Post by am
04 Jul 2016

How Stroll Guam is helping the Island’s youth earn their higher education.


When Stroll Guam was founded, there was much more to the start-up than creating an alternative mode of transport, as discussed in our previous blog.

Founder Amit Sachdev wanted to give something back to this community. That’s why he’s teamed up with the University of Guam and Guam Community College to provide its students with the opportunity to earn money that can go directly into paying for their education.

All the students need to drive for Stroll Guam is to meet the following criteria:

  • Be 21 or older
  • Hold a valid driving license
  • Own a car built after 2005
  • Be enrolled at either the University of Guam or Guam Community College


The great thing about this initiative is that it allows students to earn money in their free time. There’s no need to stick to schedules, swap shifts or ask bosses for time off during intense periods of study – students can simply drive when they’re free.

With GPS tracking, both drivers and customers can travel safely knowing they’re always able to reach a helpline. Stroll drivers also decide if they want to accept a journey or not, meaning you’ll always be in control of who gets in your car.

You can also decide just how much of the earnings made from driving from Stroll Guam go into your education, meaning students can still earn money to go towards other expenses.


If you’re interested in learning more about Stroll Guam’s Drive for Education scheme, click here to find out how to sign-up to become a Stroll driver and what it takes to start earning for you education.