Dorocasi Kwizera was born in Burundi, Africa and lived there until the age of eight. She remembers playing soccer during her free time at school. Dorocasi and her friends would make soccer balls out of plastic bags and other things they would find.
Inti Academy is partnering with Currier Museum Art Center's community outreach initiative ArtWorks! in Schools to provide a four-week multi-media art course as part of Inti's after-school enrichment activities. The course is fully funded thanks to generous grants from The Oleanda Jameson Trust and NH Charitable Foundation. There will be four ninety-minute classes conducted at Inti Academy during February and March 2014.
Together We Can Improve The Lives Of Underserved Children
Inti Academy does not charge fees. All of our activities are free. The children generally live below the poverty line. To serve these children with quality experiences, we are dependent on financial donations from foundations, corporations, organizations, and individuals. We are also fortunate to receive contributions of soccer equipment from soccer clubs and individuals.
Inti Academy is thrilled to announce a partenership with TestSoup, a local NH startup company. TestSoup will be providing online ESL study materials, free of charge, to Inti players and families. To read more about this partnership, please click here.
GK Camp ~ Pick-up in the Park ~ African / Caribbean Celebration
The summer has been very busy for those involved with Inti. Two of our players were invited to the NH Keeper Academy, Pick-up in the Park began on Wednesdays and many of our families particiapted in the annual African / Caribbean Celebration.
Claude Kwizera is one of the many success stories at the Inti Academy. We are lucky enough to have gifted children from over 19 different countries. All of these children have a common thread, the love for soccer. Whether they find their talents in soccer or in other areas, Inti is proud to have played a small roll in their lives.