PEPY news

Cambodia-Ireland Exchange 2018: Sharing Culture, Knowledge, and Gratitude

Friday, 27 April 2018
by Kaia Smith
This year’s Cambodia-Ireland Exchange was fruitful for PEPY’s ambassadors, who experienced life in Ireland and Europe for the first time, including a much different educational system, as well as for the Irish students, staff, and host families who got to . . . Read More.

Student Exchange Program Teaches Students New Artistic, Communicational, Cultural Skills

Monday, 09 April 2018
by Channa Kev
At the end of March, 11 PEPY Scholarship students and 11 Packer Collegiate Institute students from Brooklyn participated in a four-day exchange program together in Siem Reap. The objectives of the program were to learn and share about each other’s . . . Read More.

Ready to Make Change, Students Enroll in Courses of Study

Friday, 30 March 2018
by Kaia Smith
PEPY is happy to announce that all Scholarship Program students have chosen what subjects they will study, and have started attending their respective universities or training schools. All of them are very excited and grateful for the opportunity to continue . . . Read More.

STEM Cambodia Fair Demonstrates Innovation and Opportunities

Friday, 16 March 2018
by Kaia Smith
On 28 February, 32 PEPY Scholarship students and 5 staff left for Phnom Penh to attend the STEM Cambodia Fair. The fair was aimed at teaching Cambodian youth about careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. In a context of . . . Read More.

Writing Workshop Builds Confidence and Creativity

Thursday, 01 March 2018
by Kimann Khlang
In this article, we will tell you about the poetry and story writing that some PEPY students have been doing! The newest promotion of PEPY students attended a Short Story and Poetry Workshop in the third week of February at . . . Read More.

Learning from Those Who Are Ahead of Us

Monday, 19 February 2018
by Savoeng Skut
On Thursday 1st February, PEPY Empowering Youth organized Kralanh High School for the first Sharing Event of 2018. We invited two guest speakers –SET Hattha and Dr. Gnel Rattha– who kindly donated their time on Thursday morning to share their . . . Read More.