After a year of learning agroecology and pastry skills, and a 4-month internship, our students are heading into the professional world.
Looking back, from September to mid-December, students did practical internships to apply what they learned. This gave them valuable skills for their future jobs.
Students explored different areas – some worked on farms with animals, while others focused on growing peppers or gardening. Pastry students did internships in hotels and restaurants.
Many students chose to do their internships in places like Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Battambang, and Kampot, broadening their horizons.
“I’m Loeu Sameng, 20, from Rotanah Kiri, a third-year student at the School of Agroecology at Bayon Education and Development.
In my one-year study, I learned food processing, breeding, and husbandry. My 3-month internship on a cattle farm in Kandal gave me new skills in working with cows, teamwork, leadership, and marketing. Thanks to the School of Agroecology and Bayon Education Development!”
After the internship, students presented reports to a jury of teachers and professionals. Then, at the diploma ceremony, 20 students from the class of 2023 proudly received their agroecology and pastry diplomas.
We wish them all the best in their next adventure!