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  • EVENT PROPOSALAnnual ConferenceYOU CAN DO IT 2011USGUIDE – WE SHARE | WE GROW | WE SUCCEEDMay, 2011
  • “YOU CAN Overview ofDO IT 2011” You Can Do It USGuide Introduction
  • 30 minute 30 minutes 1 hour 1 hour Incoming Information School or VIP students/ session application speakers’ alumni USGuide process speeches panel introduction introduction discussionSpeech by • School  Information on the Incoming studentsoutstanding introduction by application process for of U.S universitiesalumni from alumni, current graduate study to share experienceuniversities in the students or programs in the U.S on what makesU.S. on how their incoming students  In-depth analysis their successcareer and • Introduction of into the application storiespersonal USGuide – mission, process 1 panel on:developments organizational  MBA orbenefited from structure,  M.S & PhDU.S. education milestones, contribution to the community
  • Time & Date:8:00 – 12:00 Saturday, June 4, 2011Venue: (Expected)Conference Room, Institute of International Relations,Chua Lang Street, Dong Da District, Hanoi, VietnamScale: (Expected)600 participantsPartner: (Expected) The International Institute of Education – IIE Vietnam Scholarship programs - VEF, Fulbright U.S universities: o The University of Chicago Booth School of Business o Standford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University o The Wharton School- University of Pennsylvania o Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University o Goizueta Business School, Emory University o Carlson School of Management, Minnesota University o The Stephen M.Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
  • 1 hour 30 minutes 30 minutes 1.5 hours The application VIP Information process and Panel speakers’ booth USGuide discussion speeches activitiesVisit information VIP speakers to  Information on the Incoming studentsbooths of deliver speech on application process for of U.S universitiesUSGuide’s the career and graduate study to sharepartners personal programs in the U.S experience.(expected): developments  Introduction of 2 separate panels Scholarship thanks to U.S. USGuide – mission, on:programs - VEF, education organizational  MBAFulbright structure, milestones,  M.S & PhD U.S universities contribution to the community
  • Time & Date:8:00 – 12:00 Saturday, June 18, 2011Venue: (Expected)3rd floor, Ocean Park Building, 1 Dao Duy Anh Street,Dong Da District, Hanoi, VietnamScale: (Expected)600 participantsPartner: (Expected) The International Institute of Education – IIE Vietnam Scholarship programs - VEF, Fulbright U.S universities: o The University of Chicago Booth School of Business o Standford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University o The Wharton School- University of Pennsylvania o Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University o Goizueta Business School, Emory University o Carlson School of Management, Minnesota University o The Stephen M.Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
  • Time & Date:8:00 – 12:00 Saturday, June 25, 2011Venue: (expected)Youth cultural palace4 Phạm Ngọc Thạch, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, VietnamScale: (expected)300 participantsPartner: (Expected) The International Institute of Education – IIE Vietnam Scholarship programs - VEF, Fulbright U.S universities: o The University of Chicago Booth School of Business o Standford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University o The Wharton School- University of Pennsylvania o Fisher College of Business, The Ohio State University o Goizueta Business School, Emory University o Carlson School of Management, Minnesota University o The Stephen M.Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
  • CONTACT POINTNGUYEN THU TRANG (Ms.)President – Board of OrganizationTel: +84 9732 29118trang.thu.nguyen@us-guide.orgPHAN XUAN CANH (Mr.)Vice President- Board of OrganizationTel: +84 9874 33450 canh.phan@us-guide.org
  • YOU CAN DO IT OVERVIEW OF 2011 YOU CAN DO IT USGuide Introduction
  • 1 USGuide’s annual conference, first held in 20062 Mission: To inspire and provide up-dated information for students/ young professionals who desire to pursue graduate study in the U.S3 Expanding in scale and quality ▪ > 100 participants in 2006 ▪ > 500 participants in 2008 ▪ > 800 participants in 20104 With the participation of successful professionals and incoming students and alumni of U.S. universities With the support from well-established education5 organizations/programs (IIE, VEF, Fulbright) and U.S. universities
  • Number of participants Ho Chi Minh City Hanoi 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 * * Expected
  • Participants stated "You Can Do It changed my life" (1)
  • “USGuide annual conferences inspired me. Sittingamong the audience for 2 continuous years, Iwished that one day I would be one guest speaker,sharing my success application story! Thisaspiration motivated me to start my application.” Mr. Nguyen Hai VinhMBA Class of 2012, Stanford Graduate School of Business Stanford University “I took part in “You Can Do It” conference in 2009 and 2010, which instilled in me the Can-do spirit and equipped me with invaluable insights into my desired MBA programs. I benefited from alumni of prestigious schools sharing their first-hand experience in the States." Ms. Dao Mai Huong MBA Class of 2013, Goizueta Business School, Emory University
  • You Can Do It 2010Mr. Nguyen Hoanh Tien - VNG You Can Do It 2010 Ms. Dam Bich Thuy - ANZ
  • You Can Do It – Memorable moments (2)
  • 1 Inspire 1000 students/ young professionals to pursue overseas graduate study & improve knowledge on the application process2 Create opportunities for participants to network: ▪ Those who share the same ambition ▪ Representatives of well-known U.S universities ▪ Prestigious educational organizations/ scholarship programs Organization Plan- “You Can Do It 2011” ▪ Potential employers3 Provide information on the application process and USGuide’s supporting activities4 Appear in popular media channels ▪ “Cửa sổ du học” program – Hanoi television ▪ Online newspapers - Vnexpress.net, Vietnamnet.vn ▪ Forums - Vietmba.com, Usguide.org.vn, ttvnol.com
  • YOU CAN DO IT Overview of 2011 You Can Do It
  • 1 A non-profit organization established and run by a group of Vietnamese students and young professionals2 Missions: to operate on an absolutely voluntary basis for the good of the community in the “Pay it forward” spirit3 A broad network of members ▪ 5000 students ▪ > 500 active members ▪ Core members are current students or alumni of world-class universities in the United States ▪ World-wide network4 Supported by well-known education organizations/ programs (IIE, VEF, Fulbright), and universities in the United States5 Active since 1997 Aims to become most prestigious non-profit organization that6 provides consultancy on education in the United States
  • Diversify and improve offline Expanded activities into HCMC First annual meeting You Offline activities Developed the Can Do It diversified content of held 2006-present offline operation Developed self- Offline activities No of members studying system expanded reached 5000 2006 Official website usguide.org.vn Offline in operation operation 2004 Housed at: Online activities www.topica.com expanded 2001-2003USGuide was Onlineestablished operation 1999Establishment1997
  • • Facilitate group studies and the sharing of information USGuide’s Self-studying and Library Project  Organize TOEFL, GMAT, GRE self-studying groups, facilitate the sharing of effective studying methods and materials  Organized 40 TOEFL, 9 GMAT and 9 GRE classes in 2009 USGuide’s Mentoring Project  Connect Mentors (incoming students of U.S universities) with Mentees (students/ young professionals who desire to pursue post-graduate study in the U.S.)  A network of tens of mentors in more than 20 universities in the U.S.
  • • Workshops on the U.S. education and capacity building 18- 24/07/2010 Annual Conference 13/11/2010 16/01/2010 “You can do Seminar Workshop it – Boost “How to “How to your life have an write your through effective SOP” education” LOR” 06/2010 4/2010 09/01/2011 Info session Info session Info session “How to win “How to win “Finance a Fulbright a VEF Career interview” interview” Track”
  • • Website & Forum Facilitate information sharing process and networking for students and young professionals who are interested in:  Standardized tests GRE/TOEFL/GMAT  Information on application process  Successful examples in the application process … and other related topics