SHE-CAN is a US-based non-governmental organization that builds female global leadership by helping disadvantaged young women from post-conflict countries win U.S. scholarships and return as change-agents.
As our world continues to get smaller, raising a global generation of capable and gutsy female leaders is critical to systemic change. That’s why SHE-CAN seeks out smart, ambitious, low-income young women in post-conflict countries such as Rwanda, Cambodia, and Afghanistan and provides them with a U.S. college education, mentorship and leadership training.
Our mentors support each scholar through every step of her transformative journey— from securing a scholarship to thriving in school to finding her voice. All 28 are studying at top schools, such as Scripps, Whitman, Bennington, Bucknell, Harvard, Lafayette, Oberlin, Smith, and Haverford.
SHE-CAN Information Forum at PUC
SHE-CAN, an organization dedicated to helping young women in post-conflict countries win full ride college scholarships, will be hosting an Information Forum on PUC’s South Campus. SHE-CAN’s founder and two current scholars will tell us about the program and answer questions about their experiences.
Forum begins at 9:30am
PUC South Campus
No. 184, Norodom Boulevard
Phnom Penh, Cambodia