to those at the greatest risk for transmission.
The Minnesota AIDS Project is fighting to stop HIV in Minnesota. Join us!
5 jobs with Minnesota AIDS Project
MAP seeks FT Community Educator + AIDSLine. Must have comprehensive knowledge of HIV & resources, work w/ the public & deliver education across MN.
MAP seeks FT health educator to work w/ young gay/bi AA men to fight HIV through counseling, testing, referral to services, peer education & outreach.
MAP seeks PT program assistant to support peer-based team working with gay/bi men living with HIV and young gay/bi African American men.
MAP seeks CLEAR Counselor for 1-on-1 counseling to reduce transmission risk for HIV+ individuals. This intervention targets young gay/bi AA men.
MAP seeks FT Health Ed Coordinator for Positive Link to facilitate peer-focused sexual & health ed/support activities for gay/bi HIV+ men.