Day 2 and 3: Chelsea’s Reflections

The children’s selflessness is very shocking. The majority of the children are very concerned for the group and if everyone is taken care of. While passing out supplies during a craft, several little girls stopped participating to help me hand out supplies. From what I could tell, one child was asking other students if they … Continue reading

meet Chelsea.

I am really excited about learning about the Dominican Republic. This is a 100% a new experience for me and the new information is very intriguing. I most excited about taking this trip for the life experience and I need an eye-opening experience. You always hear about “third-world” countries and I don’t think you can understand those concepts without … Continue reading

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