High School Campaigns and Projects
Crossroads Teen Driving promotes activities focused on teen driver safety through funding opportunities and campaigns for schools. Learn more about these opportunities and hear from Badger High School in Lake Geneva where students conducted a Road Safety Assessment to advocate for a light at a dangerous intersection near the school.
Presenters: Dee Dee Giovingo, FCCLA Adviser, Badger High School , Ricky Sanchez, Badger High School student, Carissa Hoium, MPH, CPST, Motor Vehicle Safety Coordinator at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Teens and the Child Passenger Safety Picture
In Child Passenger Safety, we often focus on “the littles” but what about “the bigs”? Join us to learn about reaching teens as part of a comprehensive Child Passenger Safety program.
Presenter: Deena Liska, M.A.Ed., CPST-I, Teen Driving Coordinator at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Graduated Driver Licensing in WI
Crossroads Teen Driving has launched a video campaign to raise awareness about Wisconsin’s Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) law and how it keep teens – and everyone – safer on the roads. Join us to learn more about our GDL campaign and watch our new videos featuring Wisconsin teens!
Presenter: Carissa Hoium, MPH, CPST, Motor Vehicle Safety Coordinator at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin
Using Quality Improvement in Teen Driver Safety
Learn how Wisconsin utilized the Child Safety CoIIN to inform, support and accelerate their efforts to improve Teen Driver Safety over the last 3 years.
Presenter: Jenny Stern-Carusone, Associate Director at Children’s Safety Network
Engaging Youth in Advocacy
Hear from youth presenters as they reflect on their own advocacy experiences as well as key motivations and tips for engaging youth in advocacy at all levels.
Presenters: Amy Olejniczak, MS MPH, PATCH Program Director; Macy Edelen, Age 12, PATCH Youth Advocate from Milwaukee WI; Nick Livermore, Age 15, PATCH Youth Advocate from Appleton, WI; Syerah Mulhern Allred, Age 17, PATCH Youth Advocate from Bayfield WI