The Red Means Stop Traffic Safety Alliance, Board of Directors, has approved the development of a scholarship program that will enable new teen drivers an opportunity to receive top notch instruction by the nationally acclaimed Driving MBA.
Driving MBA, located in Arizona, has training sites in Scottsdale and Chandler, utilizing state of the art driving simulators as well as behind the wheel, on the road training for new teen drivers. The program will focus on teens in the high risk and under-served population, those who might not otherwise qualify for this type of driver training.
As part of the Red Means Stop goal of helping to create a new generation of safe, responsible drivers, the organization is putting together a scholarship program that will fully pay for their DrivingMBA training.
Red Means Stop is seeking corporate partners to assist with the cost of providing this highly skilled training. Companies interested in joining the program should contact Frank Hinds or Maria Wojtczak at (480)305-7900.
Roll-out of the program is expected in September 2012.