The Youth Organizers of Mental Health Education (YOMHE) promote positive mental health and work to normalize discussion of suicide and suicide prevention. They train other youth on how to support friends in need through presentations and outreach. The YOMHEs create a space for youth to speak up about mental health stigma in communities of color. If you are (or know a young person who is) passionate about mental health topics, taking care of your community, and/or want to educate your peers on these topics all while getting paid, then this program is great for you. Eligible applicants must commit to work through August 2020, live within Seattle city limits, be between the ages of 16-24, and live in a household with income at or below 80% Area Median Income (AMI) (see table below). To apply, complete this form by March 11, 2020 before 5pm. Email email@example.com with questions.