Outstanding students receive prizes.

This is the third year in a row the management board has organized such a useful summer program for students aged from nine to 15, who are keen on history.

In this year’s program, besides learning how to guide tourists around museums, trainees took part in various charitable activities.

Through an online enrollment, 35 out of 100 students were selected. In one month, they studied history and improved their speaking and presentation skills in eight classes, including one field trip and a reviewing class. Through classes, the trainees are now more interested in history.

During classes, trainees learned five presentation topics, including values of a full life today, lessons about maternal love, comradeship, bravery, and values of today’s peace.

During the program, the trainees visited the Vietnam Friendship Village in Van Canh commune, Hoai Duc district, Hanoi, and presented over VND 10 million in cash and other gifts to victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin and war veterans there.

Outstanding trainees will be fostered to become volunteers at a relic site in the future.

Translated by Mai Huong