PEPY news

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.

Parent Conference Interview with the Promotion 6 Students

Wednesday, 03 October 2018
by Soury Phonn
Last month, PEPY Scholarship Promotion 6 students organized the Parent Conference in Kralanh District. English Teacher Soury recently had the chance to interview some “Dragon” students about the conference. Before the conference started, all students gathered together to decide who . . . Read More.

Irish Teacher Exchange in Cambodia Encourages New Ways of Thinking

Wednesday, 19 September 2018
by Soury Phonn
For three weeks in July, six Irish teachers and one principal from Donabate-Portrane Educate Together National School, Donabate Community College, and Francis Street CBS were in Siem Reap for an annual Cambodia-Ireland Teacher Exchange with PEPY. This exchange program provided . . . Read More.

Kralanh and Srei Snam Dream Students Visit Universities in Siem Reap City

Friday, 24 August 2018
by Savoeng_and_Dena PEPY
As a reward for Dream Class students whose attendance rate averages 80% or more over the course of the academic year, they get to go on a PEPY Study Tour and visit different higher educational institutions in Siem Reap. The . . . Read More.