You can make a difference by joining the staff of TPAN. Job and internship descriptions and application instructions are shared on this page as they become available, and posted on Indeed.com and npo.net.
EPIC Program Manager
The Program Manager oversees and leads TPAN's substance abuse department, including but not limited to the Empowering Positive Innovative Change (EPIC) program. Additionally, the manager will facilitate groups, conduct client surveys, provide appropriate community referrals, review client screening results, and supervise program staff. Read the full job description here.
Behavioral Counselor: The Behavioral Counselor will conduct client intakes and mental health assessments, individual counseling sessions with enrolled intervention clients, provide client referrals as needed, maintain confidential client records, lead outreach workers in planning and conducting follow-ups, and co-facilitate group sessions for the Empowering Positive Innovative Change (EPIC) Program. EPIC's target population is 18-29 AAMSM (African American men who have sex with men) and MSM 30 and older. Read the full job description here.
TPAN is pleased to offer internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Interns receive hands on experience working with TPAN's clients and community, assisting our mission to save lives and empower those affected by HIV and related conditions.
Current internship opportunities are available for social work students working with our case management department, journalism and marketing internships with Positively Aware, and social media and event internships with our development department.
For more information, read the internship opportunities below or contact us.
TPAN is an equal opportunity employer
We are committed to creating a diverse work environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.