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How to Become a Volunteer?

We welcome everyone to help out one day or all 5 days. There is are position to fit your schedule, skills and passions.  Search below for volunteer opportunities.

  • Camp Logistic: Rachel Lawrence-Pack
  • Transportation: John Pack
  • Photographer: 
  • Food Service: Tony Azbel

Camp Logistics Team: managing the daily workings of camp each day.

Medical Volunteers (open): Looking for doctors, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered or licensed nurses, emergency medical technicians (basic and paramedic),
- Massage Therapist
- Acupuncturist
To provide care to the walkers during their challenge. All medical volunteers are required to provide proof of 1st Aid and CPR or other certifications.

Hospitality Check-In/Out: Making sure to log each Baja Walker as she or he enters and leaves the camp. Provide basic info, direct to camp - food - shower areas.

Gear Retrieval: Managing all walkers gear.

Drivers (4 people): Providing transportation for gear, water, etc. to camp.

Watering Hole Teams (3 teams of 2): Leapfrog every 5 miles providing fruit and water. Each Watering hole will be a Stagecoach stop

Food Service Team: Helping with the food food preparation of meals.

Interpreters (open): Volunteer to provide interpretation to participants during the Baja Walk 100 - 5 day Challenge. Volunteers must be proficient in Spanish and English

Baja Walker Victory Area Volunteers
- Walker Finish Line w/ Awards Distribution
- Gear Retrieval
- Traffic and People Control

Closing Clean Up: These volunteers will assist the Baja Walk crew with event clean up; including all areas in the awards area.

In order to volunteer, you must be 18 years or older (some opportunities are open to those 10-17 years old with an adult. Please email us for more information at to register a minor). There is no fundraising requirement to volunteer, but any help would be WONDERFUL! Volunteer opportunities / positions are available on a first come, first served basis and must be approved by Baja Walk Crew.

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