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Share with Youth: Vision Zero Youth Ambassador Program

This paid program equips Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) youth ages 15-29 with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to combat pedestrian deaths and injuries in their communities. 

Ambassadors will participate in a 5-month educational and community engagement experience addressing pedestrian safety. This program harnesses the power of digital storytelling, advocacy, and community engagement to design interventions that prioritize pedestrian safety. 

This is a paid opportunity. During their program, participants will: 

  • Contribute at least 5 hours per month to monthly virtual online cohort gatherings, one-on-one development meetings, and mentorship sessions. 

  • Create, lead, and engage in interventions (advocacy, infrastructure, community mobilization) 

  • Participate in NOYS engagements as assigned 

  • Serve as a youth ambassador for mobility/transportation safety 

  • Attend and participate in the end of program event 

Participants will receive a stipend of $300 and seed intervention funding for their participation in the program. Learn more and apply.