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Pave a bright future for TJSSS students!

Jobs challenges faced by developing countries are immense.  More than 200 million people worldwide—disproportionately youth—are unemployed. Yet, for the vast majority of Cambodian youths working in the informal sector, getting a steady job that pays a regular salary is no easy feat. 
Perhaps the future of rural youth is not in agriculture jobs. But to carve out a new path in life.
Many poor rural youths desire to work in Phnom Penh to break the cycle of generational poverty. However, they face financial and educational challenges as they were unable to pay for skills and training classes for white collar jobs.  This gives people the means to lift themselves out of poverty.
Our TJSSS course  (Training Job Skills for the Service Sector) equips young school leavers with the needed skills to get a white-collar job. TJSSS provides a 3-months and a 7-months residential training inclusive of accommodation and meals. TJSSS conducts English language, computer, and attitude class.

Watch how TJSSS transform Seak Leng's life

Equip a youth now!

RATTANA, 16 YEARS OLD

My parents are working as farmers. We do not have a house so I live with my grandparents since young. 

My dream is to be an engineer in the future. 

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CHETTRY, 16 YEARS OLD 

My parents do not have money to support my education. But I desire to persevere and fulfill my dream. 

My dream is to start an English school in my village for the children. 

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HUY, 18 YEARS OLD 

Both of my parents passed away when I was young. I have been staying with my grandmother ever since then, but I do not have the money to go to school.

My dream is to be an architect. 

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PHARLY, 17 YEARS OLD 

Both of my parents have passed away since I was young. I stayed in Hope Village (Prey Veng) with my sister. 

My dream is to be a lawyer in the future. 

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CHANTHOEUN, 17 YEARS OLD

Both of my parents are farmers. I am eager to learn English and computer skills to fulfill my dream.

My dream is to be an English teacher

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SREY PUCH, 17 YEARS OLD 

Both of my parents work as farmers. As the youngest child, my parents do not have enough money to support my education. 

My dream is to be an accountant

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