Expedition:Baja (San Quintin, Baja California, Mexico)
StudentReach Expedition: Baja is more than a trip – its a hero’s journey. Whether you’re building a house for a single mom, working at our women and children’s shelter, serving at a youth camp for indigenous youth or facilitating volunteers, you will be changing lives. In one week you will:
- Travel 500 miles
- Make and strengthen life-long friendships
- Spend a lot of time at the beach
- Eat a lot of tacos
- CHANGE LIVES FOREVER
Expedition: Baja will challenge you, stretch you and wear you out – and you will remember that week for the rest of your life.
2020 Baja Schedule and Availability:
Dates are filling fast up so contact us soon if you’re interested!
Individuals (14 and up), families (any age with parent/guardian) and groups (providing group leaders) are welcome for scheduled dates until full. Groups can schedule custom dates upon inquiry.
ADELA – “This trip meant so much to me but I didn’t even realize that I would get something out of this trip too. It wasn’t only about learning about them or helping them out I learned things about myself also. I also learned to appreciate the little things I have that some people aren’t blessed to have and also the big things. It made me look at things in a whole new way, like what can I do to try and make a change in my own community or even just help someone out. I honestly can say I can’t wait till the next trip!!”
JOSH – “Well this trip was honestly one of my favorite things I’ve done in life, and afterward I didn’t want to come back. I was going through a bunch of things at home and stress from school, but going to Mexico helped me forget about all of that. It gave me a heart for helping other people and made me a much happier person. Going made me realize that even in a less privileged home, we have so much compared to others in the world.”
CHRIS – We built the house in a few days. We built an outhouse for them in the side of the house and put a water tank on the roof. The day we gave the family the keys was the day I realized what we had done for this family. The mother couldn’t stop crying of joy she looked in disbelief as she stepped in the house for the first time. I was proud I made a difference in someone’s life, I had never done that before. It was an amazing feeling, a feeling of accomplishment, of pride, of joy to give to others.