This is a guest post from Road Less Traveled alumnus Whitney Hall.
I first found the Road Less Traveled (RLT) just a few months after moving back to the U.S. from Tanzania, where I had volunteered for one year in 2009 as an art teacher and caregiver for children between 6 and 18 years old.
On October 8th, Caroline Altman, a Pura Vida participant, represented The Road Less Traveled at a Student Service Learning (SSL) fair at the Hoover Middle School. From 6:30-8 PM, she was in charge of a colorful RLT booth, filled with display posters and catalogs. She answered questions from families and fellow students about
Amir Patel and Olivia Tan, both Chicago residents, participated in our Namaste community service program in India this summer. They were kind enough to share their stories with us and explain what their trip meant to them.
“Namaste has been my favorite RLT program so far,” said Olivia, a rising senior at the Francis
How do we know if we’ve met our goal of providing Life Changing Travel? What are clear indicators of another successful RLT Summer?
We have anecdotal evidence from our leaders. We read evaluations from our participants and the online surveys that parents fill out. These are helpful metrics.
When we receive feedback like what is written