Asiana sets up job training class for women in Vietnam

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Asiana sets up job training class for women in Vietnam


Oh Keun-nyoung, executive vice president of Asiana Airlines’ corporate support division, third from left, poses with students of the air carrier’s second year of the “Beautiful Classroom” project in Hanoi, Vietnam, on Wednesday. [ASIANA AIRLINES]

Asiana Airlines has set up a job training class in Hanoi, Vietnam, to help low-income women in the country.

This is the second time the air carrier has launched a “Beautiful Classroom” project in Vietnam, the company said Thursday.

The project aims to help Vietnamese women build a career and become financially independent. The nonprofit organizations Koica and Goodpeople are cooperating in the company’s social responsibility program.

There are 120 trainees in this round of the project, and they will be taught subjects including English, Korean, computing and accounting.

Last year, 130 students finished the training, and 50 of them found jobs as office workers in local companies, medical centers and elementary schools.

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