The FDOT Safety Office, along with our wonderful partners, presented the Florida Teen Safe Driving Coalition’s fourth annual Leadership Academy. Teens from all over the state learned how to educate their peers and community leaders on safe driving issues.
Students from all over the North Florida region took part in various hands-on activities this week that taught them more about the opportunities available to them in the transportation industry.
Starkey Elementary School in Pinellas County requested to have a District Seven Florida Department of Transportation bridge engineer talk to their S.T.E.M. program (about 30 4th and 5th graders) about bridges.
FDOT, through the Southeastern Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (SASHTO), is pleased to announce the 2016 SASHTO Scholarship program. The following video explains how students of FDOT employees may submit a SASHTO Scholarship video essay.
The Florida Scenic Highways Program encourages local communities to preserve, maintain, protect and enhance their outstanding cultural, historical, archaeological, recreational, natural, and scenic resources.
This year’s event was a great success as the children learned not only how their parents contribute to FDOT, but also how the state transportation system is designed, maintained, and coordinated.
This video explains how students of FDOT employees may submit a SASHTO Scholarship video essay in efforts of earning one of 26 available scholarships totaling $17,000.
The SASHTO Scholarship program provides financial assistance to the student dependents of FDOT employees and recognizes the achievements of these students.
As we begin the New Year, I would like to thank all of Florida’s dedicated public servants who have made it their mission to serve our great state.
As I travel the state, families tell me over and over that they care about three things: getting a great job, a quality education, and keeping the cost of living low- and with the help of our dedicated public servants, that’s what we have focused on.
The career fair allows prospective engineering students at UF to meet with those who have already secured careers in the industry. They answer questions about their particular field of study and explain what career paths are available at FDOT.