Mr. Canh D. Tran - The U.S. Education AdvisorÔng tran duc canh

“For my 43 years in the United States, I have taught at the university level, consulted several colleges and universities on student recruitment and career development, advised thousands of college students for successful college admission, and managed the most successful workforce development department in the country. I want to bring the knowledge, experience I gained over the years to help Vietnamese students to gain admission at leading schools in the U.S.”


Mr. Tran has been a major contributor to the US-Vietnam education relations for a quarter of the century, his involvement ranging from the Fulbright Program to Vietnam Education Foundation (VEF), from the very beginning. He was recently appointed to the Vietnam National Board of Education and Workforce Development by Vietnam’s Prime Minister to help formulate policies and develop long-term strategies for the country’s education and workforce development. Tran is a Harvard university graduate.

  • Member of Admission Selection Committee at Harvard University;
  • Board Member of the Northeast Consortium of Colleges and Universities in Massachusetts;
  • Director of Employment and Training, Workforce Development Division of Massachusetts’ State government (US). 



Ms. Mai N. Dao – Co-founder

"As a mother of three, I have spent lots of time searching for the right school environment to send my children to study in the United States. I understand how difficult and stressful it is for parents to make such a big decision concerning their child’s future education. I am co-founding the NEEC with the goal to best equip parents and students with education information and planning, and a career path that will lead to successful placements in US schools".