Me @ 30 is a multimedia campaign, supported by the Office of Minority Health: Community HIV Partnership Grant and launched by the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW). Currently, we operate on the campuses of Howard University and Bennett College.
Since this year marks the 30th anniversary of the discovery of HIV and AIDS, the Me @ 30 campaign, an initiative of NCNW, uses age 30 as a destination, a milestone, and a point of reflection. Me @ 30 encourages college students to think about what decisions they need to make now in order to reach age 30 and do so as healthy, happy, and successful adults. The campaign, aimed at college students attending Howard University and Bennett College, highlights an array of topics from personal finance to career goals, and sexual health to healthy relationships.
We encourage everyone to join and support the movement of black college students making positive decisions and choices as they reach the age 30.