The Creating Responsible, Intelligent Black Brothers (CRIBB) Fellowship is an intensive year long program dedicated to training up to 12 Black gay men, ages 18 to 25 into the next generation of leaders in the fight against health disparities.
Through a series of structured workshops, technical activities and assignments these young men will not only advance their leadership abilities but also strengthen their involvement in reducing HIV/AIDS, other health disparities and social justice inequities within the African American MSM community.
Participants have to complete a Community Leadership Project of their choosing with help from an assigned faculty member. Once the participants complete the program, they are eligible to attend a Rites of Passage ceremony where they are honored for their hard work and praised as new leaders within the Black gay community.
Thank you for your interest in the CRIBB Fellowship, however the deadline for the current application period has passed. You are welcome to apply during the next application period. We look forward to seeing you in Dallas, TX in January at NAESM 2017.