Peer mentoring is an exciting opportunity for you to use your own life experience to help others to face the challenges of living with HIV. Peer mentors support people to manage all aspects of living well with HIV from diagnosis and starting treatment to talking to others about our status.

By joining Project 100 as a peer mentor you will:

  • Develop your skills and build your confidence
  • Gain a Level Two Open College Network qualification in peer mentoring
  • Enhance your CV and increase employment opportunities
  • Be part of an inspiring and supportive team
  • Be part of a national network of peer mentors
  • Develop and share your knowledge of HIV                          

If you decide to volunteer you will be invited to attend an interview so we can find out more about you, your skills and experience and give you the opportunity to find out more about our work and the peer mentoring role.

The training for Leeds will be at BHA Leeds Skyline September 15/16/17th 2017

To find out more go to Project 100 - Positively UK positivelyuk.org/project-100