How can you help make Long Island safer
for pedestrians and foot traffic?
That's what we asked students who entered our 2020
Pedestrian Education Poster Scholarship Contest.
Check out this year's winning posters!
Nassau County Winner: Kayla Huang
Herricks High School
Suffolk County Winner: Ryan Nelsen
Eastport South Manor Jr.-Sr. High School
Posters were judged based on the submission's ability to communicate educational messages to Long Island pedestrians, as well as engage and connect with viewers from varied audience profiles. Winners were selected based on their submitted poster as well as their answer to the question,"Why is it important to educate Long Islanders about pedestrian and traffic safety?"
For questions, contact the Long Island Health Collaborative
at 631-257-6957 or firstname.lastname@example.org.