I am Allison Bukys, a rising WUSTL senior majoring in Computer Science and a former student participant in the SPIN-IT leadership program for women in IT. In this blog I will document my IT mentorship journey to Phnom Penh, Cambodia, where my partner, Corey Salzer and I will be teaching computer science to a group of 8th graders.
Friday – May 8, 2016: New Horizons
Cambodia is beautiful, and different from what I expected. Liger Learning Center is about thirty minutes away from the airport by car along roads filled with motos where the lanes are merely suggestions. The campus is a rectangle about 5 minutes by 10 minutes walking, with one main school building, a science building, four small houses for the kids, and a few apartments for foreign teachers.
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