A California driver education program aimed at helping drivers get a better job is getting underway, with an estimated $2.4 million raised in a pilot program in Fresno.

The Fresno Driver Education Program (FDP) is a pilot project for the state of California and is led by the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

The DMV plans to offer the program to all drivers and is aiming to get up to 300 participants into the program by 2019.

The program offers a number of different training options for the first-time drivers and drivers who have passed background checks.

The state program is being run by the Fresno Regional Development Authority (FRDA), which is a division of the state Department of Transportation (DOT).

It has a pilot grant of $1 million and is expected to launch the program in 2019.

The Fresno Regional Economic Development Corporation (FREDC), which oversees the program, is also part of the program.

The DMV has partnered with several other state and local agencies to help fund the program and provide transportation for the students.

“We are excited about this partnership,” said Diane Kallstrom, acting deputy director of the DMV.

“This is a great opportunity for Fresno to bring driver education to its communities.”

The FDP is part of a state initiative to give drivers a better chance at finding a job.

It provides drivers with a variety of training, from online classes to driving school.

The federal government has funded some of the driver education programs, such as the National Driver Education and Training Act (NDETTA) in the U.S. states of Idaho, Montana, and Washington.

The NDETTA program was created in 2014 to give federal law enforcement agencies more resources to better train their law enforcement officers.

The FPD hopes that its pilot program will serve as a model for other states to follow.

“There are a lot of other things that the state could do,” said FREDC executive director Kevin Feltman.

“We’re looking forward to working with other partners to expand this program, which will be a great first step in improving the lives of our communities.”FEDC has been working with the DMV since 2012 to create driver education courses for state and municipal employees and is planning to launch a statewide pilot program by the end of the year.

It also plans to launch an online driver education course later this year for Fresno public school students.

The statewide pilot project will be led by FREDc and will be funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the DOT, and the Fresno Community Development Corporation.