Master Roads Scholars
Road Scholar awarding has been placed on hold during COVID. Your training efforts continue to be calculated but certificates and awards will not be delivered until we can return to in-person training. Also note that we will be restructuring the Roads Scholar and Master Roads Scholar awards program this year. More information will be shared as it becomes available.
What is a Master Roads Scholar?
In addition to the regular Roads Scholar award, we offer a MASTER ROADS SCHOLAR requiring the completion of 22 courses attended after July, 1995.
As with the basic Roads Scholar program, all submitted workshops must be full-day workshops versus mini-workshops. Other workshops which we co-sponsor will be evaluated individually to determine if they will count toward the 22 courses. The workshop flyer will inform you if credit will be given. All courses attended after July 1, 1995 will be valid, including those used toward a Baystate Roads Scholar certificate. Presentation of the award and an appropriate gift, along with an article of recognition in M3 Quarterly, will bring your achievement to everyone's attention. See the list of Master Roads Scholars.
What is a Roads Scholar?
A Roads Scholar has completed 7 Baystate Roads Workshops.
These MUST be Baystate Roads Program full-day workshops. Mini-workshops, although informative, will not count towards the Roads Scholar status. Other workshops which we co-sponsor will be evaluated individually to determine if they will count toward the 7. The workshop flyer will inform you if credit will be given. All courses attended after July 1, 1995 are valid.
Upon completion of the seven workshops, you will be presented with the following:
- Framed Baystate Roads Scholar certificate
- Baystate Roads Scholar T-Shirt
- Letter of recognition to your town or city
You may be asked to confirm class participation by mailing/faxing a copy of your certificates. See the list of Roads Scholars.