Each May youth across the country unite during Global Youth Traffic
Safety Month™ to focus on the leading cause of death for them
and their peers: traffic related crashes. Global Youth Traffic
Safety Month™ empowers youth to develop and lead
traffic safety education projects and support law enforcement and affect
legislation to protect teen drivers.
Global Youth Traffic Safety Month 2014
National Launch for Global Youth Traffic Safety Month
May 1, 2014
Upper Senate Park
NOYS Coalition Meeting
May 2, 2014
8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Register for the Meeting
Hilton Garden Inn
1225 First Street, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20002
Hilton Garden Inn
1225 First Street, N.E., Washington, D.C. 20002
Contact us to see how you can get involved in Global Youth Traffic Safety Month!
Act Out Loud® 2014
Act Out Loud has over 200 teams across the country planning to host safe teen driving rallies in April and May to support Global Youth Traffic Safety Month! Check them out and plan to visit a rally near you, actoutloud.org/teams.
The Long Short Walk
NOYS is teaming up with Make Roads Safe for an encore of the Long Short Walk as part of the national launch event in Washington, D.C. - as well as for the month of May! The Long Short Walk is an important milestone in
the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020, which has the goal of
preventing 5 million road traffic deaths by 2020.
Check out everyone who is continuing to make some NOYS for road safety by participating in a Long Short Walk at www.mylongshortwalk.org.
Click here to download the flyer and find out more information.
Download a signboard for your walk to show whom you are supporting for your event:
Cheryl Neverman Traffic Safety Leadership Scholarship
The $2,500 Cheryl Neverman Traffic Safety Leadership
Scholarship will be awarded annually to a current college level Junior
on the basis of outstanding traffic safety leadership, academic
excellence, and significant volunteer experience. Each applicant will
be evaluated based on the application information provided, and a
recipient will be selected by a Cheryl Neverman Traffic Safety
Leadership Scholarship selection committee.
Project Yellow Light
Project Yellow Light is a scholarship competition designed to bring
about change. As an applicant you have one clear mission: encourage
other teens to develop and embrace safe driving habits. Specifically –
don’t text and drive.
The first place winner will receive a scholarship in the amount of
$5,000. Second-place finisher will receive $2,000. Third-place finisher
will receive $1,000. Winners will be announced May 1 at the national launch of Global Youth Traffic Safety Month in Washington, DC.