By Ellen Fike, Cowboy State Daily
The makers of a documentary about a road trip across Wyoming are looking for some Wyoming students to make the trip.
Roadtrip Nation, an online educational documentary series and company, will send Wyoming students out in a green RV to “talk to their heroes, job crushes and anyone who’s generally doing awesome stuff.”
Their experiences will be filmed and turned into a documentary to “inspire people to pursue their interests.”
Topics explored during the Wyoming road trip and documentary will include health care, manufacturing, outdoor recreation, technology and more.
Applications are due by Oct. 4 and the road trip won’t kick off until April, but the schedule might shift due to the coronavirus pandemic. Applicants must be 18-24, but can be in high school, a recent high school graduate or a post-secondary student.
The documentaries are aired on the Roadtrip Nation website and the Wyoming one will likely debut sometime next fall.
Other college road trips have included students from Georgia, California and Texas.
All travel expenses, plus a daily food stipend, are provided by Roadtrip Nation.