Dream Learn Work’s mission is to create opportunities for a brighter future through education and professional qualification for young people in vulnerable socio-economic situations in Rio de Janeiro.
In the second half of 2019 we received invitations from many partner companies to take our students to visit their headquarters. These events are crucial for young people to have contact with the professional world.
In partnership with Instituto Mar e Portos – IMAPOR we are carrying out a Maritime Agent course, focused on training people to become agents, something unprecedented in Brazil.
Last month we took some DLW volunteers and friends to the Bola Pra Frente Institute, one of our partner NGOs, so they could get a close look at our work and meet some students.
At the end of September our students had the incredible opportunity to visit two different environments of Wood, one of our partner companies.
Continuing our interview series, Marceli from Abrigo Rainha Silvia talked a little bit about her past, her present, and her dreams and expectations for her and her daughter’s future. Check it out:
On July 19th our team visited our partner NGO Karanba, located in São Gonçalo. There we conducted our individual follow-ups with the active participants, which allow us not only to keep track of their progress in real
Normally I don’t like talking about me, but in this case I thought it was necessary to share some of my story to inspire other participants.
In an interview with DLW, Pedro Henrique talked a little about his past, present and future and also shared some of his dreams and expectations. Check it out:
Meet Dream Learn Work (DLW), a non-profit organization created by the Norwegian shipping industry based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. In the Blue Economy Hall, DLW will have a stand