Author: Amy McLoughlin

Posted on: June 30, 2014 Posted by: Amy McLoughlin Comments: 0

Contemplating the future of our JHS work

2013 was a big year of solidifying and transition. To work towards our new goal of increasing the percentage of high school graduates accessing skilled employment, we reviewed our programs to ensure our work led us closer to achieving this goal. Lots of programs ended, and others were introduced (Learning …

Posted on: June 6, 2014 Posted by: Amy McLoughlin Comments: 0

Noun gets published

Noun worked with PEPY for many years as an energetic and passionate leader of our child clubs. We recently wrote about him here. In 2013, his contract ended at PEPY, and we’re proud to hear more good news on his recent success! Earlier this year, Noun received a call from …

Posted on: May 30, 2014 Posted by: Amy McLoughlin Comments: 0

Skills Fair – connecting students to their futures

This week, PEPY’s Dream Class hosted the second annual Skills Fair at Kralanh High School. After the success of last year’s event, we were happy to see another crowd of students eager to discover opportunities for life beyond school. The objective of the event was to  increase awareness of opportunities after …

Posted on: April 22, 2014 Posted by: Amy McLoughlin Comments: 0

Sharing the Lessons we’ve Learned

Over the years, PEPY’s programs have gone through many developments and transitions. We initiate programs in collaboration with the community, based on current needs and gaps in development. We always run our programs with a timeframe in mind, and are honest in saying if we do not plan to run …

Posted on: April 21, 2014 Posted by: Amy McLoughlin Comments: 0

A letter from the Board: going local

Dear PEPY supporter, RE: PEPY is becoming a local organization On behalf of the Board of Directors of PEPY, I would like to begin with a big thank you for your many years of incredible support. We could not have made it this far without you. Thank you so much for …

Posted on: April 3, 2014 Posted by: Amy McLoughlin Comments: 0

A day in the life of: working in tourism

After learning about what a career in tourism could look like through a range of speaker events, PEPY scholarship students were very excited to visit a hotel to discover more. As part of Youth Empowerment classes in our Learning Center program, scholarship students visited the Soria Moria hotel in Siem …