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Disadvantaged youths receive free vocational training, job opportunities in Vietnam

Disadvantaged youths receive free vocational training, job opportunities in Vietnam

Wednesday, February 11, 2015, 11:19 GMT+7

A local organization has provided free vocational training and job placement services for Vietnam’s disadvantaged youth for over a decade, while a woman is dedicated to showing job seekers how to impress recruiters.

REACH, a local non-government and non-profit organization, has helped thousands of disadvantaged youth reach for their future.

Founded in 2004 under the management of the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA), the agency specializes in providing vocational training, career consultancy and job placement services for Vietnam’s underprivileged youth, according to its website.

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