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A Brighter Path – Scholarship award ceremony for 147 ethnic minority students in Dong Nai

On July 4th, 2018, 147 ethnic minority students from Dong Nai province received scholarships from The VinaCapital Foundation, Nam A Bank, the Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund and Dong Nai Youth Union.

A Brighter Path - Scholarship award ceremony for 147 ethnic minority students in Dong Nai

This is the first scholarship award ceremony in the campaign of Path to Schools – Brighten up the future. This campaign is part of the A Brighter Path program, which provides scholarships for ethnic minority students nationwide. Previously, A Brighter Path has awarded 7-year scholarships for ethnic minority girls with distinctive academic achievements. This year, thanks to the contribution of Nam A Bank, the opportunities to be awarded with the scholarship are now open to more and more ethnic minority students across Vietnam. During this event, we were honored to welcome Mrs Truong My Hoa – Former Vice President of the State, Chairman of Vu A Dinh Scholarship Fund, senior leaders of Dong Nai Province, Nam A Bank, and The VinaCapital Foundation.

Sự kiện vinh dự được đón Bà Trương Mỹ Hoa – Nguyên Phó Chủ tịch Nước, Chủ tịch Quỹ học bổng Vừ A Dính, các lãnh đạo cấp cao của tỉnh Đồng Nai và Sở Giáo Dục tỉnh Đồng Nai, Nam A Bank và VinaCapital Foundation.

A Brighter Path - Scholarship award ceremony for 147 ethnic minority students in Dong Nai

 

A Brighter Path - Scholarship award ceremony for 147 ethnic minority students in Dong Nai

As Inspiring Ambassador of A Brighter Path, Miss H’Hen Nie awarded the scholarships to outstanding students and spoke with the children of Dong Nai province.

A Brighter Path - Scholarship award ceremony for 147 ethnic minority students in Dong Nai

H’Hen Nie and Nhu Ngoc, a student who was awarded the A Brighter Path _Phase 2 scholarship, shared tips about good time management and reminded students to keep striving in order to achieve their dreams. Miss H’Hen Nie, an E – de minority girl, motivated the audience, “Everyone should nurture a dream no matter what happened in life”. She encouraged the ethnic minority children to have brighter futures by having their own dreams and working hard to realize those dreams.

A Brighter Path - Scholarship award ceremony for 147 ethnic minority students in Dong Nai

 

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