Idaho Teen Driving

Toward Zero Deaths


The Conor Lynch Memorial Scholarship will award two $1500 scholarships to youth ages 16-21 who have made a positive impact on their communities by encouraging road users to be more attentive, whether they are driving, riding in the car as a passenger, or using the road as a pedestrian or bicyclist. Learn more and apply by Feb 23.

The Traffic Safety Scholars Program offers scholarships to undergraduate students to help them attend the Lifesavers Conference on Highway Safety Priorities (March 26-28, 2017). Students interested in the possibility of a career in traffic safety are invited to apply by Nov 18. Learn more and submit your application.

Idaho high schoolers invited to help make roads safer. Idaho high school students are encouraged to use technology to help make roads safer through the National Institute for Advanced Transportation Technology distracted-driving safety messaging challenge going on through Nov. 18. Students can submit social media posts and/or a short video to help spotlight the issue of distracted driving. Learn more about the competition.



The Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) provides a unique opportunity to gain valuable professional experience and skills to complement your academic pursuits. The STIPDG is a paid internship program open to all qualified candidates. Get more info and apply by Jan 20, 2017.

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