Exposing Graduates to the wider world
Every summer four PPES graduates are taken to visit the United States.
Imagine what an opportunity this is for girls from a region where a trip to Delhi is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, and where one many not ever ride a train in their lifetime. One of our students, Asha, says about her trip to the US: "I learned that in America everything is very clean. The roads are not dirty and wherever I went everything was neat. I also learned that Americans are very helpful. I saw with my own eyes that a girl's baggage suddenly falling out the trunk of a car, and everyone around her stopped to help put it back in the car. Children who haven't completed their studies and found a job do not get married. No matter how rich a person is, they do not have servants. Everyone does his or her own work."
Exchange programs allow students to develop a better understanding of the world and bring PPES students one stop closer to becoming global citizens.
Students who come from outside to visit PPES
* Games, dancing and singing
According to Karyline, a student of the McDonogh School in Baltimore, "Being at the PPES school has been the best opportunity in my life. I have learned a lot, made new friends, and had a lot of fun."