Make A Change is a way for corporations to be a part of our ambitious international students’ innovative community service projects in their home countries. These projects support our scholars in changing their community and developing their leadership skills. They help corporations create social impact, support diversity & inclusion, and build employee engagement.

Meet Our Make A Change Scholars

Check-out what our scholars were able to accomplish in just one summer:


Class of 2025
Sochea Chhay (Beloit College) built a water pump and well that provides clean water for 741 kids & their families at a school in Sa’ang District. Sochea didn't stop there though, she trained ten women to raise poultry in order to earn extra income for their families.


Class of 2024
Moon Sum (Beloit College) provided 194 rural, low-income girls information on how to pursue higher education. She also provided three school libraries writing tools and English-Khmer leadership books.


Class of 2024
Theary Heang (Gettysburg College) bought ten computers for a learning centre in Samrong Khnong and spent four weeks teaching sixty children computer and internet skills.


Class of 2023
Hope Mbabazi (Lafayette College) lead a three-day camp on computer coding and mushroom cultivation for 30 children who were once homeless.


Class of 2023
Seang Am (Bucknell University) built a library and bought eight computers for the “Coconut School” and taught 24 kids how to use computers. She also trained a teacher to continue the classes after she returned to Bucknell.

Learn More About Make A Change 2022

“FIS Impact Ventures is thrilled to have provided the seed money to start this important program at SHE-CAN, giving scholars an opportunity to develop their leadership skills. We encourage other companies to join us in financial support to expand Make A Change to more scholars in the future”

– Rob Lee, President, FIS Impact Ventures

Corporate Benefits

Corporations become a part of a global effort to:

  • Create social impact 
  • Build women’s leadership
  • Support diversity, equity, & inclusion

Sponsors benefit through:

  • PR/social media/marketing opportunities
  • Increased employee engagement
  • Participation in the SHE-CAN global network

A Corporate Sponsorship Provides:

  • The materials for two to three scholar projects
  • Transportation costs to/from the U.S.
  • Individual project support
  • All administrative costs

Want To Sponsor Make A Change?