Service Project, Cambodia
Date: October 2019
Our Service projects offer Aiglon students incredible opportunities worldwide to engage in local community projects, addressing real world issues and inspiring them to become agents of positive change. Not only do our students absorb the reality of life in an unfamiliar environment, but they also learn more about themselves on a daily basis. The Cambodia service project visits Camp Beng Maelea, near Siem Reap where the team engages in both environmental and educational service. As well as spending time working with Angkor Hospital for Children and the Jay Pritzker Academy the team will also be working in Beng Mealea, pair-teaching in the village school and helping with renovation projects. We will also have the opportunity to visit cultural and historic sites, including Angkor Wat.
This humanitarian service trip is open to any student in Year 7 to 13 and led by Mr. James Piggott. The team will leave Aiglon on 12th October and return on 23rd October.