Lift your school!

Lift your school!

This week, Lift made it’s first university visit to Pannasastra University of Cambodia and had a great discussion about how Lift can benefit motivated students and how students can join the Lift team and make our magazine even better.

We want to meet more of our readers so that we can talk about what is on your mind and begin to involve all of our readers in discussions about life, education and careers for young Cambodians.

Besides talking about the importance of reading and writing, the Lift team also engaged students in a conversation about how journalism can help young people learn about their country and enlighten the rest of society about what they have learned.

If you want Lift to visit your school and talk with interested students, email [email protected] and we can arrange a time to come Lift your school.

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