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#Decent Work And Economic Growth #Social Enterprise

Project ID – 1227261

Earliest Starting Date

1 Jun 2020

Duration

6 Weeks

Latest End Date

15 Jun 2020

Application Deadline

18 Mar 2020

Vacancies

2

About the project

Sustainable Development Goals

Decent Work And Economic Growth

In this program, you will work with a social enterprise called Dao’s Care, which employs visually impaired people and train them to be skilled therapists. You will have a chance to get a look at one of the Vietnamese ethnic minorities herbal baths and remedies.

Joining this project, you can challenge yourself with diverse activities, make social and local impact, and feel the lovingly and healthy lifestyle, taking a break from the chaotic daily life of the city.

main activities

  • Customer service and marketing in the spa, build up marketing plans with employees in the enterprise

  • Translate documents: menu, posters, web content, online posts

  • Analyze customer behaviors through methods such as interview, survey

  • Teaching English/ Japanese/ Korean to managers, receptionists and employees

  • Prepare tests for employees, write progress report and update with managers

  • Prepare lessons before teaching

eligibility requirement

backgrounds

Marketing, Education

skills

Market Research, Language Teaching, Solution Orientation, Problem Solving, Adaptability

citizenships

No preferences

languages

English (required)

education level

Associate Degree, Bachelor (Suitable for Year 1-4), Doctorate, Masters

AIESEC SUPPORT

visa and logistics

9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Saturdays are working

– Accommodation is provided

– 1 meal per day provided

VISA
Type: Business
Duration: 3 Months
 
INSURANCE
Required for all

Host AIESEC Office

AIESEC in FTU Hanoi (ftu.hnvn@aiesec.net)

Application Procedure

Project fee

To be paid once you are accepted

HKD$ 2,984+ $750 deposit
  • Provide meals and accomodation
  • 24/7 Support from International SOS
  • 1-to-1 Manager taking care your whole trip
  • Various leadership spaces and administrative costs

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