InteRDom has many opportunities for students studying in a university in the U.S. or outside of the Dominican Republic!
Collaborate with us to build a short or long-term program in the Dominican Republic, or host an event in campus!
Dominican students can travel to the United States for short exchanges with prestigious universities
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InteRDom is the premier internship, research and study program in the Dominican Republic. The program provides university students, professors, academics and professionals a platform for exchange and collaboration, promoting research and development in the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean region. Read More >
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - The Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) and its sister organization in the Dominican Republic, la Fundación Global Democracia y Desarrollo (Funglode) hosted representatives from St. Francis College in Brooklyn, New York during a five-day exchange... Read More
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - The Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) and its sister organization in the Dominican Republic, la Fundación Global Democracia y Desarrollo(Funglode) will host a conference on “Creando el futuro un estudiante a la vez” (Creating the... Read More
Santo Domingo – On Monday, September 10 InteRDom’s 2018 fall program got underway in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, with the presentation of a new intern who will participate in the current program led by Manuel Medrano, GFDD’s program coordinator. The intern that... Read More
“Everything was wonderful, from the very first day to my last day in Santo Domingo. The organization staff was nice and helpful. I highly recommend this program."
Anouk Costeaux Toulouse University, France - 2018
“This is a one-time life experience! I won’t ever forget my days at GFDD. InteRDom it’s one of the greatest programs ever."
Igor Batista St. Francis College, United States - 2019
“My internship at InteRDom was a great learning experience that I thoroughly enjoyed. I had the opportunity to work directly with kids in one of Santo Domingo’s kid’s hospitals.”
Olivia Tillinghast Northeastern University, United States - 2018
“The people are so welcoming and kindhearted that I’ve felt nothing but happiness ever since I arrived in Santo Domingo.”
Bonnie Pacheco University of Limoges, France - 2019
“An amazing experience! The opportunity to work closely with the United Nations organs and affiliated organizations opens the mind and brings a lot of extraordinary opportunities!”
Kristina Stepanenko University Complutense de Madrid, Spain - 2018