I·CARE Hong Kong Cultural Tours Project: Year Recap
As in previous years, students have to receive a series of training and be accompanied by experienced instructors to conduct mock tours at the districts pertaining to the aforesaid themes (Sai Ying Pun and Jordan) before acting as formal docents. Affected by the social events, not all scheduled training activities were held. The successful ones could, however, facilitate the students’ acquisition of necessary knowledge. As for the mock tours, students formed groups to play the docent role and took turns to lead the tours for their counterparts, through which they practised the presentation skills and were able to review the tour routes. To draw an end to the project of this academic year, the students will soon attend a sharing session organised by this Centre to review and exchange their tour guiding experience and gains with the fellow participants...
Yunus Social Business Centre at CUHK - Another Kind of Business
The “Jockey Club Youth Programme” launched in 2017-18 by the Yunus Social Business Centre at CUHK (YSBC@CUHK), which is an affiliate of this Centre, has nearly come to an end. The experience of this programme were assembled earlier to transform into a booklet titled Another Kind of Business. The copies of it are being placed at this Centre (5/F, Wong Foo Yuan Building) now for free collection by interested persons.
Social Enterprise Startup Scheme: From Incubation to Award-winning
The Social Enterprise Startup Scheme of this academic year selected 16 teams from numerous enrolled projects for receiving a half-year training and individual coaching. These teams had to formulate business plans if they wished to compete for the CUSE Fund. Finally, 14 teams were deemed eligible by their respective mentors for attending the Project Presentation Day held on the 30th of June before the judging panel comprised of the following...
I·CARE Social Service Projects Scheme: Year Recap
The I·CARE Social Service Projects Scheme encourages students to organise and implement self-initiated social services to facilitate positive growth of the local, regional and global communities. Three rounds of vetting are originally available in this academic year, but the first two of them were called off due to persistent social movement and COVID-19 outbreak respectively. The 3rd round was conducted successfully as the epidemic situation had manifested signs of relative stability...
Aspiration through Reflection;
Renewal through Civility
The I‧CARE Programme inspires students to examine the meaning of life and nurture their
compassion in serving the society while enhancing their own personal growth.