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I received the first doctorate at Harvard University in HIV/AIDS prevention for youths, then set up the Internet's first website on the subject in 1994: teenaids.org. I run the non-profit TeenAIDS-PeerCorps (TA-PC) whose mission is educating teens with medically accurate facts, and empowering them to reach out to their peers. We believe that it is the human right of all maturing adolescents to hear the medically-accurate facts because censorship only leads to more HIV. The goal of TA-PC is to save millions of unsuspecting youths from this avoidable danger. As part of our volunteer mission, I have traveled to 90 countries training 350,000 since 1992 because it is the morally correct thing to do, and is my professional passion. I continue to serve as a full-time volunteer, and ask youths to share a commitment to volunteerism and action. With the facts, they have the ability to make wise personal decisions, and increase the likelihood that a future sexual partner will not get HIV. We are the only entity in the world that offers free, live, public testing (by oral swab) wherever teens gather, since 2012. TA-PC has been a pioneer in many new "best practices" that other non-profits emulate. Starting in 2017, we are undertaking our most extreme educational initiative yet: moving TA-PC's operations to the Earth's most remote locale, a tiny coral atoll in the Pacific, to teach indigenous youths to help run our global operations using social media and experimental satellite uplink technologies. We are looking for visionary, dedicated, young college-age interns to assist in this amazing endeavor.