AIDSWatch 2016: Registration Open & Scholarship Applications Now Available!

Don't miss out on AIDSWatch 2016, the largest annual HIV/AIDS advocacy event!

Join hundreds of advocates from across the country in Washington DC from February 29 - March 1, 2016 to educate Congress on HIV/AIDS and related policy and funding priorities.

AIDSWatch provides participants with current knowledge on the state of HIV/AIDS research, prevention, treatment, and important policy developments. Participants will receive training on current science, legislative priorities, and how to conduct effective meetings with elected representatives.

AIDSWatch has never been more critical! Your elected officials need to hear your voice!

Registration is Now Open! While the majority of costs for AIDSWatch are generously covered by sponsors, there is a nominal $20 registration fee. If this presents an obstacle to your participation, please apply for a scholarship or please contact us at aidswatch@aidsunited.org. We highly recommend that you register early. If you are dependent on a scholarship to attend, please do not register, as scholarship recipients will be automatically registered after selection.

Scholarships are available! Scholarships cover travel, hotel, and the registration fee. Get more information and the application here. Completed scholarship application packets are due no later than November 20, 2015 at 8pm ET.

Learn more about or register at: www.aidsunited.org/aidswatch

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