Updated: Nov 6, 2018
Josh Castro | News Editor
Without the right guidance, university life can be a frustrating experience. Not all of us have the intrinsic ability to know from an early age what passions will drive us in life, and figuring it out can seem like more of a burden than school itself. For three lucky students, that journey just got a whole lot easier, thanks to the help of Road Trip Nation.
For over 15 years, the great folks at RTN have crisscrossed the globe, connecting “lost” college kids with professionals in a wide range of careers, from professional snowboarders to lawyers, from mountaineers to CEO's, all in an effort to help the next generations map out their own roadmap for life.
ODU students Chase Hewett (Senior, Civil Engineering) Mikalah Lake (Senior, Women's Studies) and Stephanie Rochelle (Freshman, Marketing) are the students chosen from Old Dominion University to take part in the 10 day roadtrip that will connect them with successful graduates from across the country.
Old Dominion University was one of four schools chosen to participate in this latest venture, which will be filmed as part of a docu-series.