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Safety Center’s Youth Advisory Council (YAC), comprised of high school students throughout California, continues to raise awareness around teen safe driving issues with the California Teen-to-Teen Safe Driving Campaigns now in its seventh year of funding from The Allstate Foundation. - January 08, 2019
Safety Center’s Youth Advisory Council (YAC) in partnership with Allstate insurance agent Bridgit Thurman and her team will hold a year-end event bringing awareness to distracted driving in teens coinciding with the 100 Deadliest Days of Summer. - May 30, 2018
Funding from Sate Farm has made it possible for Safety Center to return to Oakridge High School for its fourth year presenting to the entire 10th grade the lifesaving information of the Alive at 25 program. With continued funding the Safety Center has established its presence at Oakridge, presenting... - December 23, 2017
Youth Take Action to End Distractions by Empowering Students throughout California to Create Real Change - October 10, 2017
Empowering Students to Create Real Change, Lead, Impact, and Reach Youth Making a Difference in Teen Safe Driving Decisions - September 14, 2016
September 17 event raises awareness of distracted driving behaviors. - September 12, 2016
Funding from Sate Farm has made it possible for Safety Center to purchase its second One Simple Decision driving simulator. Safety Center provides the driving simulator for school assemblies, back to school nights and a myriad of school and community events. - July 24, 2016
Empowering high school students to make a difference in the world. - June 29, 2016
Empowering high school students to create positive peer-to-peer messages - September 29, 2015
On Monday, April 13th, Safety Center is launching a Teen Safe Driving contest to reduce distracted driving by challenging high school students and parents to turn off their cell phones in cars for 21 days. - April 08, 2015
High School Students Are Empowered to Lead Positive Teen Safe Driving Campaigns - September 10, 2014
Safety Center receives a grant from The Allstate Foundation to fund contests for high schools students to create teen safe driving campaigns reinforcing safe driving attitudes and behavior. Car crashes are the #1 cause of teen fatalities. Contests will provide incentives for teen-to-teen high school campaigns using the power of peer influence to change perceptions about taking risks behind the wheel and helping to make safe, responsible driving behavior become the socially acceptable standard. - August 29, 2013
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