“Boring” and “Summer” Don’t Go Together.
When I think about my own summers as a teenager, my memory is flooded with the smell of sweat and fingers made sticky from melting ice pops, the heat of sunshine on my skin, and the exhilarating feeling of trying something new (a mixed bag of inspiration, motivation and nervousness,
Traveling away from home, no matter how far, can be life changing for anyone. When we push ourselves beyond what we know, we learn to think critically in new ways. We become comfortable with the inevitable experience of uncertainty, and we are exposed to excitement, joy and adventure. Most importantly, however, travel opportunities like the
Middle and high school students around the country are preparing themselves to embark on a life-changing journey with The Road Less Traveled, but what about the rest of us?
We know that family members and friends alike will want to stay connected with The RLT participants on their respective trips. Our participants turn in their
As overwhelming and potentially frustrating packing for a long service-oriented or adventure based trip can seem, getting your student ready to leave can be very simple (and sometimes fun!) The key is organization, logical thinking, and getting started as soon as possible. Here are a few things you can do to make the entire process