The start of a new journey.

VCSA Vancouver was established in November 2014 by seven core team members who saw a fundamental need in Vancouver for Vietnamese group that would be dedicated to the advancement of Vietnamese youth. With this mission in mind, the group formed VCSA Vancouver, a chapter of the North American non-profit organization, the Vietnamese Culture and Science Association.

Our mission: To promote the advancement of Vietnamese youth in Vancouver in the areas of Leadership, Education, Professionalism, Cultural Heritage, and Community Activism.

Over the next three years, VCSA Vancouver is committed to three annual programs: Len Duong Camp, The Vietnamese Youth and Professional Mentorship Program, and the annual Cultural Event.

Vietnamese Culture and Science Association

The Vietnamese Culture and Science Association (VCSA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Vietnamese American organization founded in 1990. It has over 500 members, mostly young Vietnamese-American professionals in Houston, the U.S. and Canada. Based in Houston, Texas, it has chapters in Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas; San Diego, California; Washington DC; Toronto, Ontario; and Vancouver, British Columbia.

Vietnamese Culture and Science Association promotes excellence in education, leadership and skills development through culture and science. The organization encourages multi-generational and cross-cultural collaborations. VCSA fosters civic participation in the mainstream and Vietnamese America/Canada.

For more information on VCSA, please visit: http://www.vcsa.org/

History

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Our moto

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What we do

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Why us

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