Teen Driver Scholarship Program Needs Your Help


Motor vehicle crashes are the number one killer of teens and young adults. Due to recent budget cuts, few high schools offer driver education to their students. Red Means Stop recently began a program to provide an effective driver training program that will enable new drivers an opportunity to receive top-notch instruction by the nationally acclaimed DrivingMBA located in Scottsdale and Chandler, Arizona.

The focus of our Teen Driver Training Scholarship Program is students in the high risk and under -served population, who might not otherwise have the means to afford this type of training. Our goal is to develop a new generation of safe, responsible drivers, utilizing state of the art driving simulators, as well as classroom and on-road instruction. The course is designed by DrivingMBA to prepare a student from the pre-permit phase to license. Each phase is specifically designed to meet certain objectives and to help students develop the necessary skills for driving on today’s roadways.

Red Means Stop cannot make this happen without financial help from individuals and companies willing to invest in the safety of these young drivers as they transition into adulthood. Tax deductible donations can be made by visiting our website at www.redmeansstop.org and clicking on the “Donate” tab or by sending your check payable to Red Means Stop, to 9089 East Bahia Drive, #102, Scottsdale, Arizona 85260.

To learn more about the Red Means Stop Traffic Safety Alliance visit our website at www.redmeansstop.org or contact us at 480-305-7900 or e-mail me at info@redmeansstop.org

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Maria Wojtczak
Maria Wojtczak is Chief Operating Officer at DrivingMBA. She has extensive knowledge in teen brain development and has pioneered many techniques used to teach students at DrivingMBA. Her passion for teaching and saving teen lives has made her a leader in the driver training industry.

1 Comment

  1. Aurora Osuna

    How can my daughter apply for your scholarship program for your driving school. The cost of drivers Ed is expensive and is out of my price range. I love the idea of the simulator being an option. We are really interested in your program.
    Thank you


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