|Career in workplace consulting
Aug 17, 2004
Ms. Gabriel: I am very interested in learning more about how you became a consultant specialing in HIV workplace issues. I am currently working in the field of HIV as a training/health coordinator and have experience in human resources. I beleive becoming a workplace consultant might be the perfect fit for me. Would you be willing to share more. Thank you.
Response from Ms. Gabriel
I don't know where you are located, geographically, but the best suggestion I can give you is to contact an ASO near you and find out if they have a workplace education program and get involved. There is a lot of need for this education but, unfortunately, not a lot of demand. You can go to our website (workpositive.com)to find out about our program, "The Positive Workplace: Managing HIV at Work" and see about attending a facilitator program near you.
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