KHMER METAL

12 - 22 Dec

WHITE GOLD

23 - 31 Dec

KHMER METAL

1 - 5 Jan

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For more information about employment or volunteering at Phare, please e-mail the Human Resources Manager at: [email protected] or contact us via our website.

To offer your services as a volunteer, please include in your e-mail specifically what you would contribute during your time at Phare.

Job Opportunities

None at this time.

Please check back regularly for openings.

Volunteer Opportunities

We welcome committed and passionate volunteers who have specific expertise or experience which fills a current need. Those needs change over time, but some examples of skills often needed are in social media, communications, IT, lighting and sound design, merchandising and customer service. Although most artistic training happens at Phare Ponleu Selpak NGO school in Battambang, volunteers with circus arts, music, drama or other performing arts skills are welcome to make a proposal for how they would use a volunteer opportunity to develop the skills of the Phare artists.
Due to financial and human resources limitations, we are unable to offer internships.

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A Very Phare New Year

New Year's Eve is one of everyone's favorite holidays of the year. People look forward to sharing the moment with friends, family and even strangers. We look back on the year just coming to an end; all the good times and bad. Maybe we're feeling nostalgic about it, or...

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Water Festival in Cambodia

By Sunita Mager Bon Om Tuk, or the Water Festival, is the largest and most celebrated festival in the country that takes place over three days in November, with the biggest celebrations being where the Tonle Sap and Mekong River meet - in front of the Royal Palace in...

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How to Celebrate Pchum Ben

How to Celebrate Pchum Ben By Mengteang Thong Cambodian people have a deep respect for their parents, grandparents, and ancestors. Each year in September there is a ceremony called Pchum Ben “បុណ្យភ្ជុំបិណ្យ”, which combines the Khmer words "Pchum", which means “to...

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