The BorderLinks Board of Directors is in the middle of a 3-year effort to raise $100,000 – over and above BorderLinks' annual operating expenses. This important campaign, appropriately called the Leadership …Read more
Since 1987, BorderLinks has been facilitating delegations in the Arizona-Sonora region and beyond the border to Chiapas, the Copper Canyon, Chicago, and Santa Barbara. These immersion programs offer groups the …Read more
Looking for a way to engage your community around issues of immigration and the border? Our Community Workshops aim to provide educational dynamics and activities to groups who are either not …Read more
Learn more about the ways that BorderLinks practices sustainability in water use, energy use, and food production! BorderLinks' Sustainable Futures Program seeks to explore the complexities of our food system, …Read more
The Hogar de Esperanza y Paz (Home of Hope and Peace) is a community center located in the Bella Vista neighborhood of Nogales, Sonora on the Mexico-U.S. border. The goal …Read more
Delegations fill quickly and must be booked in advance in order to give enough preparation time. This is especially true for spring delegations. We encourage groups who are looking to …Read more
Are you an individual looking to join a group on a BorderLinks delegation? If your answer is yes, consider joining a Unitarian Universalist College of Social Justice delegation! There are upcoming …Read more
Ken Kennon: Inspiring Action By: Alex Devoid Rev. Ken Kennon is a retired minister of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and …Read more
Join BorderLinks on Sunday March 25, 2012 to celebrate Women on the Border and to kick-off our 25th Anniversary of providing educational excellence in the borderlands!
BorderLinks' Special Focus delegations travel to Chiapas, the Copper Canyon, and Mata Ortiz, in Mexico, and focus on issues of education, sustainability, detention, and indigenous concerns. Delegations are specially designed to offer unique opportunities for both returning participants who have previously engaged in a BorderLinks program and for first time participants looking for an alternative to the regular BorderLinks delegation experience.
Join BorderLinks on December 11, 2011 for a Salsa Dancing Social to benefit experiential education in the borderlands!
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with BorderLinks! We appreciate the time and talent that our many volunteers have donated to help BorderLinks further its mission.
There are a variety of projects here at BorderLinks that are specifically designed for short-term volunteers. Some of these projects include: cooking for delegation groups of 10-20 people, gardening tasks, education research projects, mailings, and translating/interpreting. Please first read over this list and determine whether your interests and talents meet our organization’s needs. Next, we ask that you fill out and submit an application form found at the bottom of this page.
If you have a specific skill that you believe would benefit the BorderLinks Tucson office, write a short proposal and attach it with your application. Based on the current needs of the organization, there may be a possibility to design a special internship or volunteer project! If you are a high school, university, or gradute student, we may be able to design a credit-bearing internship for you, depending on the requirements of your institution.
North Carolina Cooperative Extension, Arizona State University, Lake Forest, SOA Watch, Whitman College, Unitarian Universalist Association, Duke University (Duke Engage), Portland Jesuit High School, University of Denver, Social Action Summer Institute, St. Andrews UMC, Mennonite Church USA, Murray Hills Christian Church, Los Feliz UMC
To see the complete list of our delegations, click here.