Sriracha Refinery kicks off 2020 Volunteer English Teaching Program

Sriracha Refinery kicks off 2020 Volunteer English Teaching Program

Suchart Phaowatthanasathian, Director and Refinery Manager of Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited, met and greeted students of Wat Laemchabang School during the opening of 2020 Volunteer English Teaching Program. Wat Laemchabang School Director, Phenkhae Sermsri, welcomed the group which also joined by Esso Sriracha Terminal Manager Sompong Phokrai and Esso volunteer employees.

The program has been continuously organized for 18 years. This year, 24 refinery employees joined the program.

About Esso Sriracha Refinery’s Volunteer English Teaching Program:

Initiated 18 years ago, the Volunteer English Teaching Program has offered an opportunity for Esso engineers and employees who have high level of proficiency in English to teach every-day English to the seventh grade students of Wat Laem Chabang School for one hour per week throughout the academic year. The program aims to improve speaking and listening skills and get the students to enjoy using English in their daily life. Since the start, the program has motivated the students with a lively English class.

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