One of the great things about being Ambassadors is that we get to relive our adventures with other people.
Rick and Sheila Nelson of Burlington, Wash.
Since 1975, our best form of advertising has always been our
participants telling their friends about our programs, and our Ambassadors lead
the way by making over 600 presentations to community groups reaching thousands
of newcomers to Road Scholar each year. In the past 10 years our Ambassadors
have made more than 5,000 presentations to more than 125,000 people.
In addition to making presentations about Road Scholar experiences
to local groups libraries, retirement communities, affinity groups, etc.
Ambassadors also act as a liaison in their communities to field media requests,
staff fairs and conferences, and volunteer on our Day of Discovery
Please join our team and help share our lifelong learning
mission with adults in your community.
What does it take to become an Ambassador?
There are only three requirements to become an Ambassador.
Participation in five or more Road Scholar
programs by the time you apply.
A desire to share information about your Road Scholar
adventures with your friends and neighbors.
Enthusiasm and dedication to the Road Scholar mission of
promoting lifelong learning.
Learn more about what being an Ambassador involves.