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in an undergraduate program at UNBC.

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We created a Financial Award with UNBC!

The award is available for past and current PG Driving For Life Students who are enrolled in an undergraduate program at UNBC. One award of $500 will be given per UNBC Awards Competition based on the following eligibility:

Available to a full-time undergraduate student in satisfactory academic standing. Applicants must be past or present students of the PG Driving For Life Academy who have completed 6 or more lessons. If you’re interested and fit the criteria, please email D4L(at)shaw(dot)ca for a letter confirming your eligibility (it will need to be submitted with your application).

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Check http://www.unbc.ca/financial-aid for updated information on when the award applications open!

Voted Prince George’s #1 Driver Training Facility!

Nominated for Service Excellence two years in a row!

The Service Excellence Category recognizes businesses that have consistently provided outstanding customer service.

Supporting Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation

“Giving is the Difference, that makes the Difference”

A portion of your driving lesson dollars help to support an annual donation to the Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation. We are proud to donate to such a wonderful entity within our community, and are pleased to provide donations that focus on the P.A.R.T.Y Program, which is intended to educate youth, aged 16+, about the possible outcomes of engaging in risky or dangerous behavior.