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Activities

Activities

Help empower your peers and make your community safer.

The following traffic safety activities are based on behavior change and traffic safety research, as well as North Carolina best practices across the state. Complete activities to receive points toward recognition and prizes. Have an idea that isn’t listed? Email us at ncvisionzero@ncsu.edu.

Host an Operation Lifesaver presentation

200

Points

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Points: 200

Write a short description of the Visionaries program at your school. Include at least one picture of the group, a short description of upcoming activities, and quotes from members about why they participate.

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Host a Vision Zero presentation at your school

50

Points

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Points: 50

Write a short description of the Visionaries program at your school. Include at least one picture of the group, a short description of upcoming activities, and quotes from members about why they participate.

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Host a MADD Presentation

200

Points

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Points: 200

Write a short description of the Visionaries program at your school. Include at least one picture of the group, a short description of upcoming activities, and quotes from members about why they participate.

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Host an Operation Lifesaver presentation

200

Points

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Points: 200

Write a short description of the Visionaries program at your school. Include at least one picture of the group, a short description of upcoming activities, and quotes from members about why they participate.

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Awards

Bronze Award

1000Points

Bronze groups will be featured on the NC Vision Zero website.

Silver Award

2000Points

Silver groups will get a picture feature and write-up on the NC Vision Zero website.

Gold Award

3000Points

Gold groups will be featured on NC Vision Zero blog and will have a story written on them, which will be sent to a local paper.

Platinum Award

5000Points

Platinum groups will receive a plaque to display in school, will be featured on NC Vision Zero blog and will have a story written on them, which will be sent to a local paper.

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