Let’s Create Shared Values with us

It’s not only about corporate social responsibility (CSR)

It’s about creating shared values (CSV)

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During the 2018 – 2019 academic school year, we have been making an impact on all of our stakeholders:

Local Leader

Schools (16 primary schools and 16 lower secondary schools)

Districts, of which, there are 2 districts have extremely economic hardship

Indirect students via extra-curriculum activities and community activities

Local teachers via training and skill learning sessions

Parents via community activities


After more than three months waiting for approval, with a commitment to retain 100% of profits for reinvestment (if profitable), the registration process for Teach For Vietnam has been completed and announced on the National Enterprise Information Portal. We are now officially recognized as a non-profit organization (‘non-profit social enterprise’ to be more exact). To view our legal status, please click on the details below, or visit the National Business Registration Portal at and search our business code ‘0313763176’.



About us: Teach For Viet Nam Education Consulting LLC., (not-for-profit organization). 

Tax number: 0313763176

For donations within Vietnam

Bank account: Cty TNHH Tu van Giao Duc Teach For Viet Nam

Account number: 19866868 (VND) Bank: ACB (Asia Commercial Bank)

Bank branch: Headquater, Ho Chi Minh city For donations outside Vietnam

Swift code: ASCBVNVX

Account number: 24724768 (USD)

Alternative account (if there are issues with transfers to the other)

Bank account: Huynh Hanh Phuc

Account number: 0051000052713

Card number: 9704366800744325019 Bank branch: Quy Nhon city

Bank: Vietcombank (VCB) For PayPal Account and Credit/Debit Card


Tay Ninh local government

Commitment to place Fellows in schools as official teachers, with the vision to improve the human capital of Tay Ninh

Teach for All global network

Strategic partners that provide consulting services, share information and resources , and make connections to potential stakeholders

Deloitte Viet Nam

Auditing services

Hai Dang JSC.,

Accommodations for TFV staff and Fellows during Summer Institute training

Vietravel company

Transportation and accommodations for Fellow candidates during final interviews in Ho Chi Minh City

LIN Centre for Community Development

Legal and consulting services

Nha Quan Ly magazine

Support with the “Commitment to Education Equity” event to share the Teach for All model by Ms Wendy Kopp

SAP social sabbatical program

Support in devising a Measurement and Evaluation (M&E) framework to measure social and emotional learning



U.S. Consulate Ho Chi Minh City

Grant to support Summer Institute training for Fellows before the two-year Fellowship

Tay Ninh local government

Commitment to cover Fellows and coaches salaries over the 2017 – 2019 school years

Teach For All

Planning grant to launch the organization

Mr Nguyen Dinh Kien

Ms Vo Huong Thuy

Mr Nguyen Quoc Phong

Ms Nguyen Thi Ngoc Van

 Chi Duong Thu

Ms Vo Quynh Trang

Ms Pham Van Anh

Mr Le Hoang Linh

Mr Le Phung Hao

Mr Le Hoang Quang Luat

Mr Dao Manh Linh

Mr Nguyen Quang Huy

Mr Dang Tan Phong



Individual supporters

  • To help improve Vietnam education. This also assures that your children will attain an excellent education
Corporate supporter
  • Engagement with classroom and tranining activities of Fellows
Program/School visits

Employees visit our network’s programs to observe schools and engage with the programs’ teachers (Fellows) and their students. There is an opportunity to tailor specific engagement activities to fit with the interests of employees, including direct engagement with students through co-teaching with Fellows, or engaging Fellows in more direct mentorship-focused activities and sharing of career experiences and insights

Teach for Vietnam week

Some of the network’s programs (e.g., Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand) celebrate one week during which the program would seek to focus the engagement of employees in the program’s work and classrooms, including the opportunity to teach alongside or observe Fellows. As well as providing excellent insight into the program this activity also provides the unique opportunity for students to be introduced to various professions, cultures, fields and interests

Renovation projects

Employees could participate in public school renovation projects at schools in partnership with network partners

Student pen pal program

Employees are matched to groups/classes of students in network schools. Through monthly letters, employees from other countries could provide students with a rare opportunity to broaden their understanding of other regions, lifestyles, and cultures

Training Institute

Employees attend a program’s ‘Institute’ which prepares the organization’s cohort of new Fellows for the school year and is at the core of ensuring excellent preparation for its Fellows before they enter the classroom. The company’s engagement in this activity would provide the opportunity for employees to observe the training of Fellows as well as to engage in classroom sample teaching

  • Engagement with Fellows and Alumni
Employee recruiting opportunities

To facilitate access to Fellows as a pipeline for top talent to join the company as staff following the completion of their Fellowships. Opportunities in this area include internships for Fellows during their vacations; guaranteed interview opportunities for Fellows who apply for employment; and networking and information sessions for current and former Fellows

Fellow mentorship

Employees are paired with 1-2 Fellow “mentees” and correspond with them regularly to provide advice and support as Fellows plan their next career move following the Fellowship. This could include providing insight into the mentor’s field of expertise; consultation on drafting a compelling CV, cover letter, or application essay; and mock job or graduate school interviews

Networking events

Employees could participate in networking events for Fellows and industry leaders

Connection activities

Connection activities between Fellows, students and company’s cultures

Corporate or Educational facility field trip

The company could welcome Fellows and students to its facilities to allow them to experience world-class educational and professional facilities

  • Engagement with TFV’s staffs
Support Fellow recruitment and selection

Employees could attend applicant interview days to observe an assessment program and provide professional feedback and get a sense of the qualities our programs seek in a successful candidate

Sharing employee expertise

Employees meet and share expertise directly with partner organization staff that would match employees’ areas of expertise and interests


More information about SDGs

Goal 4: Quality Education

TFV recruits and trains outstanding fellows to teach students and collaborate with current teachers using innovative methods. This “leadership development program” brings a wider variety of talents and resources to the education sector, and builds a broader ecosystem that is invested in education.

Goal 8: Decent work and economic growth

TFV invests in the economic success of Tay Ninh province, and advises the provincial government on training and talent development in agricultural leadership, with the mission of raising the regional GDP from $1800 to $5000 in 5 years.

Goal 9: Industry, innovation and infrastructure

TFV has plans to work with local authorities and corporations to invest in infrastructure and community development in remote areas of Vietnam. In addition to supporting agricultural leadership initiatives in Tay Ninh, TFV will be partnering with Coca-Cola Vietnam’s EKOCENTERS across the country to help promote awareness around women’s economic empowerment, access to clean water, and community well-being.

Goal 10: Reduce inequality

TFV’s focus is on working with disadvantaged students in urban and rural areas across Vietnam.

Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institution

TFV works with local and national governments offices like the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Agriculture, and Ministry of Science and Technology to advocate for communities. The ultimate purpose is for TFV to be a part of the national education agenda.

Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals

TFV builds partnerships with the public, private and NGO sectors by analyzing needs and identifying opportunities for cross-sector collaboration.

Develop young leaders from different backgrounds to build a sustainable ecosystem for education.

© 2016 Teach For Vietnam.
HQ: R4-08, 2 St., Tan Phong Ward,  District 7, Ho Chi Minh City.

Branch: Tay Ninh Youth Center, 30/4 Street, Ward 3, Tay Ninh Province.

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