Upon graduation and despite the challenging context due to the pandemic, 85% of the students have secured employment in renowned bakeries, chocolate makers, and hotels and resorts. Some hold managerial positions and some started their own business. Hoa, a graduate of Class 2, shared her experience, “We all understand and empathize with one another because we all had a rough start in life. Therefore, each of us is aware of our situations and encourages one another to try our best and never give up no matter how demanding this bakery career is. It is a career of hard work that requires us to wake up before the sun. It also requires us to be patient, meticulous, skillful, and creative.” Hoa is now a Team Leader at Maison Marou,
Tuong, a student of Class 3, also recalled his time at school, “People argue if they should help those in need by giving them the fishing rod or the fish. The school has given us the “fishing rod.” What we have at hand now is a professional skill to ensure not only a stable job but also a promising career. We have also changed our personalities: We are now more outgoing, more confident, more patient, and laugh more often. The school has changed us, changed our fates, and given us a chance to build a brighter future.”
Tuong, a student of Class 3, laughed looking at himself from 2 years ago in the video recap.