Working at Roadtrip Nation

Working at Roadtrip Nation

Being a part of the Roadtrip Nation Movement from the inside is an incredible opportunity to cultivate your talents and passions with a team of remarkable individuals. Working here is a truly unique experience because the motivation behind every employee stems not from the desire to be noticed or promoted by a boss, nor the potential to make a lot of money for yourself, but because you wholeheartedly believe in what you are working for.

While everyone at Roadtrip Nation has official job titles, we all tend to wear a multitude of hats to fulfill our mission and spread the Movement, meaning no two days are alike, and any task that needs to get done is yours for the doing. Learning new things and discovering new abilities takes place in the office as much as on the road.

If the notion of working for a company that desires to inspire and actively asks for your opinion on matters as large as how to continue to evolve the Movement and as small as the best way to recycle our recyclables, send us an email at

Current Opportunities

Sr. Administrative Assistant Status: Open

Posted on: January 14, 2015


Roadtrip Nation seeks a detail-oriented and personable Sr. Administrative Assistant to provide support to our three Founders.

Social Media Intern Status: Open

Posted on: December 16, 2014


Roadtrip Nation seeks an energetic, creative, and detail-orientated Social Media Intern to create meaningful work in a collaborative environment.

Brand Ambassador Status: Open

Posted on: December 09, 2014


We are looking for Student Reps (or as we like to call them, “Roadies”) to hit the road with us this spring and travel the country on a high school tour that will spread the Roadtrip Nation message to students far and wide. 

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Meet the Staff

Molly Stelovich

Office Manager

Alex Wilson

Part-Time Production Assistant

Annie Mais

Education Director


Kevin Yamada

Front End Web Developer

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