OUR CORE VALUES:
1. Education empowers. We believe that education unlocks the door to greater potential and empowers people to make good decisions that lead to a brighter future for all of humankind.
2. Honesty is the only policy. Authenticity, sincerity, and transparency are not only paramount, they’re non-negotiable.
3. Lead by example. We don’t point the finger and wait for others to take action, or only lead with our words; we are always ready to get our hands dirty and to show others how it’s done.
4. Celebrate differences. There’s a reason we see differently, our differences are not a liability, they are our strength.
5. Preserve culture. We are not here to impose our cultural values on others, we are here to learn as much as we are here to give. We encourage others to discover and protect the inherent value of other cultures.
6. Leave your mark. Each person has something to contribute, each person can leave this world a little better than they found it. The best way to leave your mark is by serving others.
7. Pass it on. We show our compassion for all of humanity when we take the time to teach others! Educating other people about the devastating effects of poverty around the world while giving them the opportunity to achieve their dreams and encouraging them to give and get involved are the best ways to pass it on and make a lasting impact.
What you will gain from this project:
· A memorable and rewarding experience
· Enhancement of your teaching skills.
· An opportunity to see rural Vietnam and interact with local people closely- gaining
knowledge about the culture, language and traditions.
Why We Need You:
· Join your hands to break the fear of speaking English.
· Bring a brighter future to all people especially children from the rural areas in
· Given the condition of our rural elementary schools, volunteers will be providing
valuable support and enhancing conversational English to the students to
improve their communication skills.
· The volunteers’ objective should not be to teach the intricacies of grammar; this is
something the students can get from their textbook and local teachers. The
volunteer’s objective should be to motivate the children and adults to learn
English. As educators are aware, students can best be engaged when lessons
are organized, relevant, challenging, interesting, interactive, and also when the
instructor is enthusiastic, empathic, and encouraging.