Equip education and training institutions with the tools they need to develop a workforce with market-driven skills. Connect job seekers with high-growth industries. Provide employers with skilled, work-ready graduates. Promote economic development, engagement and ASEAN integration.
Equip education and training institutions with the tools they need to develop a workforce with market-driven skills. Connect job seekers with high-growth industries. Provide employers with skilled, work-ready graduates. Promote economic development, engagement and ASEAN integration.Learn more JOIN NOW
The teacher becomes the student as instructors from five Mekong Learning Centers (MLCs) come together during August 19-21, 2017 for the MekongSkills2Work (MS2W) Innovation Challenge Workshop at the Faculty of Engineering, Mahidol University, Thailand. In collaboration with Texas A&M Engineering - we armed instructors in the Lower Mekong with markers, duct tape and clay to solve real-world problems in a matter of hours.
Call to innovate! In order to accelerate a sustainable path to improving your communities, MekongSkills2Work Network invites young innovators to participate in one of our region’s biggest Challenges - apply your technology skills and innovative approaches to solve real world problems with Cisco's APJ Global Problem Solver ChallengeLearn more
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Connect with education institutions to influence the development of your future workforce and link students to job opportunities in your industry.Become our partner
Everyone who contributes to certain changes is a change agent. However, leaders, managers, and supervisors in an organization play various key roles for successful and lasting change. Leaders can serve as change agents to act as powerful forces to start, maintain, and ensure permanent change occurs.Learn more
USAID Mission Director for Cambodia, visited the University of South-East Asia (USEA) on September 13 to participate in a hands-on and technology-based learning activity in a USEA classroom. The learning activity used the USAID COMET innovative instructional model implemented at USEA and highlight the skills gained through project-oriented learning activities.
“All over the world employers are saying that learners have sufficient skills to be useful and trainable; but they don't have the right attitude and they don't have sufficient work experience. Our learners are expressing a desire for more opportunities to spend time in the workplace.”
Find out more about what are the key growth sectors, how technology becomes an important element in business, and what drives the needs of the labor market in the Lower Mekong sub-region.Learn more
Our industry partners are key to the success of the MekongSkills2Work network. By working together, we can help address the mismatch between labor supply and demand in the Lower Mekong Sub-region.Learn more