Your support will help transform street youth to professional bartenders, trafficked women to cooks working in 5-star hotels and resorts, and youth with disabilities to talented coders.


Your support will enable us to supply the market with a trained workforce that boosts productivity and ensures sustained national growth and work for all.


Your support will provide opportunities to nurture talents and potential that all youth deserve but too often denied to the disadvantaged.

About REACH 

Established in 2004, REACH is a local non-profit organization in Vietnam.  We reverse these trends by providing market-driven training programs specifically targeting disadvantaged young people throughout Vietnam. Currently, we are based in 05 cities including Hanoi, Hue, Danang, Hai Duong, and Ho Chi Minh city.

Our focused works at REACH are vocational training programs and social enterprise businesses that are running by the organization.

Students are trained since 2004

Our Business Partners


Of our students got a job after graduation


Higher than the government base salary

Our Students’ Stories

REACH training programs are designed exclusively for disadvantaged youth, school dropouts, unemployed secondary school graduates and resettlement community members. We all get inspired and empowered by many inspiring stories. We love to share this to our readers.

Nguyen Ich Minh

A turning point of becoming a coder at the age of 28

Course: Web Coding

Batch 47 ...


Teacher Nguyen Ngoc Nghia

The story of a dedicated teacher to his students at REACH

Course: 2D Design


Phạm Thị Cẩm Túy

A dream of becoming a skilled bartender comes true

Course: F&B

F&B batch 41, Latte Art batch 48 ...


Upcoming Events

Latest News

May 30

REACH Da Nang: Batch 47 closing and batch 48 opening ceremony
Recently, REACH Da Nang held a ceremony to farewell batch 48 and welcome batch 49. Attending the ceremony were representatives of the REACH Institute’s board of directors, teachers

May 17

REACH consulted about career orientation for students in Lai Chau
Recently, REACH’s staff visited Than Uyen high school, Tan Uyen boarding high school for ethnic minorities, and Binh Lu high school in Lai Chau. As part of the trip, REACH collaborated

Apr 04

REACH held the Grant Launch and Batch 52 Opening Ceremony
To officially launch a renewed grant and remark the start of a new training batch, REACH in tandem with J.P. Morgan hosted a ceremony on 31 March 2022 in Hanoi. The event was organized i

Partners say about us

We are proud to be one of REACH’s long-term partners and hope to be able to support REACH in its ambition to strengthen the organization and scale up its training programs to reach even more vulnerable youth.

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