Who is the creator of the Road Scholar?

Who is the creator of the Road Scholar?

Road Scholar educational adventures are created by Elderhostel, the not-for-profit world leader in educational travel since 1975. Hold on, we’re getting that for you… Unfortunately, the web browser you are using is not compatible with the Road Scholar website and you will not be able to enroll in a program on our site.

How to enroll in the Road Scholar Program?

Unfortunately, the web browser you are using is not compatible with the Road Scholar website and you will not be able to enroll in a program on our site. To enroll, please call (800) 454-5768, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. ET. Thank You! Thanks for signing up to receive emails from us!

How many Road Scholars are there in the world?

The breadth and depth of our offerings is unsurpassed. Road Scholar is proud to offer 5,500 learning adventures in 150 countries and all 50 states, serving more than 100,000 participants per year. At any given time, 2,000 Road Scholars are experiencing the world on our learning adventures. We welcome you to join them.

How to unsubscribe to the Road Scholar newsletter?

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How many houses are there in Somerleyton Road?

As part of a collaborative project Mæ created the extra-care housing scheme that allows independent living, with care support as required, for people aged over 55. The extra-care building contains 65 homes with a mix of one and two bedroom flats.

Where to find community consultation on Somerleyton Road?

About Social Life Social Life is a social enterprise set up by the Young Foundation in 2012 to take forward work on placemaking and innovation. We work in the UK and internationally. Go to for more information. 4 4 Community consultation on the future of Somerleyton Road Table of contents

Why is Road Scholar a not for profit company?

Road Scholar is not a traditional travel company. We’re a not-for-profit organization —and we have been ever since our founding in 1975. That not-for-profit status means we can put learning first in our decision-making. It allows us to keep costs low and to offer valuable programs that aren’t driven by revenue.

Who is responsible for taking pictures for Road Scholar?

Photography: Road Scholar reserves the right to take photographs or videos during the operation of any program or part thereof and to use them, whether taken by a representative of Road Scholar or by other participants, for promotional purposes.

Is the Green Road Academy a good school?

Green road academy is a great academy with excellent teachers, high quality classes and small groups of students. I graduated from GRA and stilI miss their super warm and friendly atmosphere. I loved it. Firstly, it was my pleasure to be part of the Green Road Accademy family.

Where is the best place to travel as a road scholar?

With a quick flight from the U.S. and lots of outdoor features to learn about — from glaciers to geysers — Iceland is the perfect place to celebrate your re-entry into the world. Know someone who loves learning and adventure? Tell them about us and we’ll enter you both into our monthly raffle for a Road Scholar gift certificate.