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    Insight of GDAE Seattle 2016!

    October 5, 2016

    For 15 days, I was in the city of Seattle, Washington participating in the Transnational Law and Practice program at the University of Washington. The purpose of this program was intended to illustrate a group of more than 70 international students on the general operation of US law in many of its branches.

  • #ILiveWhereYouVacation

    April 13, 2015

    By Daniella Mera Troncoso I am a Dominican student who decided to go abroad to attend college and have a North American college experience.  However, during the summers I usually go back home to visit my family, get some sun, and intern at a company in order to keep growing professionally in my areas of… Read More

  • GDAE Transnational Law Program – Day 6

    November 24, 2014

    Saturday 25th Saturday the 25thturned out to be a fantastic day, full of color and splendor. As always, we started our day with a good breakfast. By 9:30 am, we left for Atlanta, Georgia with our professor and coordinator of the Dean Rusk Center’s International Exchange Program, María Jiménez, and the wonderful InteRDom team. We… Read More

  • GDAE Transnational Law Program – Day 5

    November 21, 2014

    Friday 24th It is difficult to write on this day, the 24th, because it has been the most emotional day so far. This is a day that fills us with joy and pride to be Dominican ambassadors yet we are very sad because our classes and programs here are coming to an end. We started… Read More

  • GDAE Transnational Law Program – Day 4

    November 20, 2014

    Thursday the 23rd Today we had our first class in Criminal Law, taught by Professor Cook, which consisted of two hours with the teacher that were truly inspiring, because apart from being a great professor, he has experience as a Prosecutor, which gave us, as exchange students, a whole new opportunity for in-depth exposure to… Read More

  • GDAE Transnational Law Program – Day 3

    November 19, 2014

    Wednesday 22nd On Wednesday, the 22nd, we woke up early, ate breakfast then, although it was cold out, we went to our classes at the Dean Rusk Center. We had our International Law class with Professor Diane, in which we learned, among other things, international law issues. Then, for the first time this week, we… Read More

  • GDAE Transnational Law Program – Day 2

    November 18, 2014

      Tuesday 21st The day began well; we had a wonderful breakfast here at the Holiday Inn Express then went to our classes. We took classes in International Law and Constitutional Law from Professors Diane Marie Amann and Randy Beck, respectively, who are the BEST and MOST INCREDIBLE teachers. The day continued to be awesome:… Read More

  • GDAE Transnational Law Program – Day 1

    November 14, 2014

    The Global Dominican Academic Exchange (GDAE) introduces Dominican students to the American style of liberal arts education and encourages dialogue between Dominican students and their Dominican-American counterparts attending these institutions. The program promotes partnership and entrepreneurship initiatives which foster innovation and stimulate Dominican economic development and international understanding. Students participating in the University of Georgia… Read More

  • Time: Better Late With a Treasure?

    August 6, 2014

    It’s almost time for me to go back home, and unlike with many things here, that can’t happen late. I got an email kindly reminding me I was due (overdue) for writing a blog post and my first thought was, “let me see how quickly I can write this thing.” It is crunch time in… Read More

  • All Americans Drive Hummers and All Dominicans Dance Bachata: Thoughts on Culture and Stereotypes

    July 25, 2014

    The other day I did an interview about my internship for InteRDom and one of the questions I was asked was “What makes the DR unique?” Having been to many places (in North America, Central America, Europe, Africa and Asia), I thought I was well equipped to answer the question, but the more I think… Read More

  • 1000 Words

    July 17, 2014

    To mark my somewhere-near halfway I thought I’d just give a little photo summary of my time here so far. These pictures are a combination of my phone photos as well as some I’ve found online. First, the view from the airplane: foggy, I could see the air was thick, the heavy clouds cast shadows… Read More

  • Surprising Lessons from Chinese Trade Policy

    July 10, 2014

    At some point in my day, I had this brilliant idea for a blog post… but it has disappeared into the abyss of lost thoughts, forgotten vocabulary words and disconnected streets that takes up most of my brain come evening. So, given that, you’re stuck with reading about work. I’ll try to make it worth… Read More

  • Dominican Nom Noms!

    June 30, 2014

    Memory is a funny thing. Sometimes it seems the most unusual thing triggers a long buried memory. For me, the trigger was trying to describe the fruit here. And, the memory was a children’s book: The Little Mouse, The Red Ripe Strawberry and the Big Hungry Bear. I think the title sufficiently tells the plot,… Read More

  • Running

    June 19, 2014

    I seem to be encountering a lot of running here. Today it was running to work after I took the wrong share taxi! Sometimes it is a few miles in the park, but what I want to talk about is metaphorical. Let me explain: I am not a runner.  I can run, but it isn’t… Read More

  • An Introduction

    May 28, 2014

    Hey guys, Since this is my first blog post on here, I’ll introduce myself quickly. I’m Sarah. I’m from Rhode Island (10 points for every northeast word you catch in my posts). I finished my bachelor’s degree where I studied Political Science and I’m going to start my master’s degree in International Development and Economics in… Read More

  • Au Revoir Dominican Republic

    August 27, 2013

    In all seriousness, the Dominican Republic is the most beautiful country in the world. I may be completely biased but the atmosphere here is so full of life everywhere you go and the ecosystems you encounter are so diverse that I believe there is space for every inhabitant of the planet in this little island. … Read More

  • Flying by the seat of your pants

    August 26, 2013

    Flying by the seat of your pants. Although I just learned this saying, it’s seemed to define my trip to the DR and a great theme for my last blog post. For instance, I heard about InteRDom in an elevator and just went with it. I didn’t learn until recently it would be the deciding… Read More

  • Looking Back

    August 15, 2013

    By: Kim Sanchez I can’t believe how fast these two months have passed. Looking back, I can’t believe how far I’ve come since the first day. I’ve made a lot of great friends here and many memories that I will never forget. I’m very thankful for the opportunity to come here and work with this… Read More

  • Sancocho

    August 13, 2013

    Two and a half months into my stay in the Dominican Republic and I still have not eaten sancocho. It was an aberration to everything I stood for, to my “Dominicanness.” I had had it in mind since I set foot in this country, but the odds were against me; every time I held a… Read More

  • My boss is in a good mood

    August 7, 2013

    “¡Levanten campamento!” shouts Mr. Ortiz as he comes storming out of his office with suitcase in hand and switching the lights off. Malge, Domingo and I are immediately possessed by a secret smile. That is our boss’s way of giving us the green light to go home and for the first three days of the… Read More

  • My Weekend Getaway

    August 2, 2013

    Whenever I plan a weekend trip to disappear from all the craziness at home, I usually carefully plan-out where I’m staying, where I’m going and when. This time, I didn’t make any plans. In fact, another intern thought it would be a great idea to go to the 27 waterfalls (or charcos) as a weekend… Read More

  • Office work, oh no.

    August 1, 2013

    By: Giselle Deñó InteRDom Correspondent, Giselle, has completed the first year of her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Sciences Po, Reims, France. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Dominican International Student Program. You can read more about Giselle and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. The Dominican Republic has two legislative sessions,… Read More

  • Office work, oh no.

      By: Giselle Deñó InteRDom Correspondent, Giselle, has completed the first year of her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Sciences Po, Reims, France. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Dominican International Student Program. You can read more about Giselle and her participation in the Correspondent Program here.  The Dominican Republic has two legislative… Read More

  • Time has flown by and the end is near

    July 31, 2013

    By: Alexandria Rogers InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. With a little less than two… Read More

  • Time has flown by and the end is near

    By: Alexandria Rogers InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. With a little less than two… Read More

  • Accidental Adventures and Other Impromptu Fun

    July 30, 2013

    By: Kim Sanchez InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. Two… Read More

  • Accidental Adventures and Other Impromptu Fun

    By: Kim Sanchez InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. Two… Read More

  • My Homeland

    July 26, 2013

    By: Ikenna Okoro InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. Outside of work there are many opportunities for enjoying… Read More

  • My Homeland

    By: Ikenna Okoro InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. Outside of work there are many opportunities for enjoying… Read More

  • Is it really almost over?!

    July 25, 2013

    InteRDom Correspondent, Carlos, has completed three years of his Bachelor’s degree in By: Carlos Gonzalez Political Science at St. Peter’s University in New Jersey. He is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Carlos and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. All the sunny days, beautiful weather, and… Read More

  • Is it really almost over?!

    By: Carlos Gonzalez InteRDom Correspondent, Carlos, has completed three years of his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at St. Peter’s University in New Jersey. He is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Carlos and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. All the sunny days, beautiful weather, and delicious… Read More

  • Transparent Democracy

    July 24, 2013

    By: Giselle Deñó InteRDom Correspondent, Giselle, has completed the first year of her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Sciences Po, Reims, France. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Dominican International Student Program. You can read more about Giselle and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. It is the age of questioning and… Read More

  • Transparent Democracy

    By: Giselle Deñó InteRDom Correspondent, Giselle, has completed the first year of her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Sciences Po, Reims, France. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Dominican International Student Program. You can read more about Giselle and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. It is the age of questioning and… Read More

  • A Grateful Community and Dramatic Weather

    July 23, 2013

    By: Alexandria Rogers InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here.  These past 2 weeks since my last… Read More

  • A Grateful Community and Dramatic Weather

    InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree By: Alexandria Rogers in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here.  These past 2 weeks since my… Read More

  • The most

    July 19, 2013

    By: Ikenna Okoro InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. My second internship is with Aprendiendo a Vivir (AAV), an… Read More

  • The most

    InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in By: Ikenna Okoro Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. My second internship is with Aprendiendo a Vivir (AAV),… Read More

  • In my element

    July 18, 2013

    By: Kim Sanchez InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. We went… Read More

  • In my element

    InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film By: Kim Sanchez and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. We… Read More

  • Los Dos Extremos

    July 17, 2013

    Por: Carlos González El Corresponsal de InteRDom, Carlos, ha completado tres años de su licenciatura en ciencias políticas en la Universidad de St. Peter en Nueva Jersey. Está participando en el Programa de Verano Caribeño 2013 de 10 semanas de duración. Para aprender más acerca de Carlos y sobre su participación en el programa de Corresponsales,… Read More

  • The Two Extremes

    By: Carlos Gonzalez InteRDom Correspondent, Carlos, has completed three years of his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at St. Peter’s University in New Jersey. He is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Carlos and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. Santo Domingo has offered me a wide range… Read More

  • Orgullo

    July 9, 2013

    By: Ikenna Okoro InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. As a research assistant for Hospital General de la… Read More

  • Orgullo

    By: Ikenna Okoro InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. As a research assistant for Hospital General de la Plaza… Read More

  • A Look into Major League Baseball in the Dominican Republic

    July 8, 2013

    By: Alexandria Rogers InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. After a slow first week at work, these… Read More

  • A Look into Major League Baseball in the Dominican Republic

      By: Alexandria Rogers InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here.   After a slow first week at… Read More

  • A Note to My Friends

    June 26, 2013

                 By: Kim Sanchez   InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her… Read More

  • A Note to My Friends

    By: Kim Sanchez InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. Dear… Read More

  • Living the Life

    June 20, 2013

    By: Alexandria Rogers InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here.   I have now been in… Read More

  • Living the Life

    By: Alexandria Rogers InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program.You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. I have now been in Santo Domingo… Read More

  • Exploring the Dominican Republic from East to West

    June 17, 2013

    By: Carlos Gonzalez InteRDom Correspondent, Carlos, has completed three years of his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at St. Peter’s University in New Jersey. He is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Carlos and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. I found myself swimming in crystal clear… Read More

  • Exploring the Dominican Republic from East to West

    By: Carlos Gonzalez InteRDom Correspondent, Carlos, has completed three years of his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at St. Peter’s University in New Jersey. He is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Carlos and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. I found myself swimming in crystal clear… Read More

  • Dear Family, I’m Not Dead!

    June 14, 2013

         By: Kim Sanchez InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her participation in the Correspondent Program… Read More

  • Dear Family, I’m Not Dead!

     By: Kim Sanchez InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her participation in the Correspondent Program here.  … Read More

  • Life 23

    June 11, 2013

    By: Ikenna Okoro InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. Wow, one week down and it surprisingly feels like… Read More

  • Life 23

    By: Ikenna Okoro InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. Wow, one week down and it surprisingly feels like… Read More

  • Why bother leaving home?

    June 1, 2013

    By: Kim Sanchez InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. “The… Read More

  • Why bother leaving home?

    By: Kim Sanchez InteRDom Correspondent, Kim, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Film and Video at the Visual Arts College at the University of Toledo in Ohio. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Kim and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. “The… Read More

  • Time to Go Home

    May 31, 2013

        By: Giselle Deñó InteRDom Correspondent, Giselle, has completed the first year of her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Sciences Po, Reims, France. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Dominican International Student Program.You can read more about Giselle and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. Counting my days back to the… Read More

  • Time to Go Home

    By: Giselle Deñó InteRDom Correspondent, Giselle, has completed the first year of her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Sciences Po, Reims, France. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Dominican International Student Program.You can read more about Giselle and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. Counting my days back to the island on… Read More

  • Goodbye Home, and Hello Caribbean Ocean!

    May 30, 2013

    By: Carlos Gonzalez InteRDom Correspondent, Carlos, has completed three years of his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at St. Peter’s University in New Jersey. He is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Carlos and his participation in the Correspondent Program here.   The semester is over and the… Read More

  • Goodbye Home, and Hello Caribbean Ocean!

    By: Carlos Gonzalez InteRDom Correspondent, Carlos, has completed three years of his Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at St. Peter’s University in New Jersey. He is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program. You can read more about Carlos and his participation in the Correspondent Program here.   The semester is over and the… Read More

  • Beginning of an Internship of a Lifetime

    May 29, 2013

    By: Alexandria Rogers InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program.You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. As time gets closer and closer, I cannot… Read More

  • Beginning of an Internship of a Lifetime

    InteRDom Correspondent, Alexandria, has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Sports Administration and Spanish at the University of Miami, Florida. She is participating in the 2013 10-week Caribbean Summer Program.You can read more about Alexandria and her participation in the Correspondent Program here. By: Alexandria Rogers Only two weeks are left before my… Read More

  • What Do I Have to Do?

    May 28, 2013

    By: Ikenna Okoro InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. Hey, my name is Ikenna Okoro! I am from… Read More

  • What Do I Have to Do?

    By: Ikenna Okoro InteRDom Correspondent, Ikenna, has recently completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Miami, Florida and is participating in the 2013 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about Ikenna and his participation in the Correspondent Program here. Hey, my name is Ikenna Okoro! I am from… Read More

  • See You Soon, My Beautiful Island, Nice People and Delicious Food!

    September 24, 2012

    By: Ioana Pescaru Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special dates… Read More

  • See You Soon, My Beautiful Island, Nice People and Delicious Food!

      By: Ioana Pescaru Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special… Read More

  • Interning in the Dominican Republic… What is it like?

    September 11, 2012

    By: Ioana Pescaru Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special dates… Read More

  • Interning in the Dominican Republic… What is it like?

    Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special dates beginning July 1…. Read More

  • The Dominican Republic is Simply Amazing!

    August 28, 2012

    By: Ioana Pescaru Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special dates… Read More

  • The Dominican Republic is Simply Amazing!

    By: Ioana Pescaru Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special dates… Read More

  • A very memorable day for the gardening volunteers

    August 16, 2012

    By: Amber Brookmire Amber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. To read more about Amber and her participation in the Correspondent program, see… Read More

  • A very memorable day for the gardening volunteers

    By: Amber BrookmireAmber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. To read more about Amber and her participation in the Correspondent program, see her… Read More

  • Eight months of wonderful experiences.

    August 2, 2012

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here.   Well, the end of my eight month InteRDom internship (which was in Punta Cana) is near, and I cannot believe it! The experience was so wonderful- I had a great situation… Read More

  • Eight months of wonderful experiences.

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here. Well, the end of my eight month InteRDom internship (which was in Punta Cana) is near, and I cannot believe it! The experience was so wonderful- I had a great situation there… Read More

  • ¡Revelación!

    July 27, 2012

    By: Justine Burke Justine has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • ¡Revelación!

    By: Justine Burke Justine has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • The beginning is always hard, but nice!

    July 20, 2012

    By: Ioana Pescaru Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special dates… Read More

  • Hello bold, brave world!

    By: Lindsay Tatum Lindsay has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • Hello bold, brave world!

    By: Lindsay Tatum Lindsay has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • The beginning is always hard, but nice!

    By: Ioana Pescaru Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special dates… Read More

  • Fundraising for International Opportunities

    July 12, 2012

    By: Malika Jones When was the last time you saw someone fundraising? If you’re a New Yorker–like me–you see this everyday! On a small scale from those in need begging in the subway stations to large scale charitable organizations “tabling” at community fairs in hopes of raising funds for a much-needed cure. The truth is… Read More

  • Working in the Dominican Republic

    By: Lindsay Tatum Lindsay has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • Working in the Dominican Republic

    By: Lindsay Tatum Lindsay has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • And the gardening continues!

    July 6, 2012

    By: Amber Brookmire Amber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. To read more about Amber and her participation in the Correspondent program, see… Read More

  • Fundraising for International Opportunities

    By: Malika Jones When was the last time you saw someone fundraising? If you’re a New Yorker–like me–you see this everyday! On a small scale from those in need begging in the subway stations to large scale charitable organizations “tabling” at community fairs in hopes of raising funds for a much-needed cure. The truth is… Read More

  • And the gardening continues!

    By: Amber Brookmire Amber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. To read more about Amber and her participation in the Correspondent program, see… Read More

  • Laws, Food and History!

    July 5, 2012

    By: Justine Burke Justine has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • Who would have thought gardening is quite an adventure!

    By: Amber Brookmire Amber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. To read more about Amber and her participation in the Correspondent program, see… Read More

  • Laws, Food and History!

    By: Justine Burke Justine has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • Exactly One Week Left!

    June 28, 2012

    By: Ioana Pescaru Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special dates… Read More

  • Exactly One Week Left!

    By: Ioana Pescaru Ioana has completed three years of her Bachelor’s degree in Spanish, French and Media and Communication at Newcastle University in Newcastle, Great Britain. She is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program, and is participating in the 2012 10-week Caribbean Summer Program, with special dates… Read More

  • One Week, Many Good Experiences!

    June 25, 2012

    By: Amber Brookmire Amber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. It is amazing how much I have seen and learned after spending only… Read More

  • One Week, Many Good Experiences!

    By: Amber Brookmire Amber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. It is amazing how much I have seen and learned after spending only… Read More

  • A mí me encanta la República Dominicana!

    June 20, 2012

    By: Justine Burke Justine has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • A mí me encanta la República Dominicana!

    June 19, 2012

    By: Justine Burke Justine has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • Lost In Translation

    By: Lindsay Tatum Lindsay has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest… Read More

  • Lost In Translation

    By: Lindsay Tatum Lindsay has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. You can read more about her, her interest in… Read More

  • Observations

    June 18, 2012

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012 You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here. As weeks have passed by and the cooler months have turned into Dominican summer (the “low season” in the Dominican tourism industry), I have started thinking of the clothing differences I’ve… Read More

  • Observations

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012 You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here.   As weeks have passed by and the cooler months have turned into Dominican summer (the “low season” in the Dominican tourism industry), I have started thinking of the clothing differences… Read More

  • Santo Domingo, Here I Come!

    June 13, 2012

    By: Amber Brookmire Amber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. As I prepare for my month-long adventure to Santo Domingo, I look forward… Read More

  • Santo Domingo, Here I Come!

    By: Amber Brookmire Amber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. As I prepare for my month-long adventure to Santo Domingo, I look forward… Read More

  • Who would have thought gardening is quite an adventure!

    June 5, 2012

    By: Amber Brookmire Amber is a graduating senior at the City College of New York, majoring in Anthropology and Jewish Studies. She is participating in the 2012 CCNY-InteRDom Service Learning Program, and will serve as the InteRDom Correspondent in the CUNY system. To read more about Amber and her participation in the Correspondent program, see… Read More

  • It has finally arrived!

  • ¿Que lo que?

    (Dominican slang for “what’s up?”) By: Justine Burke Justine has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program.   So, the… Read More

  • ¿Que lo que?

    (Dominican slang for “what’s up?”) By: Justine Burke Justine has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program. So, the time… Read More

  • It has finally arrived!

    By: Lindsay Tatum Lindsay has completed her first year of study at the University of Georgia School of Law and is one of three students participating in the 2012 pilot of the InteRDom Correspondent Program. She is participating in the 2012 10-week Graduate and Gap Year Program.   The moment I have been waiting for!… Read More

  • Supporting the Community

    May 31, 2012

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012 You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here.   Well, here I am writing another blog for InteRDom! First off, the basics about my employer: I am here as an InteRDom intern within the Social Community Projects department of… Read More

  • Supporting the Community

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012 You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here. Well, here I am writing another blog for InteRDom! First off, the basics about my employer: I am here as an InteRDom intern within the Social Community Projects department of Grupo… Read More

  • Culture Shock

    May 4, 2012

    By: Ludonis Maule Ludonis Maule is a senior at Baruch College majoring in Entrepreneurship Management with a minor in Spanish. She has worked at Baruch College’s Study Abroad Office for the past three years where she advises students on their study abroad options and procedures, she has also coordinated several of the office’s Study Abroad… Read More

  • Why the Caribbean?

    April 27, 2012

    By: Ludonis Maule Ludonis Maule is a senior at Baruch College majoring in Entrepreneurship Management with a minor in Spanish. She has worked at Baruch College’s Study Abroad Office for the past three years where she advises students on their study abroad options and procedures, she has also coordinated several of the office’s Study Abroad… Read More

  • Why the Caribbean?

    By: Ludonis Maule Ludonis Maule is a senior at Baruch College majoring in Entrepreneurship Management with a minor in Spanish. She has worked at Baruch College’s Study Abroad Office for the past three years where she advises students on their study abroad options and procedures, she has also coordinated several of the office’s Study Abroad… Read More

  • The Punta Cana Community

    April 19, 2012

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012 You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here. I’m now at the halfway point of my eight-month internship here in Punta Cana and there’s so much to talk about! For starters, I’d like to remark on the friendliness of most every… Read More

  • The Punta Cana Community

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012 You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here. I’m now at the halfway point of my eight-month internship here in Punta Cana and there’s so much to talk about! For starters, I’d like to remark on the friendliness of most every… Read More

  • Employability

    April 13, 2012

    By: Ludonis Maule Ludonis Maule is a senior at Baruch College majoring in Entrepreneurship Management with a minor in Spanish. She has worked at Baruch College’s Study Abroad Office for the past three years where she advises students on their study abroad options and procedures, she has also coordinated several of the office’s Study Abroad… Read More

  • Employability

    By: Ludonis Maule Ludonis Maule is a senior at Baruch College majoring in Entrepreneurship Management with a minor in Spanish. She has worked at Baruch College’s Study Abroad Office for the past three years where she advises students on their study abroad options and procedures, she has also coordinated several of the office’s Study Abroad… Read More

  • From a Dream to a Reality

    April 4, 2012

    by: Amber Brookmire Amber Brookmire studies Anthropology at The City College of New York. She hopes to participate in InterDom’s service-learning program this June to further develop her cross-cultural studies and improve Spanish language proficiency.I first heard about the InteRDom service-learning program through The City College Study Abroad Office. I had always wanted to study… Read More

  • Culture Shock

    By: Ludonis Maule Ludonis Maule is a senior at Baruch College majoring in Entrepreneurship Management with a minor in Spanish. She has worked at Baruch College’s Study Abroad Office for the past three years where she advises students on their study abroad options and procedures, she has also coordinated several of the office’s Study Abroad… Read More

  • From a Dream to a Reality

    April 3, 2012

    by: Amber Brookmire Amber Brookmire studies Anthropology at The City College of New York. She hopes to participate in InterDom’s service-learning program this June to further develop her cross-cultural studies and improve Spanish language proficiency. I first heard about the InteRDom service-learning program through The City College Study Abroad Office. I had always wanted to… Read More

  • Preparations

    March 30, 2012

    By: Ludonis Maule Ludonis Maule is a senior at Baruch College majoring in Entrepreneurship Management with a minor in Spanish. She has worked at Baruch College’s Study Abroad Office for the past three years where she advises students on their study abroad options and procedures, she has also coordinated several of the office’s Study Abroad… Read More

  • Preparations

    By: Ludonis Maule Ludonis Maule is a senior at Baruch College majoring in Entrepreneurship Management with a minor in Spanish. She has worked at Baruch College’s Study Abroad Office for the past three years where she advises students on their study abroad options and procedures, she has also coordinated several of the office’s Study Abroad… Read More

  • Service Learning Opportunities Grow

    March 5, 2012

    Once again this summer students from the City College of New York, as well as students in the whole CUNY system, will have the opportunity to participate in a service learning academic program in the Dominican Republic. Check out the beautiful artwork on the poster announcing the program! For more information, including a downloadable application,… Read More

  • Service Learning Opportunities Grow

    Once again this summer students from the City College of New York, as well as students in the whole CUNY system, will have the opportunity to participate in a service learning academic program in the Dominican Republic. Check out the beautiful artwork on the poster announcing the program! For more information, including a downloadable application,… Read More

  • Adjusting to Life in Santo Domingo

    February 9, 2012

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012 You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here. I have been living in Santo Domingo for about one month now, and luckily arrived during their “dead of winter” season. To them, this means comfortable breezes and temperatures in the… Read More

  • Adjusting to Life in Santo Domingo

    By: Anna Groesser Graduate and Gap Year 32-week Program, 2012 You can read about Anna’s internship with Grupo PUNTACANA on the InteRDom website here. I have been living in Santo Domingo for about one month now, and luckily arrived during their “dead of winter” season. To them, this means comfortable breezes and temperatures in the… Read More

  • Perspective Matters

    January 23, 2012

    By: Sydney Valerio Summer Institute for Educators Summer 2011 Sydney Valerio is an adjunct professor at Fordham University’s School of Education. She also teaches high school English in the New York public school system. Of Dominican descent, her participation in the field portion of the PIER’s Summer Institute for Educators in July 2011 was particularly… Read More

  • Perspective Matters

    By: Sydney Valerio Summer Institute for Educators Summer 2011 Sydney Valerio is an adjunct professor at Fordham University’s School of Education. She also teaches high school English in the New York public school system. Of Dominican descent, her participation in the field portion of the PIER’s Summer Institute for Educators in July 2011 was particularly… Read More

  • CDN Brings More than just Baseball Broadcasts to Dominican Fans

    December 6, 2011

    By: Chris Martinez InteRDom Intern Fall 2011 InteRDom Experience Series Article #4 Christine Martinez studies Global Studies with minors in journalism and Spanish at San Jose State University in San Jose, California. She is participating in InteRDom’s Fall 2011 Academic Semester, taking courses at a local university and carrying out a research project specially structured… Read More

  • CDN Brings More than just Baseball Broadcasts to Dominican Fans

    By: Chris Martinez InteRDom Intern Fall 2011 InteRDom Experience Series Article #4   Christine Martinez studies Global Studies with minors in journalism and Spanish at San Jose State University in San Jose, California. She is participating in InteRDom’s Fall 2011 Academic Semester, taking courses at a local university and carrying out a research project specially structured… Read More

  • MLB increases profits by investing in values in Dominican baseball

    November 14, 2011

    By: Chris Martinez InteRDom Intern Fall 2011 InteRDom Experience Series Article #3 Christine Martinez studies Global Studies with minors in journalism and Spanish at San Jose State University in San Jose, California. She is participating in InteRDom’s Fall 2011 Academic Semester, taking courses at a local university and carrying out a research project specially structured… Read More

  • MLB increases profits by investing in values in Dominican baseball

    By: Chris Martinez InteRDom Intern Fall 2011 InteRDom Experience Series Article #3 Christine Martinez studies Global Studies with minors in journalism and Spanish at San Jose State University in San Jose, California. She is participating in InteRDom’s Fall 2011 Academic Semester, taking courses at a local university and carrying out a research project specially structured… Read More

  • Education in the Dominican Republic: Part II—Major League Baseball’s role in providing a future for Latin American prospects outside of baseball

    November 1, 2011

    By: Chris Martinez InteRDom Intern Fall 2011 InteRDom Experience Series Article #2 Christine Martinez studies Global Studies with minors in journalism and Spanish at San Jose State University in San Jose, California. She is participating in InteRDom’s Fall 2011 Academic Semester, taking courses at a local university and carrying out a research project specially structured… Read More

  • Education in the Dominican Republic: Part II—Major League Baseball’s role in providing a future for Latin American prospects outside of baseball

    By: Chris Martinez InteRDom Intern Fall 2011 InteRDom Experience Series Article #2 Christine Martinez studies Global Studies with minors in journalism and Spanish at San Jose State University in San Jose, California. She is participating in InteRDom’s Fall 2011 Academic Semester, taking courses at a local university and carrying out a research project specially structured… Read More

  • Achieving DELE Language Certification in the Dominican Republic

    October 17, 2011

    By: Caitlin Lowery Graduate and Gap Year Program Fall 2010 When I applied to the InteRDom program, I mentioned that one of my goals was to take the DELE (Diploma de Espanol como Lengua Extranjera) exam and the InteRDom team worked hard to help me accomplish that aim. The DELE is a test of proficiency… Read More

  • Achieving DELE Language Certification in the Dominican Republic

    By: Caitlin Lowery Graduate and Gap Year Program Fall 2010 When I applied to the InteRDom program, I mentioned that one of my goals was to take the DELE (Diploma de Espanol como Lengua Extranjera) exam and the InteRDom team worked hard to help me accomplish that aim. The DELE is a test of proficiency… Read More

  • Epy Guerrero’s baseball legacy lives in the US and the Dominican Republic

    September 29, 2011

    By: Chris Martinez InteRDom Intern Fall 2011 InteRDom Experience Series Article #1 Christine Martinez studies Global Studies with minors in journalism and Spanish at San Jose State University in San Jose, California. She is participating in InteRDom’s Fall 2011 Academic Semester, taking courses at a local university and carrying out a research project specially structured… Read More

  • Epy Guerrero’s baseball legacy lives in the US and the Dominican Republic

    By: Chris Martinez InteRDom Intern Fall 2011 InteRDom Experience Series Article #1 Christine Martinez studies Global Studies with minors in journalism and Spanish at San Jose State University in San Jose, California. She is participating in InteRDom’s Fall 2011 Academic Semester, taking courses at a local university and carrying out a research project specially structured… Read More

  • The Field of International Relations in the Dominican Republic

    September 2, 2011

    By: Jatnna Garcia InteRDom Caribbean Summer 2011 Alumnus Growing up in the Dominican Republic was a great experience. There are so many things to love about this tiny island, from its weather to its people. Through the different multicultural activities at school, I met people from all over the world with all sorts of races,… Read More

  • The Field of International Relations in the Dominican Republic

    By: Jatnna Garcia InteRDom Caribbean Summer 2011 Alumnus Growing up in the Dominican Republic was a great experience. There are so many things to love about this tiny island, from its weather to its people. Through the different multicultural activities at school, I met people from all over the world with all sorts of races,… Read More

  • Links between Globalization, Internships, Education and International Exchange: Internship Certification Seminar

    August 12, 2011

    By: Joaquin Salazar InteRDom Consultant and Certification Instructor With the turn of the 21st Century, humanity finds itself in the midst of an information revolution generally known as globalization. It became especially significant following World War II, which brought the devastating consequences of death and destruction, and in turn awakened academic, philosophical and world political… Read More

  • Links between Globalization, Internships, Education and International Exchange: Internship Certification Seminar

    By: Joaquin Salazar InteRDom Consultant and Certification InstructorWith the turn of the 21st Century, humanity finds itself in the midst of an information revolution generally known as globalization. It became especially significant following World War II, which brought the devastating consequences of death and destruction, and in turn awakened academic, philosophical and world political bodies… Read More

  • Service Learning in Batey Libertad

    June 17, 2011

    By: Cynthia So Executive Director, Yspaniola Batey Libertad has seen its share of visitors. Youth from the batey are adept at using Facebook and have accumulated friends from across the world. Students are motivated to learn English, knowing they can practice their skills each time a group comes to visit. More importantly, over the years… Read More

  • Service Learning in Batey Libertad

    By: Cynthia So  Executive Director, Yspaniola Batey Libertad has seen its share of visitors. Youth from the batey are adept at using Facebook and have accumulated friends from across the world. Students are motivated to learn English, knowing they can practice their skills each time a group comes to visit. More importantly, over the years… Read More

  • InteRDom Blog Has a New Look

    June 10, 2011

    Over the past couple of years, InteRDom Internships in the Dominican Republic has grown, expanded and changed much like the world that we live in. The simple “student experience” format of the former blog no longer reflected the multiple facets of the program. More than just a simple internship and academic study program, InteRDom now… Read More

  • InteRDom Blog Has a New Look

    Over the past couple of years, InteRDom Internships in the Dominican Republic has grown, expanded and changed much like the world that we live in. The simple “student experience” format of the former blog no longer reflected the multiple facets of the program. More than just a simple internship and academic study program, InteRDom now… Read More

  • “Get Together” with InteRDom!

    July 22, 2009

    There’s never a dull moment on the InteRDom program! Aside from the 4 cultural trips around the Dominican Republic, InteRDom organizes a series of informal “get-togethers” to give students the opportunity to catch up with one another, share ideas about their internships and classes and get to know different places in Santo Domingo. In the… Read More

  • “Get Together” with InteRDom!

    There’s never a dull moment on the InteRDom program! Aside from the 4 cultural trips around the Dominican Republic, InteRDom organizes a series of informal “get-togethers” to give students the opportunity to catch up with one another, share ideas about their internships and classes and get to know different places in Santo Domingo. In the… Read More

  • TOP Summer Internships!

    May 18, 2009

    InteRDom partners with over 300 companies and organizations in the Dominican Republic to bring students a wide variety of projects and opportunities to match each student’s study area, skills and talents! As the needs and interests of companies, organizations and communities are constantly changing with the times, so are their internships! Here is just a… Read More

  • TOP Summer Internships!

    InteRDom partners with over 300 companies and organizations in the Dominican Republic to bring students a wide variety of projects and opportunities to match each student’s study area, skills and talents! As the needs and interests of companies, organizations and communities are constantly changing with the times, so are their internships! Here is just a… Read More

  • A Day In the Life of an InteRDom Intern

    March 3, 2009

    In the United States, it is not uncommon for University life to become dull and routine… but your experience abroad should be anything but dull! While InteRDom values a strong work ethic, the InteRDom experience is a delicate balance of work and fun, and InteRDom interns in the Dominican Republic have the chance to live… Read More

  • Un día en la vida de un pasante de InteRDom

    En los Estados Unidos no es raro que la vida universitaria se vuelva aburrida y rutinaria… ¡Pero tu experiencia en el extranjero será todo menos aburrida! Aunque InteRDom valora una firme ética de trabajo, la experiencia en este programa tiene un delicado balance de trabajo y diversión, y los pasantes de InteRDom en la República… Read More

  • Getting Ready for Summer 2009

    January 27, 2009

    The InteRDom team is getting excited for what promises to be an exhilarating Summer 2009 session! We have brand new internship offerings, as well as a fun agenda of excursions and cultural outings planned; the students are the only missing ingredient! This year InteRDom interns have been accepted at more than 40 Dominican organizations, which… Read More

  • Getting Ready for Summer 2009

    The InteRDom team is getting excited for what promises to be an exhilarating Summer 2009 session! We have brand new internship offerings, as well as a fun agenda of excursions and cultural outings planned; the students are the only missing ingredient! This year InteRDom interns have been accepted at more than 40 Dominican organizations, which… Read More

  • InteRDom is HOT!

    August 27, 2008

    More than just classes and internships, the InteRDom program is about learning about the culture, history and geography of the Dominican Republic while having FUN! The Summer 2008 program was chock-full of activities to teach students about this one-of-a-kind country from many different perspectives. For example, one of the first excursions of the summer was… Read More

  • InteRDom is HOT!

    More than just classes and internships, the InteRDom program is about learning about the culture, history and geography of the Dominican Republic while having FUN! The Summer 2008 program was chock-full of activities to teach students about this one-of-a-kind country from many different perspectives. For example, one of the first excursions of the summer was… Read More

About the Blog

The InteRDom Blog provides a forum for current InteRDom interns, alumni, professors, employers, experts and other collaborators of the InteRDom program to express ideas on topics related to the areas in which the program works, including:

  • International education
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  • Career development strategies
  • Dominican and Caribbean issues
  • Cross-cultural awareness

The blog also provides useful information for students and inspires lively debate and increased interest in exchange and the development of Hispaniola.

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