Three more classrooms go up in Fuentes del Valle
The western border between the U.S. and Mexico extends into the Pacific Ocean
The Border Education Project, along with several other nonprofits including Project Mercy and International Relief Teams, are building a school in Fuentes del Valle, a Colonia in eastern Tijuana, located about halfway between Otay and Tecate. Most of the residents are migrants from central Mexico who come to the border area for the higher paying jobs. The schools in the surrounding areas are full and can’t accept more students. As a result, about seventy children in Fuentes del Valle cannot and do not attend school. This is a situation that can’t be allowed to continue so your help is desperately needed. DONATE

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We are a 501c(3) nonprofit made up of educators dedicated to building an empowering worldview by providing a 21st century education to K-12 students on both sides of the U.S.-Mexican Border. We are working to restore the balance between man and machine by teaching students how to be users and consumers of technology, teaching technical skills, giving students the ability to assess the impacts of technology, to understand issues in a technological society, and to expose students to the wide range of career opportunities as technology workers.

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BEP graduates it's first paid interns!

BEP's first graduates of it's Paid Internship Program. From left; Ricardo Flores, Cezar Lopez, Briana Montalvo and Tony Rodriguez. They completed the Regenerative Farming Class at Wild Willow Farm and Education Center in San Diego, California.