Upcoming Events at The American Center in Saigon (March 23 – March 27)


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[Women’s History Month] Building self-confidence for women
Time: Monday, March 23, 2:00 p.m.
Speaker: Caroline Nabors, English Language Fellow
This is a great opportunity for tips to enhance your confidence in public and professional settings. Come join Ms. Caroline Nabors in her discussion about what women can do to empower themselves.

Public Speaking Skills: Conquer Fear, Conquer English
Time: Monday, March 23, 5:00 p.m.
Speaker: Tony Ngo, E2 Co-founder and Chairman
Do you get nervous speaking English? Do you feel embarrassed before you open your mouth? Do you ever freeze up in front of a group? We’ll introduce and practice techniques that can help you express your ideas confidently and persuasively, This is intended for anyone who wants to become better at English, from grade school students to adults.

Food and You: You are more powerful than you think
Time: Tuesday, Mach 24, 2:00 p.m.
Speaker: Robert Lucius, Asia Pacific Programs, Humane Society International
In this presentation, we will discuss relationships between personal food choices, national and global food trends, and their dietary implications for public health, climate change, the environment, animal welfare and global food security. You’ll learn why the food you eat matters in more ways that you realize, and how you can change the world with your chopsticks.

[MOOC Camp – How to Learn] Discussion Session 2 – How to Learn: Powerful Mental Tools to Help You Master Tough Subjects
Time: Tuesday, March 24, 5:30 p.m.
Speaker: Tuan Anh, facilitator
[Women’s History Month] Reflection on Gender: Let’s Talk about You
Time: Wednesday, March 25, 2:00 p.m.
Speaker: Ms. Marianne Oehlers, UNICEF
Have you ever thought or asked yourself “What does equality mean?”, “What are the roles of men and women in society?”, or “Why can my sibling do things I can’t?, then this is the event for you. During this presentation, we will ask you to be the leader. We will spend time exploring what is understood about gender, what it means to you, your peers, and your community. The goal is to start a thought-provoking and open conversation between young people to see what we can do together in 2015.

[Soft Skills Training Series] Session 4: Negotiating for salaries
Time: Wednesday, March 25, 5:00 p.m.
Speaker: Minh Do, Editor at Tech In Asia
Need tips on how to discuss your salary with an employer? This session with Mr. Minh Do will help you learn how to do it right when negotiating.

[Entrepreneurship Workshop] Understanding Entrepreneurship
Date: Thursday, March 26, 5:30 p.m.
Speaker: Esther Nguyen
Plan to start a business? Come join entrepreneur Esther Nguyen to learn about entrepreneurship and startups. Esther will cover what it takes to make a great entrepreneur and share examples of great entrepreneurs in Vietnam.

[Women’s History Month] American Classic’s Film Series: Adam’s Rib
Date: Thursday, March 26, 5:00 p.m.
Speaker: Chris Helmkamp, Consulate Officer
Calling all movie lovers: The American Classics Film Series has been on hiatus during the AC renovation, but we’re back with an even bigger, better cinematic experience! Join us in Women’s History Month to screen and discuss a 1949 comedy about the rapidly changing role of women in American society after World War II.

[Women’s History Month] Empowering Women through Dancing
Date: Friday, March 27, 2:00 p.m.
Speaker: Emily Navarra, Dance Artist
[Women’s History Month] Weaving the Stories of Women’s Lives
Date: Friday, March 27, 5:00 p.m.
Speaker: Pilar Quigua, Consulate Officer
March marks Women’s History Month, highlighting the stories of women’s life, their choices, and the achievements. Come hear inspiring stories and continue to tell the world who women are and what they can accomplish today.


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