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Vocational Training

Children at Remember Nhu homes typically go to the local public school, and sponsors pay for their books and school fees. On top of that, staff and volunteer vocational instructors teach the children English and other vocational skills. After they graduate from school, Remember Nhu children either enter college or a Vocational Training program.

For children in our homes who are not college-bound, giving the child a trade is their hope for the future. Vocational Training can be their hope-filled alternative to college. In this special environment, Volunteer Instructors pass on their skills in such things as sewing, woodworking, jewelry-making, baking or bicycle repair, to our young adults who have been prevented from child sex slavery.

Our vision is to see Vocational Training in each country where Remember Nhu is present. We desire each country to have its own center dedicated to teaching skills for young women and young men. Volunteer instructors from the U.S. are needed for passing on English and skills to these young aspiring dreamers.

Our programs consist of teaching English as a second language, life skills and learning the trade of a visiting instructor. Each apprentice helps to keep a vocational training program in that country running smoothly by sharing chores and cooking. We cannot run these centers without the volunteer help of vocational instructors and interns!

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Sewing Hope

Ordinary people can do big things for ending child sex slavery. Hear the inspirational story of how our first Vocational Training Center came to be. Maybe your story could end up being a similar one?