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Len Leng Receives Open Society Foundation’s Civil Society Leadership Award

May 6, 2019: Len Leng, Harpswell ’14, was named a recipient of the Open Society Foundation's Civil Society Leadership Award. With the support of the scholarship, Len will pursue her master’s degree in communications, journalism and media at Syracuse University in New York. The Civil Society Leadership Award provides fully-funded scholarships for master’s degree study to individuals [...]

Len Leng Receives Open Society Foundation’s Civil Society Leadership Award2019-07-29T03:56:40+00:00

Harpswell Alumna So Dany Leads Leadership Seminar on Personal Development

April 28, 2019: Harpswell students attended a leadership seminar with Harpswell alumna So Dany. Dany graduated from Harpswell in 2010 and is currently the Communications Officer at Room to Read. Her seminar covered topics related to personal development, including time management, building self-esteem, emotional intelligence, and effective communication. The students were happy to spend time [...]

Harpswell Alumna So Dany Leads Leadership Seminar on Personal Development2019-05-02T03:58:13+00:00

Khan Sophy, Harpswell ’10, Joins the Harpswell Team

April 26, 2019: Khan Sophy, Class of 2010, will be joining Harpswell on May 1st as Harpswell’s first Alumnae Support and Special Projects Officer. This new position was created to support the needs of  Harpswell’s growing alumnae community, and to work on new ways of strengthening our alumnae network and supporting our alumnae.  We [...]

Khan Sophy, Harpswell ’10, Joins the Harpswell Team2019-07-29T03:30:21+00:00

Harpswell Student Keo Yary Selected for Global Undergraduate Exchange Program

April 23, 2019: Third year Harpswell student Keo Yary was selected to participate in the Global Undergraduate Exchange Program (Global UGRAD Program), funded by the United States Department of State. UGRAD provides semester-long scholarships to outstanding undergraduate students from around the world for non-degree full-time study, combined with community service, professional development and cultural [...]

Harpswell Student Keo Yary Selected for Global Undergraduate Exchange Program2019-07-28T23:28:40+00:00

US Embassy Cultural Affairs Officer Speaks at Harpswell

April 4, 2019: On Sunday afternoon, Harpswell students attended a leadership seminar led by Lynette Franco, Cultural Affairs Officer at the US Embassy in Phnom Penh. Responsible for managing over 40 scholarship and exchange programs, Lynette shared how she began her academic and professional career as a first-generation college student. After graduating college, she [...]

US Embassy Cultural Affairs Officer Speaks at Harpswell2019-04-06T15:02:11+00:00

Khoeurn Kimleang, Harpswell ’10, Earns PhD in Sustainable Engineering

March 28, 2019: Khoeurn Kimleang, Harpswell '10, earned her PhD in Sustainable Resources Engineering from Hokaido University in Japan. Kimleang embodies the Harpswell spirit. Her determination and intelligence carried her to new heights, where she was able to achieve her dream of a doctoral degree. She now plans to return to Cambodia to teach and research [...]

Khoeurn Kimleang, Harpswell ’10, Earns PhD in Sustainable Engineering2019-07-29T03:21:44+00:00

New Trustee Announcement

March 11, 2019: We are pleased to share that Jonathan Saunders, founding partner and Senior Analyst at Crawford Fund Management, is joining the Harpswell Foundation Board of Trustees. Jonathan has invested in Harpswell’s students for over a decade and previously served on the Harpswell Board of Advisors. He is also a long-time supporter of Respond, [...]

New Trustee Announcement2019-03-14T02:51:12+00:00

International Women’s Day at Kirirom Park

March 10, 2019: Harpswell students, staff and Leadership Residents celebrated International Women’s Day on Friday with a trip to Kirirom National Park. They spent the day bonding with their sisters, playing team building games and exploring the natural beauty of the park.                  

International Women’s Day at Kirirom Park2019-03-11T04:57:48+00:00

Harpswell Launches Campaign on Global Girls Alliance’s Fundraising Platform

March 8, 2019: On this International Women's Day, we are excited to share that Harpswell's high school mentoring project officially launched on the Global Girls Alliance’s GoFundMe Platform. Harpswell is very proud to be featured on this platform and to be spotlighted as one of the programs supporting girls around the world. The Global Girls Alliance is a [...]

Harpswell Launches Campaign on Global Girls Alliance’s Fundraising Platform2019-03-11T04:55:26+00:00

Harpswell Grad Len Sievlan Selected as Knight-Hennessey Scholar at Stanford

March 5, 2019:  It was announced this morning that Harpswell alumna, Len Sievlan, was selected as a Knight-Hennessy Scholar at Stanford University. She will move to Palo Alto this summer to pursue her master's degree in international policy at the Stanford School of Humanities. Sievlan graduated from Harpswell in 2018 and is currently studying at Agnes [...]

Harpswell Grad Len Sievlan Selected as Knight-Hennessey Scholar at Stanford2019-03-11T05:06:21+00:00