We provide the Experience; You supply the Knowledge.

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Backed by industry and academia, the Baja SAE Series aims to provide real world experience to young engineers bridging the gap as they enter the workforce. As in real work environments, student engineers work together as a team to discover and resolve technical challenges in vehicle design, testing, and manufacturing. The most rugged of all the SAE Collegiate Design Series competitions, Baja SAE competition challenges engineering students to design and build an off-road vehicle that will survive the severe punishment of rough terrain. Each team's goal is to design and build a prototype of an all-weather, rugged, single-seat, off-road recreational vehicle ready to compete not just on track but in design and business events judged by industry.

As a Baja SAE Volunteer, your time and talent will add value to our competition. Come enjoy everything the competition has to offer by helping the teams (thousands of students) directly.

For the 2022 competition season, Baja SAE looks forward to returning to hosting three competitions. This year will host two competitions in the spring and one in the fall.
Business presentation will continue to operate in virtual landscape.

To View Volunteer Descriptions click here

Volunteer Sign up- Instructional Video Guidance

Where to Volunteer?

Virtual Business Presentation

Hosted virtually
April 6, 2023
Event completed

Baja SAE Oshkosh

SunnyView Expo Center
500 E County Road Y
Oshkosh, WI 54901
May 4 - 7, 2023
Event Completed

Baja SAE Oregon

Washougal MX Park LLC
40205 NE Borin Rd
Washougal, WA 98671
May 31 - June 3, 2023
Event Completed

Baja SAE Ohio

Briar Cliff MX
4307 Briarcliff Rd
Nashport, OH 43830
September 6 -10, 2023
Volunteer SignUps Now Open

Note: Student competitors should NOT use these links to volunteer for endurance day recovery crew!

Code of Conduct

All SAE Volunteers are expected to uphold the highest standards for professional conduct while volunteering for an SAE Program. Volunteers must treat all participants with courtesy, respect, and dignity. Volunteers are responsible for modeling professional conduct and for cultivating a respectful and inclusive program.

To foster a just and safe community unprofessional behavior, including that which is intimidating, threatening, violent, inappropriate, illegal, or dishonest, will be addressed by promoting accountability and following up with any actions necessary. Unprofessional behavior may result in the removal of volunteers from the program indefinitely.