Project TEACH Classes

Project TEACH

Project TEACH classes run for eight weeks, twice weekly. They are held four times a year in the spring, summer, fall, and winter. Materials and tokens are provided to those enrolled. Project TEACH classes are open to anyone who is living with HIV/AIDS. For more information, please contact Tina Radin, Project TEACH Supervisor at 215.985.4448 ext. 233 or via email: tradin@fight.org.

Download a Project TEACH application

Project TEACH Schedule

  • Dates TBD

TEACH Outside

TEACH Outside is an HIV education program open to people living with HIV who have recently been incarcerated. Classes are five weeks long and meet twice a week. These classes are offered three times a year. For more information contact Teresa Sullivan at Teresa@fight.org or at 215.525.0460 ext. 405.

Download a TEACH Outside Application

TEACH Outside Schedule

  • Winter 2018:  February 21- March 23 (Graduation on March 23rd)
  • Summer 2018:  July 11 – August 10 (Graduation on August 10th)
  • Fall 2018:  October 10 – November 9  (Graduation on November 9th)

Frontline TEACH

Frontline TEACH is a shorter, concentrated version of TEACH specifically designed for people involved in supporting those living with HIV/AIDS. This includes family members, caretakers, and people who work in the field of HIV/AIDS care. Enrollment is not limited to people who are HIV positive. For more information, please contact Tina Radin, Project TEACH Supervisor at 215.985.4448 ext.233 or via email: tradin@fight.org.

Download a Frontline TEACH Application

Frontline TEACH Schedule

  • Dates TBD. We are always accepting applications and will follow up with all applicants.

Latino TEACH

Latino TEACH is an education program open to people living with HIV whose primary language is Spanish. It is hosted and run by Prevention Point Philadelphia, located at 2913 Kensington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19134. Classes are six weeks long and meet twice a week. These classes are offered twice a year. For more information or to enroll, contact Elvis Rosado (Elvis@ppponline.org or 267-283-8231)

Proyecto Latino TEACH es un programa de educación para las personas que viven con el VIH / SIDA. Creemos que los activistas del SIDA han hecho el mundo mejor, y todos podemos ser parte de este movimiento. También creemos que el VIH es una enfermedad, no una desgracia.

Proyecto Latino TEACH – una colaboración con Punto de Prevencion y Filadelfia FIGHT, Punto de Prevencion de Filadelfia, 2913 Kensington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19134. ¡Siempre estamos aceptando aplicaciones! Para obtener más información, llame al Elvis Rosado (Elvis@ppponline.org or 267-283-8231)

Download a Latino TEACH application

Latino TEACH Schedule

Para obtener más información, llame al Elvis Rosado 215.634.5272.

Women’s TEACH

Women’s TEACH is an education program open to women living with HIV. Classes are five weeks long and meet twice a week. Currently we offer this program only once a year and enroll small groups.  Women who have previously graduated from other TEACH programs are welcome to apply.  We will reserve half of the seats in each class for graduates of other TEACH programs. For more information, contact Tina Radin at tradin@fight.org or at 215.985.4448 ext. 233.

Download a Women’s TEACH Application

Women’s TEACH Schedule

  • Spring 2018:  April 18 – May 18 (Graduation on May 18th)
  • Summer 2018:  August 29 – September 28 (Graduation on September 28th)

Youth TEACH

Youth TEACH is an HIV/AIDS education program for young people under 30 who are living with HIV/AIDS. For more information, contact Tina Radin at tradin@fight.org or at 215.985.4448 ext. 233.

Download a Youth TEACH Application

Youth TEACH Schedule

  • Dates TBD. We are always accepting applications and will follow up with all applicants.

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