Here at RLT HQ we are constantly looking at maps. We use them to plan our backcountry routes, mark where our leaders need to drive to their next activity and, very practically, where the nearest hospital is. We need maps to make sense of our programs and how to make them flow as smoothly as
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
At least once a year, we drive from Chicago to Monument to meet in Colorado for an irreplaceable two weeks of staff training. Flying would be a lot quicker, and probably even less expensive. However, we prefer to spend time in the “wide-open spaces” that lie between the two states.
As we pass though the
“Becoming a leader – Working as a team, spotting, encouragement, standing proud. I was told I was something, but I didn’t quite believe it until this trip. Thank you.” -Lura
Offering scholarships to financially disadvantaged students is something The Road Less Traveled has been committed to since our inception. Each year a minimum of 10% of our