SRTS Youth Engagement Pilot Program!

image003Inspiring youth to act on Safe Routes to School initiatives is a great way to quickly build support for more walking and bicycling. The Safe Routes to School National Partnership, in conjunction with the California Technical Assistance Resource Center, has developed a pilot curriculum that uses team building and leadership development to advance youth-led Safe Routes to School projects in the after school environment. This spring, the National Partnership is looking for 2-3 California-based programs that are interested in using their facilitator to pilot and provide feedback on the curriculum. Selected programs will receive a $1,000 stipend. If you are interested in learning more you can fill out an application here, or contact dave@saferoutespartnership.org for more details.

The California Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Technical Assistance Resource Center (TARC) is a program within California Active Communities, a joint Unit of the University of California, San Francisco and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), and is funded through a SRTS Non-Infrastructure award from the California Department of Transportation.

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