Updated: Jun 3
TVL Group and partners officially launched the first batch of Skills Bridge Program for young Vietnamese women.
There were over 16,000 live views of the Opening Ceremony of Skills Bridge Program last June 1st on Ms. Linh Thai's facebook fan page.
The event was the official launch and welcoming of the first batch of the program. Together with TVL Group, the office of the U.S. Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City, the American Chamber of Commerce in Vietnam and Lana Learn cooperated to make the program possible, with sponsorships from M&M Production House and MoveUp app. Mr. Robert Greenan, the Deputy Principal Officer of the U.S. Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City, said that the program is an amazing opportunity for everyone involved. Greenan also mentioned that with the participation of some of the most transformational organizations in Vietnam, the program is set for a major success. He concluded his welcome remarks by congratulating the Twenty-five young women qualifiers.
There were hundreds of registrations for the program and according to the official reports from TVL Group, only 6% were accepted for the first batch.
During the ceremony, mentors for the program also discussed "How to close the skills gap in the modern workplace?." Also in the panel are Ms. Mai Nguyen of Navigos Group and Ms. Anh Vo of Unite. Skills Bridge Program Batch 1 are now learning on MoveUp app's TVL SKILLS BRIDGE learning hub. As of writing, there are nearly 50,000 views of the opening ceremony. If you are interested to know more about the program and future announcements, please visit https://www.thaivanlinh.com/skillsbridge or send a message to email@example.com.