VNese student winning int'l scholarship provides summer course

Vo Tuong An, who won scholarships from more than 10 prestigious international universities and is co-founder of ICE organization, organized the program “ Developing young leaders” in Binh Son High School in the central province of Quang Ngai.
 

Vo Tuong An instructs student in the program " Developing young leaders" (Photo: SGGP)

Vo Tuong An instructs student in the program " Developing young leaders" (Photo: SGGP)

In addition to the program, An has colaborated with the International Catalysts for Empowerment (ICE), a non-profit organization founded in 2014 under the Yale Young Global Scholars program and Young Entrepreneurs Adventure Vietnam (YEA Vietnam) launched the program “60DAYS”, to provide free summer course for tenth and eleventh graders in Ly Son Island in Quang Ngai.
For the program “Developing young leaders” with 50 participants, An said the program aims to cultivate the conception of starting a business; through the course, students will assess their own skills and factors influencing on market and then they understand the path to their future career.
An and 13 other volunteers selected proper books compiled by the US Badson University. The program last from June 29 to July 2.
Meantime, the program “60DAYS” also in Ly Son Island in 60 days. Volunteers will teach subjects of Math, Physics, Chemistry, Literature, English and Biology for 130 high school pupils in Ly Son district to improve their knowledge and environment- and society-related skills, so that they would be prepared for their future’s examinations.

By NGUYEN TRANG – Translated by UYEN PHUONG

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