PEPY news

ICT Class Reflections

Tuesday, 15 January 2019
by Chhunnay Bin
2017-18 ICT Students: Impacts and Results During the 2017-18 academic year, PEPY’s ICT Class provided computer lessons to promotion 6 students. They learned about Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. For the MS Office lessons, students applied what they learned and . . . Read More.

Meet some of PEPY’s newest Scholarship Students!

Thursday, 27 December 2018
by Kaia Smith
PEPY’s Promotion 7 Scholarship students have been in Siem Reap City for almost two months, and now that they’ve settled in are happy to share about their thoughts and experiences so far. They were asked about their challenges, why they . . . Read More.

PEPY Student Sominea and Why She Values Education

Friday, 14 December 2018
by Channa Kev
PEPY student Sominea’s gap year was not the same as those of most students in western countries! Sominea joined the PEPY scholarship project in 2017. She comes from Kampong Chhnang Province (as part of our first pilot project supported by . . . Read More.

Extracurricular Activities Promote Open Minds

Monday, 26 November 2018
by Kaia Smith
With a PEPY Scholarship, students receive a wide range of capacity building classes and opportunities that ensure that they develop not only their hard and soft skills, but also their creativity, critical thinking, and global/social awareness. In addition to regular . . . Read More.

2018-19 Scholarships: Reflections on Applicants and Selected Students

Monday, 05 November 2018
by Kimann Khlang
In the scholarship selection process, every single decision we make is difficult, from shortlisting to the social investigation stage to the final decision, because ultimately this strongly affects the future of 30 students. If students have made it past the . . . Read More.

PEPY Students Discuss Changes After Studying at the Learning Center

Wednesday, 24 October 2018
by Kaia Smith
At PEPY, we strongly believe that for our students to be prepared for their university classes and professional environments, financial support alone is not enough. PEPY Scholarship students come from rural areas, where the quality of public education is much . . . Read More.