​Vietnamese firm joins hands with Junior Achievement to launch start-up training programs

The program includes courses from kindergarten to high school levels

Representatives from Nguyen Hoang Group and Junior Achievement (JA) Vietnam sign a strategic agreement on the training program on September 20, 2017. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Junior Achievement, an international educational organization, is cooperating with a Vietnamese partner to establish a start-up training programs for students from kindergarten through high school.

Nguyen Hoang Group and Junior Achievement (JA) Vietnam signed a strategic agreement on Wednesday to establish a program aimed at developing young entrepreneurs in Vietnam.

The project will provide JA certified training courses for students at the kindergarten through high school levels at schools managed by the Nguyen Hoang Group, including Saigon Academy International School, iSchool International Integrated Education System, UK Academy, and International School of North America.  

Each course will focus on developing the main pillars – financial thinking, career guidance, and start-ups.

JA lessons will also give students the opportunity to improve their level of confidence, independence, and responsibility, along with other soft skills including financial planning risk management, selection, and decision making.

Nguyen Hoang considers itself a pioneer in instilling a start-up mentality into its students through various educational programs.

In coordination with JA, the firm hopes to equip Vietnamese students with the necessary skillset and knowledge to succeed in the current era of international integration.

NHG, established in 1999, is a self-contained education system from the kindergarten to doctoral levels with branches across Vietnam.

Junior Achievement was found in 1919 and has been the world’s leading organization in the provision of business training programs from kindergarten to high school levels.

JA has extended its operation to 122 countries across the world, including Vietnam.

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