WORCESTER, Mass. - May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and a new exhibit at the Worcester Regional Airport is sparking conversation by highlighting local students.

The 'Young Men Moving Mountains' initiative is an interactive photo exhibit showcasing the faces and stories of young men speaking out about mental health.

The exhibit, featuring five Worcester-area students, includes QR codes that allow viewers to listen to their stories.

A hashtag is also provided, inviting others to submit their own portraits and statements through social media.

The exhibit is put on by the Yellow Tulip Project, a youth-driven mental health non-profit that says they're excited to share this important message.

"This exhibit is a 'by young men, for young men' project," said Executive Director Anaïs DerSimonian. "It shows that young boys can simultaneously be powerful, cool and in their element while also being vulnerable and talking about mental health issues."

The exhibit is on display through June 30, covering Mental Health Awareness Month in May and Men's Health Month in June.