Educational Resources for Teachers and Parents

Help students build courage and confidence—even in moments of uncertainty

At Roadtrip Nation, our mission is to help everyone find their road in life. Right now, the landscape out there is challenging, but we're still here to help and support our community in any way possible.
As we dive into new ways of learning and working online together, we’ve gathered a collection of resources we believe will be helpful for everyone in this time of transition. Whether you're an educator, a parent working from home, a student, or a professional navigating this new landscape, these tools and resources can be used to help anyone continue to explore and grow.
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Documentaries

All of our documentaries and past seasons of our public television series are available to stream for free. We've also created viewing guides to help you and your students dive into this content together.

Interview Archive

Interview Archive

Thousands of video interviews with people discussing their lives, career paths, and the lessons learned along the way. Students can pick out their interests and easily discover videos—and career paths—aligned to the things they like.

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Roadtrip Nation on Youtube

Watch some of our favorite interviews and hear how people in all kinds of careers found the courage to pursue their dreams. New videos every Tuesday!

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PBS LearningMedia

A collection of our resources, including documentaries, viewing guides, and our Roadmap tool, which matches students to potential career paths. Ideal for students in grades 5-12+. You can also download the PBS Video app for iOS and Android.

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Roadtrip Nation on Public Television

Check your local listings to find showtimes for Roadtrip Nation. You can search by your state or zip code.

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Roadmap Podcast

A new way to share all of the guidance and wisdom we’ve found on the road. Each episode unpacks life and career lessons from a powerful interview. Listen now on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, and SoundCloud.

How can we help?

We’re more committed than ever to providing stories of courage and hope that help people define their own roads in life, and we want to hear how we can best support you during this time. Please feel free to reach out by emailing us at info@roadtripnation.org if you have questions or feedback, or if we can help in any way.