For the past nine years, Project Ignition students and their advisors have been meeting classroom objectives while creating impactful awareness and engagement campaigns to address teen driver safety issues. They get the facts out, engage their audiences and work to ultimately influence driving behaviors and save lives on the road.
Student teams find their inspiration close to home — sometimes from tragedy — but their powerful messages reach across towns, counties, and state lines. Students find amazing and creative ways to do this:
- They engage peers and other community members to consider the role they play in teen driver safety issues through classroom activities like physics projects, interactive demonstrations at school and in their community, performances and public service announcements.
- They meet and plan with city councils and local legislators to encourage stronger public policy surrounding teen driver safety.
- They design websites and erect memory walls.
Through these efforts, students galvanize schools and families — even entire communities — around their efforts to keep our roads safe.
Are you ready to lead your school, community, and your peers to save lives on the road? Gather your team and apply now.