Every drop will fill up the jar
SreyMey has always loved to go to school as her parents have supported and encouraged her in her studies. Now that she is in the STEM school, she keenly felt the importance of knowledge to help her country progress.
While she has enjoyed learning in her village school, she is excited to be exposed to new technology and teaching techniques in her new school. She shared, “There is also a lot of competition course in e2stem school. All the students must know how to help each other and work together.”
Since living in Phnom Penh, she has found another role model. She revealed, “When I live in Phnom Penh, all my dorm mates recommend me to watch DJ Nana video because she always gives good advice to teenagers. DJ Nana encourages people who are having family problems to stay positive in life.”
Her heartfelt shoutout to her village friends," There are a lot of chances waiting for you. You can be better than me, it depends on you. During this covid period, I wish everyone take care of your health so that you can be successful in future!”
The other village children can be included in their village school and perhaps even be on the Road to STEM scholarship through your support. Help to make inclusiveness happen for them!
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