B Condoms Launches HBCU Ambassador Program To Promote Sexual Wellness On Campus

Atlanta-based sexual wellness brand, b condoms, has announced the launch of the largest HBCU ambassador program promoting sexual wellness on Black College campuses across the United States, allowing HBCU students to earn additional income.

The innovative health promotion campaign was designed to promote safe sex to Black students and decrease the spread of sexually transmitted diseases in our culture.

Jason K. Panda, the owner of b condoms, saw a need to help people in his community improve their sexual health. After two years of practicing law, the Morehouse College graduate created b condoms, the only Black-owned condom company in the country.

“As an HBCU graduate of Morehouse College, I’ve always sought to reach back into the community and work with next-generation leaders to find creative ways to give back, promote health and move the culture forward,” shared Panda in a press release. “This ‘HBCU’ campus ambassador program reflects our sense of philanthropy and giving back. Given the health disparities that exist within our community, we felt it was the right thing to do to provide a program that promotes health and wellness and gives HBCU students an opportunity to lessen the financial stress so many are experiencing.”

The large numbers of unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections in the Black community have led researchers to conclude that about 63% of African American women get pregnant unintentionally, and 42% are of new HIV diagnoses in the United States.

The company intends to equip campus ambassadors with the information needed to educate their peers and plans to develop a community of like-minded individuals working together to protect the culture; creating better health outcomes for people of color.

The selected brand ambassadors will be responsible for promoting health, wellness, and b condoms on campus during the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters.

Other key responsibilities include:

  • Creating and publishing creative b condoms content on your Instagram account.
  • Hosting engaging activities that allow students on campus to learn about the brand and access the product.
  • Attending bi-weekly 30-minute meetings.
  • Participating in online group chats.

Ambassadors may also be required to distribute flyers on campus, collaborate with the college’s Student Health Center, and create and run competitions.

With the program, participating brand ambassadors will earn commissions for all orders they oversee, certification as a b condoms sexual health educator, participation in the network of b condoms student campus managers, ongoing coaching and professional development support from the company’s team, and experience in both marketing and leadership.

“As the only Black-owned condom company in the United States, our founding mission is to decrease health disparities and to protect the culture. HBCU campuses are the educational power center for the Black community. More than 50% of the nation’s African American public-school teachers and 70% of African American dentists and physicians earned degrees at HBCUs. Our HBCU Campus Ambassador program empowers students to educate their communities, promote sexual health and earn money.” revealed Panda.

To become a student ambassador, you can apply on the b condoms website. The program has already accepted 50 students studying on 30 HBCU campuses across 15 states so far.

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