Due to a number of factors, most having to do with several successive delays in the dates we’ve been given for moving from our current, temporary, offices to our new, permanent, offices (at 1101 Seymour Street) – we still don’t have a firm date for the move, but are assuming it will be in early September – Positive Living BC’s Board Executive Committee decided at its meeting of July 19 to reschedule the Society’s Annual General Meeting (AGM).
The re-scheduled AGM, which was to have occurred on August 17, will now take place on Thursday, September 28, at the new building (1101 Seymour Street), starting with Registration at 5:30 pm.
More information will be forthcoming soon.
If, in the meantime, you have any questions, please contact Board Secretary Joel Leung at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Executive Director Ross Harvey at email@example.com.
Positive Living BC is also hiring a Treatment Outreach Coordinator
Working in collaboration within the Health Promotion Team and with other Positive Living Staff and Volunteers, under the guidance of the Director of Programs and Services, the Treatment Outreach Coordinator facilitates and coordinates the planning, development, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of treatment information dissemination both in-house as well as externally. Researches and disseminates current information on HIV treatments and access thereto. Serves as a principal liaison between the Society and academia, as well as with scientific and health care personnel. Recruits and supports student placements from various post-secondary institutions, from a range of healthcare disciplines, and participates in the training of healthcare providers in issues related to HIV.
Submit resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with Treatment Outreach Coordinator as the subject line.
Calling Massage Practitioners for the Healing Retreat
Positive Living BC is seeking Massage Practitioners to join us at our Healing Retreat this August 26 & 27. This is a volunteer position but you be well compensated with great food and meet many terrific people during this FREE weekend at Loon Lake Retreat Centre located just outside of Maple Ridge BC. Practitioners will provide up to 5 treatments per day and the rest of the time is yours to enjoy in this spectacular natural setting (with full facilities including private toilets and showers).
Anyone who is interested, please contact Brandon Laviolette at (604) 893-2259 or email email@example.com
Are you 50 years or older and consider yourself a long-term survivor of HIV?
If you are willing to tell your story and have it recorded, you may qualify to attend this year’s Healing Retreat as a Legacy Project participant. Legacy Project participants have a greater chance of being selected to attend the Healing Retreat on Aug 25 – 28. Click here to apply. (Note: You must fill in and submit a retreat application)