Staff of The Cambodia Daily and Regent College have finished sorting through the 400 applications and selected 60 finalists for the third round of Regent College/Cambodia Daily scholarships.
The program provides 30 grants for courses in English, bookkeeping, Working Internationally and computer skills at Regent College worth $120 each.
The following people are requested to report to Regent College, 98 Pasteur St, Phnom Penh for an exam and interview at 8:30 am, Sunday, Sept 26:
Morm Preoun, Som Somnang, Kim Sochea, Khy Srun, Ouk Chandara, Sok Sin, Sem Piseth, Nhem Sophannara, Yin Narann, Cuem Sitha, Ban Rath, Em Sovannara, Mey Vireak, Din Saphea, Ven Thak, Yin Linna, San Leang, Sapha Ky, Try Horng, Meth Manith.
Touan Sokun, Soeun Ratha, Sourn But Mao, Seang Sophak, Chea Leang Kheng, Thong Samnang, Tum Bunthoeun, H E Sokhom, Ong Phanna, Phean Sipho, Saly Bin, Nin Sokmalen, Chun Keoratna, Prak Darith, Prak Chenda, Poun Morokat, Buth Chanthy, Tak Sokunthea, Huot Socheat, Iem Vanny, Vann Theany, Sok Somalen, Chheang Marida, Phon Phanin, Keo Amara, Keo Daneth, Eam Theary, Tiv Molika, Horn Chakria, Rith Vathna, Nguon Kolmonunh, Tith Phally, Chann Den, Son Chhaykea, Phon Narin, Heng Silay, Chin Raksmey, Duong Ravy, Duong Saramany.
Finalists were chosen based on an initial application at the beginning of September according to financial need.
Scholarship judges Secretary of State for Education Pok Than, British Ambassador George Edgar, head of English-language training Tony Bienkowski and The Cambodia Daily’s weekend editor Victoria Stagg Elliott will select the winners based on their tests and interviews at the end of September. Recipients will be announced at the beginning of October.
Employees and relatives of staff of The Cambodia Daily, Sihanouk Hospital Center of Hope and Regent College are not eligible to apply.