While we’re known for wearing a lot of Patagonia, we couldn’t be more thrilled to be featured in French Vogue this month! The French word solidarité is synonymous with the American idea of Community Service and also evokes the idea of standing together. We’re honored to be highlighted as an ideal choice for students with a common interest in service to come together for their summer in some of the most amazing corners of the globe and accomplish their goal, whether that be restoring native plant species Kauai, Hawaii or building a school building in Namibia.
To read the piece, click here. You’ll want to dust off your high school French-English dictionary. We did!
Over two decades ago when Donna and Jim Stein started The Road Less Traveled they were new parents and pioneers of an adventure travel program. They wanted to create a one-of-a-kind life changing experience for youth that would transform people ‘s lives around the world. Donna’s love of the outdoors began while growing up in Detroit, Michigan. At an early age, during the turbulent ‘60’s, Donna escaped the hot summers of the city and found respite in the north woods of Michigan, where she discovered independence and solace in the outdoors. Donna gained extensive business experience in corporations and non-profit organizations. She manages all development, operations, marketing, and upholds the rigorous standards that support the mission, training, and policies of RLT.View all posts by this author
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