2018 Trip Blogs

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The Power of Minga, Community Gathering, in Ecuador

Glimpsers and members of the Guaranda community proudly unveil their newly painted school that truly reflects the vibrancy of Ecuadorian culture. In partnership with local organizations and leaders, students gained a stronger sense of social responsibility and are equipped to better understand the complexities of service projects in a developing country. ... READ MORE

Recent Posts

B1B Return Trip Information

Hello Family and Friends of B1B Glimpsers, We know you’re excited to see your Glimpsers after these two weeks, so below is the flight information and reminders for when and where to pick them up from the airport. Students will arrive at SFO airport at 12:48 AM (midnight between Wednesday 7/11 and Thursday 7/12) on Thursday 6/12 on... READ MORE

Living Like A Local

¡Hola! Sorry for the late update! We were very tired, but we are all well rested now and had a great day you can read about in the next post. Yesterday was Living Like A Local Day! To have a genuine experience, starting the night before, all electricity and running water was turned off. Therefore, students had to collect water in buckets for... READ MORE

Day 9: Deconstructing Poverty

Today we all started the day bright and early by having the first wake up call at 6:30. Our host Dilenia made us a delicious breakfast (eggs with mixed vegetables and peppers, toast with strawberry jam, and hot chocolate) at 7am . Afterwards we had our mental warm up at 8:20 to prepare us for our following activity, visiting the local landfill.... READ MORE

Hey there Everyone!

Hey Folks! My name is Colin Malcolm and I am STOKED to be one of your chaperones on the Constanza, DR trip leaving on July 22nd. After growing up in Union City, CA and attending James Logan high school, I decided the best way to give back to my home town was to become a teacher at the same school. I am a biology teacher and the Activities... READ MORE

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