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Youth Workshop Program

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8,024

USD

3,273

STUDENTS

 

 

22

talk show

PROBLEM & OUR APPROACHES

VietHope recognized that the opportunity to interact, to learn experiences, and to be inspired by leading experts and enterpreneurs is very important in the young people's development, especially when they are highly motivated and eager to change themselves. On the other hand, VietHope realized that some experts and enterpreneurs also want to spread the fire and share their experiences with the next generations. For that reason, since 11/2015, VietHope has founded the Youth Workshop Program (YWP) with a mission to create and provide those wonderful opportunities to young people and to the experts.

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WHAT IS YOUTH WORKSHOP PROGRAM?

Youth Workshop Program (YWP) is a serie of free talkshows for young people, especially for those from local areas in Ho Chi Minh City, Can Tho, and Hue. The themes of those talkshows are chosen from those topics that young people are interested in and also provide necessary skills to them in their personal development journey. Every year, the program hosts 4 talkshows in Ho Chi Minh City, 2 talkshows in Can Tho, and 1 talkshow in Hue. Meanwhile, those talkshows are also broadcast live on Facebook Fanpage so that people from other places can watch.

 

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 OUR PartnerS

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OUR GUEST SPEAKERS

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Tôn Nữ Thị Ninh

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WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS ABOUT YWP

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WHAT DO STUDENTS SAY

“Talkshow 4 is the first talk show that I have ever attended. In my opinion, you have done a good job, form preparing the event to inviting such a matching speakers to the topic, hence the long talk show did not bore the audience; and I found new knowledge every single time the speaker said. [...] Once again, I want to thank VietHope. I hope in the future I can have a chance to support VietHope in the long run in creating more and more meaningful talk shows."

Ngô Đức Anh

Student of University of Medicine Phạm Ngọc Thạch - participant of Talk 4

WHAT DO SPEAKERS SAY

“Today I saw many raising hands, both male and female. That's a good sign. It is interesting that this familar topic may cause indifference to those who think "What's the point discussing this? Just keep doing as you usually do.“ That's why I think it is encouraging that these students find this topic worth brainstorming together."

Tôn Nữ Thị Ninh

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