World AIDS Week: Project Hope Public Health Pageant

Boston University Community Service Center's Project Hope presents the first ever Public Health Pageant Show during World AIDS Week. Contestants will be tested on their knowledge of public health and HIV/AIDS to raise awareness of these important issues. Plus, there will be many non-profit organizations from the greater Boston area present on the night of the event. All are welcome - bring your friends! There will also be performances by some great acts, including: - X-ception - Hall of Mirrors - AFRITHMS Think you have what it takes to compete? We're still accepting applications for contestants! This pageant is completely gender neutral - compete as individuals or pairs! If you are interested to enter the show as a contestant, please sign up here: Contestants will be required to attend the following activities: - Community service during the World AIDS week 2013 - Opening dance practice(s) with choreographers on either December 3-4 - Costume round on the night of the event. Contestants will have ample time before the night of the show to prepare for public health-related costumes. The winner(s) will receive a coveted crown, sash, $85 gift cards sponsored by the MALE Center, $50 check from Fenway Health and an additional surprise present. Please contact with any questions, concerns, or comments. ** Directions to the Law Auditorium: The easiest way to access the Law Auditorium is to walk through Marsh Plaza toward the BU Beach. The Law Auditorium is on the left.

When 7:00 pm on Thursday, December 5, 2013
Building Law Auditorium
Contact Name Du Vo
Phone 617-353-4710
Contact Email
Contact Organization Community Service Center's Project Hope
Fees Free