The Esperenza Project - Dominican Republic
The Esperenza Project
St. Jerome's University HeForShe Committee, in conjunction with Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Studies, presents a FREE public lecture by Dr. Jean Kilbourne
Featuring student research on parenting, diverse romantic relationships, consent and dementia, incest and adultery in Medieval society, LGBTQ+, and more!
The Esperanza Project is a small program run by founders and directors, Anthony and Fiona Austin who created the organization in 2009, out of a perceived need to provide a much needed educational and extra-curricular program in the town, giving children and teens an opportunity to explore, create, and inspire, whilst empowering them to grow academically and socially, in a safe, supportive, hands-on learning environment.
For more information, please visit The Esperanza Project's website.
The Esperanza Project is a small non-profit organization, started in 2009 and run by founders and directors, Anthony and Fiona Austin. Between them, Fiona and Anthony hold certifications in regular elementary education, special education, and English as a second language education. They also have several years of summer camp experience, both as counsellors themselves and later with directorial positions.
The Esperanza Project runs a school programming through the academic year and a camp program through the summer months for youth in the community.