Fitness for our Future.
The Project

The HBCU Wellness Project has trained Student Health Ambassadors, engaged in community residents, collaborated with community based and faith based organizations and institutions, civic departments, and each other —all for one single purpose — to promote change.

Expanding Our Outreach

Knoxville College Reopens

We are pleased to welcome Knoxville College (Knoxville, Tenn.) back as they continue to reorganize as an academic institution of higher learning.  Knoxville College has a rich and storied history of successfully educating students in our global world.  Many have become teachers, physicians, nurses, scientists, business executives, healthcare professionals, and other industry leaders.  

Student Health Ambassadors

Where Are They Now? 

JAYLYN SMITH

Former Student Health Ambassador

Lane College

“I am currently pursuing my Masters of Public Health degree from South University (Savannah, GA), and after I graduate (in 2021), I’m planning to attain a Doctorate of Public Health. My ultimate goal is to actively be on the frontlines helping to prevent the spread of the HIV/AIDS epidemic by becoming either a lobbyist , healthcare administrator, or infectious disease outreach educator."

Empowering Our Future's Next Generation

Education. Training. Health. Community.

Over 600 Student Heatlh Ambassadors
More Than 500 CITI Trained Ambassadors
Over 345 IRB Approved Protocols
More than 760 Community Outreach Activites Conducted
Over 40,000 Tennessee Residents Impacted
Community Partners
Contact

Phone: 615-327-5916               Email: hbcuwellnesstn@gmail.com

 

 1005 Dr. D.B. Todd Jr. Boulevard Nashville, TN 37208

HBCU Wellness Project is located on the second floor of the Old Hospital,

in the West Wing, Suite 248.

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This Project is sponsored through an appropriation by the State of Tennessee's Legislative Black Caucus.