Báo cáo internship report 2 - thực tập bằng tiếng anh

The internship timetable at: “Giving It Back To Kids” Organizations. From January 10th 2010 to March 5th 2010 I would report my job and the problems of acquisition by myself as follows: I. Introduce about “Giving It Back To Kids”. II. Job description. III. The personal experience acquired through the trainee. IV. Some of creative ideas about my experience. In our country, translators and interpreters by profession are increasingly valued in the context of integration with the world. Vietnam has become an official member of WTO, the need for translators and interpreters of languages, especially English continue to increasing. Translators and interpreters become an important bridge about language and culture. As principle, after completing all the subjects of Department, each 4th year student will have a graduation practice program. Graduation practice round is considered one of the mandatory test for senior students. The contents of the internship program are aimed to train for students the capable of independent in thought and work. The goal of this internship program is to help us to apply the knowledge learned according to a scientific and creative way into life. So I had an internship time at “Giving It Back To Kids” Organization. During the time internship at the organization, I learned many useful lessons for myself. I would like to express my deep gratitude the teachers at foreign language department of Duy Tan University for your devoted help to us. I would like to thank the dedicated guide of Mrs. BUI THI CHANH. I also would like to thank the program director as well as the program assistants at “Giving It Back To Kids” Organization for their help to me complete my mission in this internship time. Thank you sincerely! Student

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DUYTAN UNIVERSITY DUY TAN UNIVERSITY ENGLISH DEPARTMENT --- – & — --- THE SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM Independence – Freedom - Happiness --- › ó š --- Da Nang, February 19th, 2010 INTERNSHIP REPORT Full name: Quach Ly Ly. Date of birth: October 12th, 1989 Class : K13NAB Foreign Language Department The internship timetable at: “Giving It Back To Kids” Organizations. From January 10th 2010 to March 5th 2010 I would report my job and the problems of acquisition by myself as follows: I. Introduce about “Giving It Back To Kids”. II. Job description. III. The personal experience acquired through the trainee. IV. Some of creative ideas about my experience. Yours sincerely! Student (Sign) Quach Ly Ly ACKNOWLEDGEMENT š&› ------------------------------------------- In our country, translators and interpreters by profession are increasingly valued in the context of integration with the world. Vietnam has become an official member of WTO, the need for translators and interpreters of languages, especially English continue to increasing. Translators and interpreters become an important bridge about language and culture. As principle, after completing all the subjects of Department, each 4th year student will have a graduation practice program. Graduation practice round is considered one of the mandatory test for senior students. The contents of the internship program are aimed to train for students the capable of independent in thought and work. The goal of this internship program is to help us to apply the knowledge learned according to a scientific and creative way into life. So I had an internship time at “Giving It Back To Kids” Organization. During the time internship at the organization, I learned many useful lessons for myself. I would like to express my deep gratitude the teachers at foreign language department of Duy Tan University for your devoted help to us. I would like to thank the dedicated guide of Mrs. BUI THI CHANH. I also would like to thank the program director as well as the program assistants at “Giving It Back To Kids” Organization for their help to me complete my mission in this internship time. Thank you sincerely! Student QUACH LY LY CHAPTER I INTRODUCE ABOUT GIVING IT BACK TO KIDS General information: “Giving It Back To Kids” is a non-profit corporation set up in 2002 by Mr. Robert Kalatschan – President and Founder of the organization. Mission of “Giving It Back To Kids” is to help kids achieve their maximum potential through medical care, education, nutrition and love. People in “Giving It Back To Kids” believe that integrity and accountability are secondary only to the children themselves. They have worked hard to keep their costs down so more of donators’ money goes to where it is needed - to the projects and people who are supporting the children in need. All donations are tax deductible according to state and federal guidelines. They receive all donations at: Giving it Back to Kids, Inc. 10112 Stonybrook Drive Huntington Beach, CA 92646 Phone: Toll Free 866.342.GIVE (4483) In Viet Nam, the organization’s head office is in Da Nang city. “Giving It Back To Kids” organization has had many projects to help children in Da Nang as well as nationwide. Location: 122 Luong Nhu Hoc Street, Da Nang City. Website: Phone/Fax: (84.511) 3622337 “Giving It Back To Kids” Staff: The organization has board of directors, of whom are four board members and one president follow as: Robert Kalatschan is the founder and President of “Giving It Back To Kids”. Robert and his wife, Dorothea, made a pilgrimage to Vietnam to adopt their daughter. It was during this trip that Robert's heart went out to the "less fortunate" children who were not going home with new families. According to Robert and Dorothea, "I knew then we had to reach out with love and make a difference in the lives of children!" Robert has been a successful entrepreneur in the food and hospitality industry for most of his life, and is now using his success and business skills toward his passion - to help kids around the world. “Giving It Back To Kids” hopes to be that vehicle for all those who want to make a difference in the lives of "less fortunate" children. E-Mail: robert@givingitbacktokids.org Bruce Binkley (Board Member) was a successful businessman in 1984. He give “a hope and a future” to the aliens, the widows, and the orphans through his employment. John Scudder (Board Member) has lived in Newport Beach, California, for the better part of fifty years. John is the Director of Charities for the Travelers of Gulliver's group, based at Gulliver's Restaurant, Newport Beach, California and is president of the Marjorie Mosher Schmidt Foundation. Steve Tsubota (Board Member) is a trustee of the Tsubota Charitable Foundation, which serves and supports social causes around the world.  With an emphasis on charitable efficiency and venture philanthropy, the fund partners with organizations providing relief in the United States, Africa, Bolivia, Ecuador, Honduras, Romania, and Vietnam.  Health promotion, orphanage support, logistics, child advocacy, micro-enterprise, poverty reduction, low cost housing, and sustainable food programs are amongst the activities supported by the foundation. Bob Stephens (Board Member) has been a volunteer with Giving It Back To Kids since it’s inception in 2002, and has made numerous trips to Vietnam on behalf of the organization. Bob has an Associate of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Golden West College, and has received additional specialized training from the U. S. Secret Service and Department of Justice. In Da Nang city, “Giving It Back To Kids” organization has seven staffs with program director - Mrs. Tong Thi Thanh Tam and program assistants. Projects of “Giving It Back To Kids” organization: Housing: “Giving It Back To Kids” seeks out and qualifies extremely impoverished families living in shacks constructed of whatever materials the family can find, and in many cases have no house at all but are living with a friend or relative. The floors are usually dirt, the walls are so thin that the wind blows through, and the roof leaks. During the rainy season, October through December rainfall in many areas is 45-47 inches or more. All in all, it’s an unsatisfactory condition for the children. “Giving It Back To Kids” is able to construct a home for $1,750.00, including a toilet. Medical: Basic medical care is offered at little or no cost. Medicines, tests, x-rays, CTscans, many surgeries, prosthetic, crutches, wheelchairs, needed food and vitamins are not. Any special procedure must be paid for by the patient. “Giving It Back To Kids” is able to come along side and help children from poor families in several areas. Some of these are: Corrective orthopedic surgeries; there are many children who live with correctable deformities and injuries. In many countries cleft pallets and club feet are corrected at birth. Not so in Vietnam. “Giving It Back To Kids” is able to fund a cleft pallet surgery for as little as $60 or do a corrective surgery that will allow a child to walk for a few hundred dollars. This fund also covers other types of birth defects and injuries from accidents. “Giving It Back To Kids” has funded Life Saving heart surgeries, costing from $1500-$3000. What's a child's life worth? Personally, It is difficult to find the words to tell you what it feels like to see a child take his first steps unassisted, or to see the look in a parent's eyes when they discover that someone is going to provide the funds for a surgery that will allow their child to live. In many of the orphanages the children have enough to eat, yet they are undernourished. “Giving It Back To Kids” has established several ongoing funds that enable the orphans to have regular supplements and access to antibiotics when they are needed. As with housing, a little goes a long way. Education: “Giving It Back To Kids” believes that a child must be allowed and encouraged to get an education. One of the ways to help is by building kindergartens in remote areas. Building kindergartens enables these young children to get that initial foundation and gain a better chance to continue their education. “Giving It Back To Kids” also has a bicycle program. The organization is able to provide a bicycle for a child for $77.00. These are given to those children who live a distance from school. The bicycle keeps kids in school and learning! “Giving It Back To Kids” has been funding street kids programs. This entails providing support and equipment (when needed) to teach them skills for a specific trade, allowing them to gain employment. Orphanage Support: According to the reports, between 25% - 30% of children living in orphanages is malnourished. In Vietnam, the kids living in orphanages often have full stomachs from rice but rarely get the nutrition they need. “Giving It Back To Kids” has ongoing food, vitamin and milk programs at several orphanages in Central Vietnam. These programs have helped immensely in the children's health. In addition we provide other needs as they come about. “Giving It Back To Kids” feel it is important to encourage children to dream and have hope of a future. And to not only give hope and encourage dreaming, it is vital that these precious ones are also given the tools and opportunity to achieve these dreams. It is by through these “Giving It Back To Kids” sponsored homes. The organization also is able to encourage them and even evaluate strengths and weaknesses of each child. And address them individually. Every child deserves an opportunity! Bicycles: Children use the bicycles go to school, the bikes really help them save time that would be spent walking from place to place, time that they can now spend learning in school. Since the making of our bicycle video, bicycle cost has increased to $77.00. A bike not only enables a child to get to school avoiding the drain of a walk in the heat and humidity of Vietnam, it also cuts their travel time dramatically. Children are needed to help with work at home. Unfortunately, the families will often keep their children home to work in the fields, even though they recognize the need for an education. With a bike the child arrives home in better condition and in time to help with the work. The bicycle keeps kids in school and learning! Wheelchair Program Being from a country where handicap accessibility is law, it is hard to imagine that so many people spend their lives either crawling on the ground or having to depend on others to move or for the simplest of life's necessities. Through our partnership with Free Wheelchair Mission www.freewheelchairmission.org, we are able to provide mobility to thousands. FWM provides the wheelchairs and shipping to a major port. All the rest of the responsibility is “Giving It Back To Kids”. We work with local authorities and groups to provide transportation to distribution points, to assemble, store, and to distribute the chairs. When helping someone who has spent a good portion of their lives crawling on the ground, get onto their wheelchair for the first time, it's an amazing experience. The gratitude that is expressed through a look, or perhaps the firm grasp of a hand, is more than can be put into words. When they see that for the first time in their lives, they do not have to look up to see someone, but rather look from an eye to eye level, the self respect begins to flood their being. It's unbelievable what happens to the man without legs, in his chair for the first time. You'll see his eyes begin to glow with hope; one more time perhaps he can begin to regain his dignity and self respect. Maybe now with this simple gift of mobility he will be able to earn a small living. To witness this is beyond words. Since the making of our wheelchair video the actual wheelchair distribution has increased to over 46,000 wheelchairs distributed! Orthopedic Surgery Disaster Relief Fathers House In Vietnam when a young, unwed girl becomes pregnant, due to the shame to her family, she usually has 2 choices; abortion or keeping her child. To keep her child, she must move away from her village and start a new life alone. Imagine being alone and pregnant, having to start a new life alone! At the Father's House young unwed girls are welcomed in. Mother's are encouraged to move into The Father's House as soon as possible. In the home the scared, expectant, mother will be taken care of nutritionally, medically and in an environment to nurture her emotionally. Giving It Back To Kids' hope is to provide a safe and secure environment for these young mothers to be able to have the freedom to choose if they want to keep their child, free from undue outside influence. The mothers must agree to stay at least 6 months after the birth of their baby. She's expected to follow all of the house rules, be active in the house, and learn to take care of her new born. If the mother decides to stay beyond 6 months she must be actively pursuing either an education, or a higher level of vocational training. In a word, something that will allow her to raise her child with some financial dignity. As the mother feels comfortable with the idea, we will work to reunite her with her family. Often, the mother has married the fathers of their child. When a young mother sees what it takes to raise a child, and decides that she is too young or it is too much, we work with local officials to make sure the child gets placed into a safe environment; a place we can be sure the baby will not be sold off to traffickers or be abandoned. It has been a great joy to see this program in its infancy, to see mothers reunited with their parents, several marrying the father of their child, and others gain self respect in learning to take care of themselves and their child. Chapter Two Job Description

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