Post Tagged with: "Project Save Our Children"
I was not so smart as a teen….School smart, maybe -since I have this cool job writing articles for Foremost Insurance Group, but street smart…no. I distantly remember the first prom I drove to as a junior in high school-disastrous. A couple things my parents were not so happy about: I had a date they [...]Read More »
Celebrate! Celebrate what? National Teen Driver Safety Week, that’s what. If you have a teenager driving this is a great excuse to get them to listen to some very important safety tips and information. National Teen Driver Safety Week is observed October 14-20 this year and is focused on “Share, Not Scare”. I was [...]Read More »
In our Project Save Our Children installments, I showed you how the program really works in schools . What I didn’t tell you is the overwhelming effect this experience had on me. I went to a freshman center to watch and participate in this program first hand. There are five stations, which are explained here [...]Read More »
Our last installment in the Project Save Our Children Videos. See for yourself:Read More »
In our related posts we gave you an overview of what Project Save Our Children is all about. Now see the stations that teach high school students about the dangers of drunk driving up close and personal. This video gives a great preview of the range driving station. This station teaches the students to drive [...]Read More »
I’ve already told you about the Project Save Our Children program, a hands-on teen drinking and driving awareness program based right here near our West Michigan campus and supported by Foremost. Here’s an overview video of what students experience during the two-day event: Check back soon, we’re going to delve a little deeper into a [...]Read More »
This month is Youth Traffic Safety Month and it is one of the most important issues facing teenagers and parents today. The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration reports that young drivers, ages 15 to 20-year-olds, are especially vulnerable to death and injury on our roadways, making traffic crashes the leading cause of death for [...]Read More »