How are new camps born? The idea for a girls code camp in Oaxaca started a year ago but came to fruition this August and exceeded all of our expectations. Jay talks through how he went from the seed of an idea to transformative results.
Our tour with nonprofit En Vía opened a window into women’s and girls’ empowerment in Oaxaca. In this post our girls tell their stories and share the experience through their eyes.
All I had to do was to bring up our “challenges” and the girls would start jockeying for attention. This is how to break out of kids comfort zones.
If you are ever asked to help build a human pyramid in the middle of Oaxaca’s oldest plaza – definitely say “yes!”
It makes sense that first experiences are so memorable, but trips are like chips. The first one is a-ma-zing. And you spend the rest of the bag trying to get that salty mouth-rush back.