"As someone who comes from decent means, it's frustrating to see that the "American Dream” isn’t attainable for the vast majority of Americans, in particularly ‘incoming’ Americans. There is an entire generation of leaders that think that your work history and ability to produce economic output defines your value as a human being and as an American. I don’t believe that’s the way that most of my Millennial peers see it. We dream of an America where your zip code doesn’t define your success, where your background doesn’t define your success, or where the system isn’t rigged against those that are starting at the bottom. None of that will change until we have a change in generational leadership.” - Matt Ribel, Fourth Generation Jewish American [submitted by: Zion Kidd]
Road Scholar has forever changed my expectation for travel, especially group travel. Our group needs were met but our individual needs were also met. The organization of the adventure, the intimate knowledge of the areas, the knowledge and passion of our group leader all brought value to the trip that far exceeded its actual cost. -Jennifer from Delmar, NY.