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Project California

Project California

Choose one of the following Community Service Programs:

Volunteer with Children
Protect the Environment
Volunteer at Unity Shoppe
Volunteer at Kids Cooking Camp
Group Size
The Project California summer community service programs accommodate up to 40 participants, which fosters expanded social interactions and friendships within the group during evening activities and weekend excursions. Depending on the specific site, each service project will consist of 5-15 participants. This enables our teenagers to benefit from small group and one-on-one interaction at the service project.
Accommodations
During the week, the University of California Santa Barbara is our home away from home. Our dorm features an incredible array of facilities, including an Olympic-size swimming pool, computer room, recreation room with pool tables and ping pong tables, floor lounges with sofas and cable television, linen service, and laundry room.
Meals
During the week, the group will eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner in Portola Dining Commons, the dormitory dining hall. Portola is cafeteria-style, consisting of various stations with plenty of choices at each meal for all types of diets. Enjoy everything from made-to-order omelets to lasagna to delicious desserts. While traveling on weekends, breakfast and dinner are provided at our hotels and in various local restaurants.
Staff
Our summer community service staff members are teachers and graduate students who are committed to Project California’s ideals of volunteering and giving back to the global community. Rein Community Service staff members are always present at each service site. All staff members attend our professional training workshops where the emphasis is placed on the safety and well being of our teenage volunteers. Program leaders are trained in Basic First Aid and CPR.
Transportation
Rein Project California Community Service uses professionally driven buses and vans to transfer our participants to their various projects, activities and weekend excursions. There is no additional fee for transporting participants to and from the airport on arrival in California and departure from California.
Communication
The Rein Communication Center is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week throughout the program. Teenagers are permitted to bring cell phones and our free wifi is available throughout our dormitory.

Grand Adventure

Grand Adventure is one of Rein Teen Tours most spectacular summer teen tours. Your tour starts in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with stops in Denver, the Black Hills of South Dakota, Badlands National Park, Mt. Rushmore, Yellowstone National Park and the old western town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Your summer teen tour continues as we head to our neighbors in the North. Your Canadian Adventure includes natural hot springs, canoeing on Lake Louise, zipline canopy adventure in Whistler, and an unforgettable tour of the Athabasca Glacier in Jasper National Park.

After exploring the gem of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle, we’ll jet to Utah. The beautiful Southwest unfolds before your eyes as our Grand Adventure teen tour journeys into Bryce Canyon National Park. We’ll walk along the rim of the Grand Canyon and then navigate the Broken Arrow Trail on our Pink Jeep Off-Road Adventure in Sedona, Arizona. Next it’s the bright lights and excitement of Las Vegas.

Next, Rein Teen Tour travelers head to Sunny California for more fabulous teen tour adventure. Stay at our spectacular resort in San Diego, where we enjoy professional surfing lessons and visit the world-famous San Diego Zoo. When your teen tour hits Los Angeles, we’ll checkout all Los Angeles has to offer before visiting Universal Studios and Disneyland. Teenagers enjoy action-packed days water-skiing and tubing on Lake Tahoe and sightseeing in San Francisco. Teenagers spend three exciting days exploring the city by the bay before traveling home with your new teen tour friends and summer memories from the experience of a lifetime.