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Sponsorship for Team HBV's 11th Annual International Collegiate Conference

Updated: Apr 19, 2020

Pi Alpha Phi is proud to offer free sponsorship to brothers interested in attending the Team HBV Collegiate Chapters Conference.

The Jade Ribbon Campaign is the Fraternity's National Philanthropy.

Please email for more information.


Calling all hepatitis B advocates! Registration for Team HBV's 11th Annual International Collegiate Conference is now open! This year's programming will focus on empowering members to be confident hepatitis B patient and policy advocates. During the conference you will have the opportunity to: - hear from distinguished speakers and professors about current updates in hepatitis B research and policy - learn how to take part in the movement to eradicate hepatitis B at a collegiate level - compete in an outreach hackathon and present your creations with your fellow conference attendees - explore the city of Boston and more! Conference Registration (Deadline - 9/8): GoogleForm Registration: Eventbrite (password: joinjade): BOTH forms must be filled out for attendance. The general registration fee of $50 (Team HBV members)/$70 (non Team HBV members) includes 5 meals, local transportation during the conference, Team HBV swag, and access to all 3 days of conference programming! It does not include flights (or other means of transportation) or housing. Financial aid is available for travel reimbursements. Housing Options: 1) Student Dormitory at Harvard - $20 2) Hotel (Limited, Team HBV members only) - $70 Workshop/Presentation Registration (Deadline - 9/23): Applications are considered for Team HBV members only. Selected workshop/presentations get 2 presenters' registration fees waived. If you have any questions or concern about finances, please contact Sandra Kong and Joanna Song via Facebook or send an email to Hope to see everyone there!

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