Delaware Tech students and faculty study in Ireland

Stopping for a look at the Cape Gazette during a tour of Kylemore Abbey in Ireland are in back (l-r)  instructor Tina Ballas Downs, Ryan Snyder, instructor/co-leader Kim Burton, Anette Aguillon, Christina Huck, Sal Klosiewicz, Rebecca Shirley and Tiffany Towles. In front are Samantha Bennett, Laura Gagnon, Anna-Marie Emmi, Maura Marraffini, Randy Miller, and Samantha Jamgochian. Not shown are instructor/group leader Heather Madden and Josh Gorrell. SOURCE SUBMITTED
July 2, 2014

A group of Delaware Technical Community College students and faculty spent 10 days traveling throughout Ireland during late May and early June. While visiting Kylemore Abbey, the group took a break to read the Cape Gazette and catch up on Sussex County news.

While in Ireland, the group visited many historic sites such as Dunguaire Castle, the Cliffs of Moher, Blarney Castle, Newgrange Stone Age Passage Tomb, Dublin Castle, Kilmainham Gaol, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity College, Corcomroe Abbey, The Burren, and more. One of the students, Sal Klosiewicz, said, “I had an amazing time and am so glad to have had the experience. I made new friends, and I will never forget the fun we had."

During the 2013-14 school year, Delaware Tech offered five study abroad trips. In the 2014-15 school year, six study abroad trips will be offered. Many students are able to receive scholarships to assist with paying for these educational experiences. For more information on Del Tech’s study abroad programs, visit

Delaware Tech also presents a Global Understanding Series that features programs and workshops free to the community, Delaware Tech students and staff. For more information on the Global Understanding Series, go to

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