As a non-profit organization, Roadtrip Nation shares stories that humanize the career exploration experience and empower individuals to connect their interests to fulfilling careers. We’re one part media production, one part career education platform, and 100 percent mission-driven.
We seek out inspiring individuals who’ve built lives around what they love, then share their stories in award-winning documentaries on public television and an online archive featuring thousands of conversations about struggle and success. Along the way, we help learners of all ages navigate the career journey, with career-discovery resources, live events, and our New York Times best-selling career guide, Roadmap.
Whether they start with no idea where they’re going, or just need actionable steps to reach their goals, we help learners get to a place that’s right for them.
We took our first road trip in 2001, driven by the question of how to build a life doing what you love. More than 50 road trips later, we continue to be driven by one mission: to create a movement of people empowered to define their own roads in life.
There are a million reasons to choose community college—its affordability, its convenience, its access for all. Yet, despite all of these benefits, several stigmas about community college continue to stick.
Pete Wheelen, CEO of InsideTrack and Executive Chairman of Roadtrip Nation, shares his insight on the three most essential steps colleges and universities can take to build trust with their external partners.
An Early History of Strada Education Network 2014-17
Keakealanai shared five key takeaways from her quest to connect her passions with career opportunities in her community
Fifty-one percent of U.S. adults say they would study a different major in college, choose a different institution, or select a different degree program if they could go back and do it again, according to Carlo Salerno, vice president of Data Analytics for Strada Education NetworkSM.
One of the students leaving today on “Roadtrip Indiana” says she expects an “awakening” of what Indiana is about. Purdue University senior Shannon Newerth is joining two other Indiana students on a two-week RV trip throughout the state to take part in career exploration and work-based learning opportunities.
One of the students leaving today on “Roadtrip Indiana” says she expects an “awakening” of what Indiana is about. Purdue University senior Shannon Newerth is joining two other Indiana students on a two-week RV trip throughout the state to take part in career exploration and work-based learning opportunities. The trip, organized in part by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education and several private partners, will be the subject of an upcoming public television documentary.
INDIANAPOLIS — Higher Education Commissioner Teresa Lubbers recently announced a new initiative, “Roadtrip Indiana,” that aims to help Hoosier students make more informed decisions about their futures through intentional career exploration and direct engagement with employers across the state.
TPT Global Tech, Inc. (OTCQB: TPTW) announced today it has completed its $1.75M Asset acquisition of SpeedConnect LLC (“SpeedConnect”) and the assumption of certain liabilities. The Asset Purchase Agreement required a deposit of $500,000, paid as part of entering into the Asset Purchase Agreement and an additional $500,000 paid at closing.
Over the next two months, it will be commencement season across the United States. From high schools to community colleges and four-year universities, students will be encouraged with hopeful speeches and congratulated for their hard work and determination.
During a panel discussion from the 2017 SXSWedu Conference, Arizona State University officials describe how partnerships advance their students’ career readiness.
How might we better prepare all learners for the needs of tomorrow by reimagining higher education?
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