U.S. Embassy Santo Domingo – PAS Annual Program Statement

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE U.S. EMBASSY SANTO DOMINGO PUBLIC AFFAIRS SECTION Annual Program Statement   Funding Opportunity Title: U.S. Embassy Santo Domingo – PAS Annual Program Statement Funding Opportunity Number: PAS- SANTO DOMINGO -FY19-01 CFDA Number: 19.040 – Public Diplomacy Programs Minimum for Each Award: $1,000.00 Maximum for Each Award: $250,000.00 This notice is subject ...
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U.S. Embassy Commemorates International Day of the Girl Child

Santo Domingo, D.N.- United States Ambassador Robin Bernstein visited the Conrado Mieses school in Manoguayabo, to commemorate the International Day of the Girl. The school is one of 400 the United States Government is supporting through the USAID Read Project, implemented by a local university UNIBE, focused on improving literacy skills of more than 180,000 children ...
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Meet the Dominican participants of the YLAI 2018 Program

The Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative (YLAI) aims to connect the next generation of entrepreneurs and innovators in Western Hemisphere. Since 2016, this exchange program empowers young entrepreneurs with the training, tools, networks and resources they need to transform their societies and contribute to their most complete economic development and prosperity, security and good ...
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YLAI alumni lead tech entrepreneurship boot camp for college students

Twenty-two engineering and industrial design students participated in a product design boot camp led by alumnus Emil Rodriguez.  Emil is a technology entrepreneur with a passion to promote invention and innovation in the Dominican Republic. One of the biggest challenges he highlights is that most engineers and designers focus on providing tech support to already ...
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Dominican Youth Grow With Support From the United States

To Celebrate International Youth Day on August 12, we are sharing success stories of Dominican youth who have found and taken advantage of new career and personal development opportunities with support from the United States Government. Lucy Every day, young mothers such as Lucy seek opportunities to build a better future for their children. Lucy’s ...
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Fulbright-Mescyt Alumnus Recieves Award for His Contributions to Science and Education

Richard Oliver Bido-Medina, an alumnus of the Fulbright-MESCYT program, received the Illinois International Graduate Achievement Award, which recognizes an University of Illinois graduate student whose international research or public service abroad has had the greatest impact on the university, larger community or internationally. Richard, a medical doctor, is a graduate of the Autonomous University of ...
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Acting DCM Arthur Brown Shares Ideas and Experiences to commemorate African American History Month

The Acting Deputy Chief of Mission of the U.S. Embassy in Santo Domingo, Arthur Brown, shared ideas and experiences with APEC university students during an event to celebrate African American History Month. During his remarks, Mr. Brown explained the importance of this celebration, which is acknowledged every year through a Presidential proclamation, a celebration at ...
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U.S. Embassy celebrates Boomerang Night: A night for entrepreneurs

Santo Domingo, D.N. – The U.S. Embassy in Santo Domingo and Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC) Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship invite you to Boomerang Night, an entrepreneurship event to share stories, connect with young leaders and learn about exchange opportunities to the United States for entrepreneurs. Boomerang Night will showcase a panel of ...
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Youth Ambassadors in Action

The Youth Ambassadors program brings together high school students and teachers for a 3-week exchange to develop their leadership skills, fosters community service, promotes mutual understanding and improves their knowledge about the U.S. Participants engage in workshops, community service activities, team building exercises, meetings with community leaders, and home stays with American families. Upon their ...
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Notice of Funding Opportunity: Building English Teaching Capacity in the Dominican Republic

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE U.S. EMBASSY SANTO DOMINGO Notice of Funding Opportunity   Funding Opportunity Title:                Building English Teaching Capacity in the Dominican Republic Funding Opportunity Number:          S-DR860-17-NOFO-002 Deadline for Applications:                  August 14, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. (EST) CFDA Number:                                  19.040 – General Department of State Assistance Total Amount Available:                    Up to ...
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Remarks by Chargé d’Affaires Patrick Dunn at the English Teaching Conference

English Teaching Conference Opening Ceremony Thursday, June 15, 2017   Members of the Board of Directors of Instituto Cultural Dominico-Americano; Members of the table of honor; International Speakers; English teachers, distinguished guests, and friends; Good morning, and thank you, Ingeniero Ariza, for the warm welcome.  It is a pleasure to join you today to promote ...
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Innovation Fund Announces Grant for Dominican Institution for Entrepreneurship Program

The 100,000 Strong in the Americas Innovation Fund announced a grant for Instituto Tecnológico de las Américas (ITLA) and the New York Institute of Technology to create the Innovation Across Borders program. This program will promote entrepreneurship and will be structured around joint design challenges completed by students at both institutions. The joint projects will ...
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Remarks by Chargé d’Affaires, a.i. Art Brown at the Carol Morgan School Senior Reception

Distinguished graduates, faculty and staff, parents, family members, friends, distinguished alumni; It is a pleasure to honor the graduating class of 2017, student award recipients, and this year’s distinguished alumnus tonight. On behalf of the United States Embassy, welcome and congratulations for all of your achievements.  A special congratulation as well to CMS’ faculty and ...
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DREAM Project And U.S. Embassy Santo Domingo Celebrate First Teacher Training Project Graduation

The participants received intensive workshops on lesson planning and classroom management strategies to support English language learning in the classroom Cabarete, Puerto Plata – The local NGO Dominican Republic Education and Mentoring Project (DREAM) and the United States Embassy in Santo Domingo celebrated the first Teacher Training Project graduation for twenty English teachers of the ...
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