Bo Phyu was born on the Thai-Burmese border in the South of Thailand. He studied at the Special English Program (SEP) and Wide Horizons (WH), and after he graduated got a job at Youth Connect Foundation (YCF). “I’m happy to work with Youth Connect Foundation,” he says, “because I love to work with young people.” I have worked with YCF for six years.
My name is Give. I have been working here since 2011. I am a Thai Trainer. When I first started working at YCF, it is was very nervous for me because I could not speak any Burmese. I improved my social skills and training skills. I want students to be independent in their lives so they can communicate with Thai people in their workplace.
Nam has been living in Thailand since she was 4 years old with her family. She graduated from a migrant high school and some additional education programs. After she graduated from a nurse aid course at Mae Sot hospital, she joined to work with Youth Connect Foundation in 2012 as a Thai and Life skills trainer. She loves her job as a trainer and now she is working and studying to improve her skills.
Mg Mg Zan came to YCF as an intern student from Wide Horizons School, which is supported by World Education. He finished internship at Youth Connect Foundation in Macr 2014 and started working as a Life Skills Trainer in April 2014.. Mg Mg Zan believes, “I am very proud of the YCF because the organization guide migrant students from Thai-Burma border to get a good job in the future. I believe it is so great and also very dependable foundation for the students on the border.”
I have been living in Thailand since I was 14 years old and I studied at BHSOH School. After I graduated from BHSOH, I studied at the Wide Horizons Program. Afetr finishing Wide Horizons, I did my internship at BHSOH School. I worked at BHSOH School for 3 years. Now, I am working at YCF as a Life Skills Trainer and I am very excited and happy to be working at YCF. I am married and have 1 son named Judah.
My name is Saw Andrew Sai. I am a Thai trainer. I arrived in Thailand when I was 13 years old. I started my Thai classes at Wat Don Kaew. At There I saw many Thai guys who are smart. (I said to myself) Yui! if you want to get a job like them you should try more than them. I decide to work at Youth Connect Foundation because I want to share my Thai language skills with students who have the same situation like me.