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470 disadvantaged youth ready to change the future


During nearly 3 months of recruitment amidst the COVID pandemic, REACH officially welcomed 470 young people with difficult circumstances who are ready to change their future.

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"REACH s program" is good students will "go down the mountain"


“The REACH program is good, ethnic minority students will “go down the mountain”; not afraid of the long distance, not afraid of difficulties”. A local official shared with Mr. Giap - REACH's youth affair officer after his career counseling trips to the highland community

Relief for Alumni of REACH during COVID


Relief for REACH alumni during these difficult times is a necessity. The pandemic has complicated and disrupted many activities. In Vietnam, the second wave of Covid-19 has struck with the number of infections increasing daily, hampering all socio-economic activities.

Creative Flame In Bartending


Over the past two years, Tran Van Minh, a former food & beverage student in batch 5th at REACH Haiduong has “satisfied creativity with the Bartender".

REACH is ready for Covid return


REACH has prepared everything to face to Covid return after 4 months. Covid has caused the serious damage. REACH has made a specific plan to overcome the difficulties created by Covid storm.

Pay-It-Forward and REACH Alumni Thach Sanh rice bowl


Pay-It-Forward means that REACH gives the opportunity to the beginners, and then our alumni come back and create values for society, for the next students.

Going to school doesn’t help you do anything


"Going to school doesn’t help you do anything!" That's the thinking my dad always imposed on me when I was a kid. ” Thuy Hoa, a former student of 3D Graphic Design class, shared.

Trends in IT and graphic design you need to know about


In her presentation "Trends in IT and graphic design" on July 10 to more than 30 REACH students, Ms. Nguyen Thu Ha, Director of Adecco Hanoi office, "revealed" her "secrets" to accessing job opportunities in the IT sector.

Completing the final exam REACH cooking students get ready to enter the hospitality industry


In the early hours of the morning, Thien Van Lo, a cooking student at REACH, went to the local market in Nam Tu Liem district, Hanoi. He needed to buy vegetables, meat, and some other ingredients for his final test on that day.

Through Viewzz, REACH promotes the exclusivity of the digital economy for all Vietnamese


Globalization and rapid development in information technology has provided a large number of “borderless-jobs” for Vietnamese people. These include active engagement in the global value chain and business process outsourcing (BPO) across many industry sectors.