DMV: DMV Looking for High School Students to Assist with Safe Driving Activities

DMV Looking for High School Students
to Assist with Safe Driving Activities
 
The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is looking for current high school students to help promote safe driving to thousands of their peers.  This unique experience can boost a teen's personal resume, college application and professional skills while having fun. 
 
DMV has begun planning for its 10th annual statewide teen safe driving video contest.  As part of the planning process, the agency is looking for ambitious high school students who can volunteer time beginning later this month to help us make the contest even better. 
 
The experience will provide students a great opportunity to work with peers, develop many different skills and promote safe driving to thousands of people across the state.   The commitment will include periodic meetings in Wethersfield and working with fellow teens to create and execute a marketing plan for this year’s contest.
 
If You Are Interested
 
Any current high school students (returning to high school this fall) who would like to be a part of the group can e-mail Ernie Bertothy, of DMV's Corporate and Public Relations Office, at ernie.bertothy@ct.gov  
 

 




Content Last Modified on 7/13/2017 3:49:12 PM