Don Bosco Kep volunteer David Agudelo talks with Senior Expert from Germany, Bernhard Spengler, who came to the technical school to support the development of the Culinary section and to design the construction of an industrial kitchen. Currently, 50 students follow the culinary training to join the Cambodian tourist industry in hotels and restaurants.
Juan Camilo Zapata was born in Bogotá – Colombia and with his 25 years old is a passionate professional chef, who arrived in Cambodia on September 27 to offer his services as a volunteer at the Don Bosco Kep hotel section. He graduated at the Mariano Moreno Gastronomy School of the Colombian capital in 2011 and he also is a past pupil of the well reputed Universidad Externado of Colombia. He has experience in the gastronomy education of children and youth and it motivated him to go beyond the South American borders to the Southeast Asian ones to share his talents and love for humanity with Cambodian kids and youth.
“I am very proud of being part of such a beautiful labor. I hope to give my best in teaching, training the youth in the use of the culinary tools and opening opportunities for a best chance in life.”
យើងស្វាគមន៍លោក ហូអាន ក៉ាមីឡរ សាផាត៉ា ចុងភៅជំនាញវិជ្ជាជីវៈមកពីទីក្រុងបូគូត៉ា ប្រទេសកូឡុំប៊ី មកជួយបង្រៀននៅផ្នែកធ្វើម្ហូបសម្រាប់មួយឆ្នាំ។
As the badop national exam is programed for October 13 and 14, students for the first year at Don Bosco Kep have to be at the technical school on Thursday, October 16, at 7:30 AM. This is a way to cooperate with all those students who have to present the badop exam without any other worry.
និស្សិតនៃឆ្នាំទី១សូមចូលមកក្នុងសាលានេះនៅថ្ងៃទី១៦ខែតុលាកាលពីថ្ងៃព្រហស្បតិ៍។ វាគឺដោយសារតែលោកអ្នកមានដើម្បីបង្ហាញការប្រលងថ្នាក់ទី១២ នៅថ្ងៃទី១៣និង១៤ខែតុលានិង។
Fr. John Visser and Fr. Lucca Tavola presided the ceremony of Graduation Day at Don Bosco Technical School Kep. Fr. Samnang (Albeiro Rodas), traveled abroad to meet donors of the Don Bosco projects in Cambodia. It was the second generation of technical students from Kep Province from sections like social communication, IT, electricity and hospitality for a total of 100 students, most of them from Kampot, Kep and Takeo, but also some from Ratanakiri, Phnom Penh and Sihanouk. After the ceremony, the school closed for the September holidays and it will open again at the beginning of October for a new academic year.