Vietnamese ICT outstanding students can learn the latest technologies such as 5G, AI, cloud computing, IoT from the Seeds for the Future 2020 programme. — Photo courtesy of Huawei
HÀ NỘI — Huawei Việt Nam has officially launched its Seeds for the Future 2020 programme for outstanding information and communication technologies (ICT) students in the country’s universities and colleges.
Seeds for the Future is Huawei’s flagship global corporate social responsibility (CSR) programme. The programme was launched in 2015 in Việt Nam. This programme aims to develop skilled, local ICT talent and bridge communication between countries and cultures.
Speaking at the launching ceremony, Jay Chen, vice president of Huawei Asia Pacific Region, said: "Talent is so important for the growth and development of any industry and the rapidly growing ICT industry has greatly changed business models and customer requirements. As a result, across the ICT ecosystem there is an urgent need for large numbers of technical staff who can address the challenges posed by this transformation.”
In 2020, despite the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, travel is limited, the fifth Huawei Việt Nam’s Seeds for the Future programme will continue to be deployed in the form of online training.
Students can learn the latest technologies such as 5G, AI, cloud computing, IoT on the dedicated Huawei iLearning X learning platform.
Sun Bohan, CEO of Huawei Vietnam, said: “Huawei Vietnam will continue to hold Seeds for the Future activities in the future and hope to co-operate with domestic universities to help build the system. Students will be the key pillars for building digital Việt Nam in the future. I hope you can appreciate your learning opportunities and contribute to digital transformation in the country.” — VNS