Clayton State will host AIDS 101 Awareness and Action Seminar, a volunteer training workshop offered by nonprofit AID Atlanta.
AIDS 101 addresses a wide range of subjects and concerns including current treatments and research, AIDS in the African American community, prevention and psychological issues. The program format consists of lectures, special interest sessions, and panel discussions.
AIDS 101 will take place on Saturday, Feb. 25 from 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. in the Clayton State University Arts and Sciences Building.
AIDS 101 is now approved to offer 4.5 Core Continuing Education Hours for Social Work Licensing.
Free Rapid HIV testing will be offered from 1pm-3pm after the AIDS 101 Seminar