PEPY news

Thanks to you, Sievmean is now studying Tourism and Hospitality

Friday, 13 January 2017
by Romina Olmoguez
2016 had been a really good year for PEPY Empowering Youth, all of which was made possible by your generous help and support. The success of our Scholarship Project, the Learning Center, and our Dream Management Project can only be . . . Read More.

Success Series: Our New Batch of Teachers!

Tuesday, 27 December 2016
by Romina Olmoguez
  PEPY is proud to announce that we have new teachers from our current group of scholars that successfully passed the entrance exam at the Provincial Teacher Training College in Siem Reap. The Provincial Teacher Training College, or PTTC, in . . . Read More.

Music and Art Lessons with MES – Siem Reap

Wednesday, 14 December 2016
by Romina Olmoguez
We’re learning music and we’re drawing, too! The PEPY Scholars are now in their second month with Music For Everyone School – Siem Reap, learning how to play the guitar and how to draw. Music For Everyone School or MES . . . Read More.

Success Series: Liheang, Chorm, Sakkra and Sok – Training to be Teachers!

Wednesday, 30 November 2016
by Romina Olmoguez
We are delighted to share that four of our scholars successfully passed the National Teacher’s Admission Exam this coming school year at the Regional Teacher Training Center in Battambang Province. In Cambodia, to become an eligible lower-secondary school teacher, an . . . Read More.

Meeting Ireland’s President in Ho Chi Minh

Friday, 18 November 2016
by Romina Olmoguez
PEPY Empowering Youth’s staff and students once again had the pleasure of visiting Vietnam to represent Cambodia and meet Ireland’s President, Michael D. Higgins. Colm, Konnitha, Sithong and Khanya left last November 11 for a two-day trip to Ho Chi . . . Read More.

2016 Scholarship Students’ Integration Week

Friday, 11 November 2016
by Romina Olmoguez
Our Promotion 5 Scholarship Students’ first week in Siem Reap was spent on team building activities and training that will prepare them for their stay in Siem Reap and their life together in the first year of their scholarship. The . . . Read More.