After returning from Geneva, Switzerland, Dr. Mengly J. Quach was invited for interview by CNC on the Majestic Five Continents Award for Quality and Excellence conferred to the Mengly J. Quach Education Co., Ltd., which consists of the American Intercon Institute and School.
With much inspiration from Dr. Mengly J. Quach, who has done countless charity work and put tremendous efforts to help poor and underprivileged Cambodian people, American Intercon Institute and School will organize “Culture Day For Charity Cause” on Thursday, April 11, 2013 from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Olympic Stadium to gather fund for donation.
Over the weekend, H.E. Oknha Dr. Mengly J. Quach, President and Head Principal of the American Intercon Institute and School, led 65 staff and faculty members to help farmers harvest their crop and provide free medical care to 150 villagers in Takeo Province.
The American Intercon Institute was invited to send three students to compete in the JCI Cambodia Debating Championship 2012. One of them is from the Intercon Debate Club and the other two are from the public speaking class. They tried hard and debated hard.
The 3rd Mengly J. Quach WordSpeed Contest was a tough competition since there were more than 500 participating students from different levels and ages competing to be the champion. The contest itself was divided into several eliminating rounds because of a large number of participants. After many hours, we finally found three winners.
Teacher Dharmendra and his 27 students in the Kid 11B class came up with something new for this term project. It is “Lemonade for Charity”. It is different from what these kids have done before for their assigned projects in the classrooms. They have done the presentation, role play, research, and so on either in small groups or individually. This time they have to work together as one class and do the charity work.
American Intercon Institute organized its 24th Aii field trip to Hluang Preah Sdech Kan Cultural Historical Site in Kampong Cham Province, Cambodia. A total of 1200 students, teachers and staff partook in this field trip. It is historical because it was related to Sdech Kan during the 16th century of the Cambodian history.
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You may think your life would be amazing if you had a degree from a country like America, and that you would even enjoy living in America if you had a good job there. However, it is different for Dr. Mengly J. Quach, a 45-year-old Cambodian who got a medical degree in the United States and found himself successful in doing business in Cambodia.
The 16th Aii graduation commencement took place on March 23, 2013 at the National Institute of Education, presided over by H.E. Oknha Dr. Mengly J. Quach, Founder and President of the American Intercon Institute.
Dressed in very eye-catching graduating gowns of different colors, 678 graduates from the Kid Program, General English Program...
Low Wei Xiang
With its two private schools boasting 7,000 students and 300 teachers spread over five campuses, education service provider Mengly J Quach Education could easily be a called successful enterprise.
Yet its founder, Dr Mengly Quach, stays in a rented house with his family.
In order to share experiences in learning effectively, especially English language, Mr. Lundi Keo, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost and Communications, conducted his 6th Workshop on Learning Tips for more than 150 students in the Lim Kim Noy Auditorium at Ngin Huy Building.
During the workshop, he mentioned many useful tips that he found indispensable in his student life. He pointed out that time ...
Over 250 students were the audience for the 1st Mock Debate By Intercon Debate Club conducted in the Lim Kim Noy Auditorium at Ngin Huy Building. That was the first time of this club to organize such a debate with so many participants.
The tournament was divided into 2 rounds which were joined by 4 teams with 3 members in each to debate over 3 topics. The first topic was “Working While Studying Is Much Better ..."
Saturday, October 06, 2012 – The American Intercon Institute organized the 21st Aii field trip to Preah Monivong Bokor National Park in Kampot Province. It was a whole day trip joined by 1,050 participants including students, guests and staff.
21 buses transported all the participants from American Intercon Institute to Bokor National Park.
527 teachers, staff and students from the American Intercon Institute and School participated in the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Let’s Do It! event at Olympic Stadium on August 26, 2012.
JCI Let’s Do It! is one of the biggest environmental events taking place in Phnom Penh. It was created to raise the awareness of Cambodian people on environment, specially cleaning the city.