Members collaborate with the community to develop mental and emotional wellness resources in rural, frontier, and tribal communities. This is achieved by assessing diverse areas of mental health concerns, planning and implementing emotional wellness programs and strategies based on the findings from a community assessment, all while trying to reduce the stigma that emotional/mental health carries. Members must be comfortable meeting new people and establishing connections and partnerships with a variety of people and organizations. They must have strong communication skills, verbal and written, be comfortable facilitating groups, and be open minded in the face of differing opinions.
Childcare assistance if eligible, Education award upon successful completion of service, Health coverage, Housing, Living allowance, Student loan forbearance, Training
Qualified members are eligible for housing assistance. It is recommended that individuals have their own transportation.
College Degree, Credential or Certification
High School Graduate
Permits attendance at school during off hours
Subject to criminal background check
17 - 60