Educational and workforce development activities introduce safety-related concepts and careers to primary and secondary school students, enrich the educational experience of university students, and provide professionals with the tools and resources they need to improve roadway safety.
Our safety-themed museum exhibit is designed to teach kids to be safe when biking or walking in the dark.
Each year, the Institute will award one Outstanding Student of the Year award and travel awards to the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting held in January in Washington, D.C.
The Institute delivers a day of curriculum to students in grades 4 through 8 attending a two-week summer day camp on the White Earth Reservation. Activities focus on safe road use and STEM careers while making connections to students' cultural heritage.
Distraction Dodger is an online game designed to help teens and young adults understand the importance of concentrating on driving.