INTEBUSA Dominican Community Learning Center

The Good Samaritan Inc is a non-profit organization that has offered community-based learning experiences to impoverished children and adults in the Dominican Republic since 1978. Our programs for 2012-2013 include literacy and language courses as well as community arts, ministry, sports, and vocational training programs that presently serve over 200 children and adults.

logoCOMMUNITY EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC INCLUDE:logo

English Language Courses: Child & adult classes held 3 days per week. 6 one hour classes teach 120+ students.

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Literacy Courses: Child & adult classes held 5 days per week. 2 one hour classes teach 30+ students.

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Vocational Training: Teen & adult trainings held 1 day per week. 2 four hour classes teach 50+ students.

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Sports Programs: Baseball, basketball, and volleyball organized year-round!

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Program Collaborators

Partner

Project

Pinyon Foundation

US 501 (c) 3 Fiscal Sponsor

National Literacy Project, Government of the Dominican Republic

 

 Adult Literacy Project

Joan Rose Foundation

 

Plumbing and Electrician Courses

Word of Life Church Los Angeles

 

US-based Donation Center

Hispanic Communications Network

 

Strategic Consultant

City of Esperanza

Police and Fire Departments

 

Water and Safety Support

City of Esperanza

Maintenance Department

 

 

 

 

 

Landscaping and Waste Support

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