Welcoming Scholarship Recipients to Class

April 3, 2022, Landover, Maryland

D. Robinson, April 3, 2022

Prince George’s County Council Chair, Calvin S. Hawkins II, and Council Member Rodney C. Streeter (District 7) joined with Linwood Nelson, owner of the Linnell Driving School, Theodore Wright III, Motivational Speaker and William C. Taylor, Founder/Executive Director of the Coalition for Public Safety Training in Schools, Inc. (CPSTS) to kick off the April 3, 2022, Driver Education class. The April 3rd class is conducted virtually as the result of continued COVID-19 protocols.

 

Sixty area high school students were selected to receive full scholarships to attend this 10 week, 30-hour training program. Those who successfully complete the program will be closer to completing the requirements to obtain a Provisional License issued by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA). A license can make all the difference between gainful employment and sustainable employment. Many of the students have come to recognize that personal vehicle ownership is not a requirement for lucrative employment; businesses such a Comcast, Verizon, Amazon, and the US Postal Service supply work vehicles to their employees.

 

Here's hoping the full class successfully completes this class!

COALITION FOR PUBLIC SAFETY TRAINING IN SCHOOLS, INC.

6316 OXON HILL ROAD, #815, OXON HILL, MARYLAND 20745 · PHONE: (240) 508-4203 · EMAIL: INFO@CPSTS.ORG

CPSTS is an Awardee Recipient of the Local Development Council Impact Grant - 2017, 2018, 2020 and 2021.

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