Dominque Miller ’15 will go to Vietnam upon graduation to teach English through the Princeton in Asia Program. The program begins in mid-August and Miller will stay in Soc Trang, Vietnam, which is located in the Mekong Delta Region.
Miller studied abroad in Vietnam in the fall of 2013 through a program offered by the Colleges’ Center for Global Education, where she works as a program assistant. In Vietnam, she will teach English for one year at Soc Trang Community College, as well as a course in American culture.
“I am more than excited about receiving this opportunity to go back to Vietnam,” Miller says. “Studying abroad in such a unique country was truly one of the most amazing experiences in my life, and I am lucky to be able to go back and finish what I started. Working with Princeton in Asia has already been an incredible experience, and I am honored to become a part of such a long history of exploration and immersion.”
Miller is a political science major, with a double minor in Asian studies and anthropology. On campus, Miller also serves as co-president of Sankofa and is a member of Women’s Collective.
Founded in 1898, Princeton in Asia’s mission is to promote good will and understanding to facilitate in every way the free interchange of the best ideals in the civilizations of both East and West. The program aims to foster mutual appreciation and cultural understanding by connecting graduates and partner organizations in Asia.
For more information about Princeton in Asia, visit http://piaweb.princeton.edu/.