Every summer, the Young Adults Program offers not only classroom studies but a series of fun activities carried out beyond the classroom. One enriching, language-intensive activity takes place most Fridays, when the young adults watch a movie in the auditorium. This year, prior to the end of the session... read more →
A workshop titled Best Practices for ELL in the Classroom was conducted on Thursday, June 8, 2017 at the Haitian-American Institute. Its goal, among others, was to keep HAI teachers abreast of the latest techniques and approaches to English Language Learning/Teaching. The very first presenter was Mrs. Deslandsheer who presented... read more →
Registration is now open for the upcoming Fall Session. Here are some important dates to remember: October 7 for the Young Adults' Program October 9 for the Weekday Intensive Program October 10 for the Regular Program October 13 for the Friday Program October 14 for the Saturday Program October 15 for the Sunday... read more →
In early April a fire preparedness workshop was attended by 38 staff members who learned valuable skills in how to extinguish fires. The workshop was broken down into two parts: a verbal instruction segment bolstered by a video, and a practical segment in which staff members extinguished three small... read more →
A cache of textbooks that survived the 2010 earthquake was recently cleaned, inventoried and deemed suitable to donate to English language efforts underway in the provinces. Delivery plans are forthcoming. Pictured above is Jameson doing the much-needed preliminary work.
Steve Hersey making first trial pizzas with Kevin Briggenshaw supervising. Now everyone on campus is clamoring: "Where's the pizza?" It was very well received...
In anticipation of the 75th birthday of the Haitian-American Institute, President Convery cooked up a very large cake and had it painted on a nice blank campus wall. If you look closely, the "I" logo, usually dotted with a red, sunlit ball, has turned into candles with faux flames burning... read more →
As the 75th anniversary of the Haitian-American Institute approaches, the campus sees some color from a giant birthday cake.
Diners and visitors alike will soon be able to sip, eat and converse under the shade of a brand new roof above the snack bar patio. But don’t be late for class!