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THE LAST DAYS: in site were pretty memorable. Everyone seemed extra nice, making me fish plates, rice and beans, and even one family made me cheesecake because I told them it was my favorite dessert back home. Dominicans have a difficult time expressing their emotions but in these last few days people were so kind to me with their words and actions. It made it more difficult to leave but satisfying, in a way, that I left note.
... all of the younger volunteers with the youth they brought because they were really into it; working with their kids (ages 15-24) to improve their presentation techniques and whatnot. It was strange realizing that it was the third time I had attended that conference. Three years in a row at that center. The new group of volunteers were also in attendence because part of their training is to see how the conference is run and also ...
... basic business course with 10 students, 7 of which who graduated. In two separate groups, they wrote actual business plans for ideas of microenterprises that they were hoping to get off the ground. One of the plans was selected, which means that they are going to be able to present their plan to a panel of judges in the national competition this October. I’m proud that they were able to get their plan into the competition, not to mention ...
... It was just difficult dealing with the kids that didn't want to share (there clearly weren't enough materials for every kid) and the ones that just kept screaming my name to get my attention. All in all it was a successful event, but it definitely makes me reconsider wanting children.
LESS FIREWORKS, MORE BEACH: 4th of July in another country is kind of a strange experience. No one else knows why you're in a huge group of American ...
... stories from last year:
First Place: Fotovideo Alanna in Vicentillo, El Seibo. A group of 5 young adults now are providing the services of a photo lab in their rural community. Allowing the community to document the special moments in their lives and provide a progressive method of promotional opportunities.
Second Place: ...