We proudly present to you KAA Mentorship Program

This holiday season, we’re launching our first Mentorship Program! The program pairs up a mentee with a mentor from January to June 2015. Throughout this relationship, there will be contact via remote session at least once a month to discuss any questions, comments, or concerns regarding academics, career choices, or any life decisions.


The purpose of KAA ‘s Mentorship Program is to provide one-on-one guidance and support for Cambodian students. By doing so, KAA aims to promote enriching knowledge, professional development, experience and relationships that will help empower Cambodian students to succeed in their academic/career success, individual goals and lives thereafter.

Mentors and Mentees

Mentors are members of the Khmer Alumni Association who have filled out an application. After completing the application, the committee leads will notify mentors and have them go through a training session. Mentees are high school students who have filled out an application, which includes a parent/guardian consent form. Upon submitting the application, a screening process will take place and a selected group of mentees will be invited to attend orientation. Afterwards, the committee leads will notify mentees and mentors of their pairing beginning January 17th.


To apply, please click on one of the links below.

Mentee Application  **DEADLINE EXTENDED TO JANUARY 10!**

Mentor Applicaton *Deadline passed on December 31st 


‘Tis the Season!

…for Cambodian Culture Nights!

Cambodian Culture Nights (CCN): Cambodian student organizations across California have had a tradition of hosting culture shows and events to help promote the Cambodian culture at their respective campuses. Shows vary but may consist of a student-developed play, traditional classical dances, fashion show, and /or charity dinner.

Check out the listing below:

CCN 2013


Official Launch!

The Khmer Alumni Association is proud to announce the official launch of KAA on Sunday, October 21, 2012, 11-3pm at La Lune Palace. In collaboration with the Cambodian Student Association at CSUF, we are co-hosting the Networking Social on the second day of the annual Khmer Student Coalition Conference 2012. RSVP and more information to come.

The Khmer Alumni Association started as a conversation among alumni who had been active in the Cambodian student organizations at their respective colleges. With years of experience from each of our members, KAA strives to provide the support and resources to help student organizations grow and sustain itself in the many years to come. Come learn about KAA, the benefits of joining, and how you can get involved at our Networking Social. KAA meets on a monthly basis at The Cambodian Family. View Calendar for more information.