The UNESCO Centre for Culture and Education yesterday kicked off its Today’s Voice Contest 2016 for Vietnamese youth aged 18-29 across the country.— Photo daidoanket.vn
HCM CITY— The UNESCO Centre for Culture and Education yesterday kicked off its Today’s Voice Contest 2016 for Vietnamese youth aged 18-29 across the country.
The annual competition with the theme “Việt Nam Youth Capital” aims to help young Vietnamese invest in developing personal assets, thereby bringing benefits to themselves and the country.
The contest’s main message is that “every young person should know their personal properties so they can manage and develop them effectively”, according to Đỗ Hà My, the contest’s project manager.
In the first round starting on April 25, contestants will take Global Potential Quotient (GPQ) tests and set personal records online.
A total of 800 candidates will be selected to participate in the second round.
The best team will receive a prize worth a total of VNĐ200 million (US$8,900) in cash.
The competition expects to attract 5,000 candidates. — VNS