ABOUT THE AGENCY
Project Lazarus provides transitional housing to people living with HIV/AIDS who have no other place to live.
WHAT YOU DO
Volunteers provide important physical and emotional support to our residents. While residents rely on volunteers for companionship and assistance with daily tasks, there are also opportunities in administrative support, gardening, marketing, fundraising, social media campaigns, and Wellness University instruction from art and music to zumba and yoga.
WHAT YOU LEARN
Service learners will experience the human side of the HIV/AIDS crisis in New Orleans. At Project Lazarus, you will see how people are growing and empowering themselves to go back out into the world and create a healthier, happier lifestyle. Service learners will gain knowledge of how HIV/AIDS is not an end, but a new beginning to a life of living in the positive.
people dealing with physical or mental illness • victims of crime or violence • people living with HIV/AIDS • people who are homeless or in transitional housing situations
2824 Dauphine Street, New Orleans, LA 70117
(Marigny Neighborhood, near NOCCA)
Jessica Kinnison • Operations Manager
email@example.com • 504-949-3609 x 521
Kelsey McLaughlin • Resident Activities Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org • 504.949.3609 x 513
DAYS & TIMES
Additional times may be available by special arrangement.
Biking • 35 min
Public transit • 70 min
Driving • 20 min
- On-campus session • Mon, Sept. 9, 11:30am-1pm • Seminar Rm. 4, Monroe Library • Bring your resume, a government issued photo ID, pencil and paper.
- Students interested in serving at Project Lazarus should be prepared for an interview.
- Pass a background check.
- Complete online cell phone etiquette training.
- Complete online email etiquette training.