General Welfare First Time Driver’s Education Assistance Program
The Delaware Nation General Welfare First Time Driver’s Education Assistance Program is
pleased to offer, enrolled Delaware Nation tribal citizens ages 15-19, an opportunity to
receive assistance with the cost of an accredited Driver’s Education course. Applicants may
receive a one-time assistance up to $500 towards the cost of classes.

• The student/parent is responsible for completing and submitting the application and supportive
documents to this office.
• The student is responsible for scheduling and completing the driver’s education courses and
• Please allow 10-14 days for processing. Once a check is received it will be mailed to the
vendor with a copy of the submitted invoice. The tribal citizen can request the check be
mailed directly to them if payment in hand is required at the time of services.
Reimbursement for an accredited online course is available with a paid receipt and
itemized invoice dated after October 1, 2023. It is the parent/student’s responsibility to
verify if the online course is accredited before payment.

Deadlines: None

• Must be an enrolled Delaware Nation citizen age 15-19
• Must be a first-time driver and not yet received state learner’s permit or driver’s license
• Must participate in an accredited driver’s education course

If you fail to secure the documents listed below your application will be placed on pending status.
Completed and signed application (applicants 18 and over must sign the application)
Delaware Nation enrollment card
Invoice for accredited driver’s education course (any charges exceeding $500 will be the responsibility of
the tribal citizen)
If applying for reimbursement, a paid receipt and itemized invoice dated October 1, 2023 or later
Applications may be submitted to, by mail, fax or in-person at the
Delaware Nation complex.

Service Areas: Nationwide
Funded By: RAP Funds