We know there’s a lot to keep track of when you’re dedicating your time to sharing your love of learning and travel with the community. To ensure your success as an Ambassador, we compiled all the resources you’ll need in one place. We encourage you to bookmark this page so you have it handy in the future!
Find everything you need to know about being a Road Scholar Ambassador with this handy guidebook. From Ambassador requirements to the presentation process to creating your own press releases, our Ambassador Guidebook has you covered.
Once you have the date, time and other details of an upcoming presentation or expo finalized, please complete this online form so we can collect all the details of your event. This helps us track the success of the program and allows us to automatically send you brochures two weeks before your event and apply your program credit after you've completed one.
Use this PowerPoint slideshow as a visual during your presentation. You can find bulleted talking points below each slide.
We will keep this slideshow up to date with the latest information about Road Scholar and our programs, so please be sure you're checking back for each presentation to be sure you're using the most up-to-date version of the slideshow.
Arrive at your presentation venue early to get the slideshow set up. You can bring your laptop computer to the presentation or save the slideshow on a portable drive to take with you. Or simply email this link to the even organizer to pull up for you from their computer on site.
Can I make changes to the PowerPoint? Yes, you can add slides with own photos from your trips to make it more personal. Or hide slides to make the presentation shorter if necessary. (The full version of the PowerPoint is about 30-45 minutes long.) Just can save the PowerPoint presentation from Google Drive to your computer by clicking on “File” and then “Download” and then “Microsoft PowerPoint.”
Offering virtual presentations on Zoom opens doors to reach people beyond your own communities! Do you have a sister in another state who's a member of a retired teacher association? A friend who has a hiking club on the other side of the country? Ask them if you can do a virtual presentation for their group! You can even research retirement communities, libraries and more outside your area and reachout to them. Road Scholar can supply you with a Zoom link for the presentation.
Keep up to date on the latest news from our Ambassador Program. Learn about new resources, read about how Road Scholar’s Ambassadors are making a difference and stay connected to the Ambassador Community.