Internships

Social Innovation Internship (FOSS2018), consists of local and non-local internships, is the major option to fulfil SI graduation requirement; and Global Citizenship Internship (FOSS2019) for non-local internship only, is one of the options to fulfill GC graduation requirement. These two internships are 12-credit advanced courses offered to all full-time undergraduate students major or minor in social science disciplines who have completed their first two semesters of studies.

Local Internships 

A local internship can fulfil the Social Innovation Internship requirement (FOSS2018).  It offers in term time (spreading across two semesters) and summer semester (for two months).  There are two types of local internships: Placement-based and Project-based under the framework of Service Leadership Internships (SLI).

Placement–based Project-based: Service Leadership Internships (SLI)
Students will be offered a job placement in an organisation. The SLI takes place in the summer, where students work as a team (groups of 3 – 5) at one of our CPs to initiate, develop and implement service task(s).
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Non-local Internships  

A non-local internship can fulfil either the Social Innovation Internship or the Global Citizenship Internship requirement.  The two-month internships are only offered in summer.  Over the summer of 2015 and 2016, students had placement opportunities in Australia, Cambodia, Canada, China, Germany, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam.  There are two types of non-local internships: Placement-based and cross-disciplinary project based internships.

Placement–based Cross-disciplinary project-based in collaboration with other Faculties
Students will be offered a job placement in an organisation in one of the above locations
  • Glocal Solutions: A cross-disciplinary project with the Department of Civil Engineering
  • Behind The Fair Trade Label: A cross-disciplinary project together with the Department of Comparative Literature

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Service Leadership Internships (SLI) 

Since June 2012, the Faculty of Social Sciences has launched a project entitled the Service Leadership Internships (SLI) with the support from the HKI-SLAM, Victor and William Fung Foundation.  The SLI provides funding to the delivery of service leadership training in all eight tertiary institutions in Hong Kong.

The SLI takes place in the summer, where student interns work as a team (groups of 3 – 5) at one of our community partners to initiate, develop and implement (a) service task(s).  By making use of their social sciences and multi-disciplinary knowledge, student interns contribute as shared leaders to help the organisations generate innovative solutions to authentic problems.

The Service Leadership Internships (SLI) has four primary objectives:

1) To strengthen the students’ sense of social responsibilities in leadership

2) To help the students acquire the personal competencies in leadership

3) To help the students gain social skills in leadership

4) To enable the students to hone their leadership skills in authentic service to the community

What do our partners say about the experience?


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The Laidlaw Scholars Programme 

Background

The Laidlaw Scholars Programme is made available to HKU students by the generous funding support from Lord Laidlaw of Rothiemay.  As a prestigious scholarship programme embedded at the Universities of Leeds, Oxford, UCL, York, to name just a few, the Laidlaw Programme equips students with research and leadership skills to help them pursue their academic and professional aspirations beyond their current course of study.
Highlights and Benefits of The Laidlaw Scholars Programme
  • Selected students will be engaged in (i) a leadership training led by Common Purpose and (ii) research internship for 8-10 weeks during summer and winter breaks in HKU, University College London, University of York, the University of Leeds and the University of St. Andrews.
  • Successful applicants will receive free registration for their participation in the Common Purpose leadership training, and a stipend of up to HK$5,000 (overseas) / HK$2,000 (local) per week for 8 to 10 weeks to facilitate their research attachment.
  • Students may also claim up to a further HK$10,000 towards laboratory related expenses that cannot be covered by the host institution.
  • A travel stipend of HK$10,000 will be provided to support the leadership development programme and other travel.
  • Fulfilment of Global Citizenship (GC) graduation requirement upon completion research projects hosted by the UK partner institutions.

  Eligibility
  • Full-time undergraduate students in second or third year of study
  • Latest cGPA of 3.0 or above
  • Commitment to conducting a research attachment independently and the viability of the proposed research project

  Application Procedure
  • Submit an online application to the Common Purpose Leadership Development Programme
  • Submit the application form and supporting documents to Horizon Office (word file)
  • Students applying for UCL projects are required to fill out an additional application form (word file)

  Enquiry
For details, please visit the website of Horizon Office at https://tl.hku.hk/horizons/overview/laidlaw/.
 
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Student-initiated Internships  

Introduction

Within the existing Social Innovation / Global Citizenship (SIGC) framework in the Faculty of Social Sciences, we implement an additional pathway where students can initiate an internship to fulfil the SIGC requirement for partners yet included in our network.

Objectives of the Student-initiated Internships

  • To encourage students to seek out a non-paid, off-campus internship that fits their interests and strengths;
  • To broaden existing internship opportunities by providing internships which students are interested in while maintaining the academic integrity of the programme and the social sciences focus on public service.

Selection Criteria for a Community Partner

The following criteria will be used to screen the nature of the student-initiated Community Partners and the content of the internship tasks detailed in the student's application to uphold the academic quality and fairness of the internships. The student should identify and have directly contacted an organisation (Community Partner) that can provide:

  • a meaningful and challenging experience that extends the student’s critical thinking and raises his or her awareness of various social issues, such as justice, human rights, diversity, poverty and discrimination;
  • an experience that is relevant to the skills and knowledge of the disciplines of the social sciences, broadly related to China Studies, Geography, Politics and Public Administration, Psychology, Social Work and Social Administration, Sociology and so forth;
  • an effective supervision of the intern and is willing to enter into a contract with the Faculty laying out the duties and responsibilities of Community Partners; and
  • an experience that is not engaged in direct profit-making tasks/activities.

Application Procedures

  • Each student applicant can propose only one Student-initiated Internships placement during each round of the Student-initiated Internships scheme.
  • Students should make sure the proposed new internship is NOT on the List of existing Community Partners.
  • Students should receive FORMAL APPROVAL from the Faculty BEFORE they start the Student-initiated Internships. NO retrospective internships will be considered. Internship period and application period of each batch can be referred to this link.
  • The internship period, work pattern, work location and application deadlines are listed. No internships will be considered out of the designated period.
  • The Faculty will send students an e-mail to call for applications. Students should complete and submit an online application form on or before the deadline.
  • In each batch of application, 20 applications will be considered on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • When a decision is reached on whether to accept the internship opportunity and the Community Partner as a provider, the Faculty will inform the applicant and the Community Partner of the decision via email.
  • The student applicant who has initiated the internship will also need to go through the regular internship application process, including submitting a personal statement and an online application form. Placement in an internship is not guaranteed and is subject to acceptance by the Community Partner.
  • The Experiential Learning Team of the Faculty will review the applications carefully. The Team will contact, negotiate and visit (if necessary) the Community Partners to acquire more information.
  • Upon satisfying all the requirements, the Team will initiate a contract with the organisation concerned. The Faculty will discuss with the Community Partner if the internship post will be offered only to the student who has made the initial contact (presumably the student is successful in the application process), or if it will be open for other students to apply (i.e., the post will be publicized in the Faculty’s Internship Week, on the Faculty’s website and in other publications).
  • The Faculty reserves the right to determine whether any Student-initiated Internships will be approved, and no appeal is permitted.
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Principles for managing non-FOSS Internships
  1. The goal of our experiential learning programme continues to be primarily linking classroom learning to community practice, broadening student experiences. This internship does not provide vocational opportunities for post-graduation employment.
  2. The Faculty welcomes the participation of full-time HKU undergraduates in the Faculty’s experiential learning programmes. A more diverse student body can attract new partners and afford our students a more integrated learning experience.
  3. The Faculty seeks to develop collaborative internship programmes with other Faculties and Departments of the University (e.g., Comparative Literature, Engineering, Dentistry, etc.)
  4. The primary focus of the SI-GC internship is to serve FOSS students.
  5. Those interested non-FOSS students have to confirm that they can:
  • Commit 2.5 months in the summer
  • Have 12 credits reserved for SI/GC for the academic year, which means if students already reached the maximum number of credits allowed (i.e. 72 credits in one academic year), they can’t proceed
  • Complete all the academic deliverables: Attend Orientation on a specific date; submit all written assignments (total 4,500 words); AND deliver a project presentation on a specific date. Students have to “check the above boxes” on the internet when they proceed to apply for FOSS non-paid, credit-bearing internship.
  1. The non-FOSS, SI-GC enrollments are implemented in a gradual fashion:
  • In summer every year, we envisage we may take limited number of non-FOSS students for the internship programmes;
  • The experiential learning team will monitor the process; we will interview non-FOSS students about their expectations and their understanding of the SI-GC. Supervision will be provided by the teachers of the experiential learning team upon successful application;
  • Non-FOSS students are free to choose any internships;
  • Non-FOSS students whose second major is in FOSS will be given priority as the SI-GC is required in the syllabus of their second major;
  • Non-FOSS students will not be eligible to receive scholarships or subsidies from FOSS due to limited resources. Selection interviews administered by community partners will determine internship places like their counterparts from FOSS regarding GPA, the relevant skills or academic training, etc.

Application period for Student-initiated Internship in Summer 2021: August 3 - November 6, 2020 (noon)

Closed

 

Social Innovation & Global Citizenship Internship

   
* Non-Chinese speaking students are welcomed
Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Asian Academy of Family Therapy
  2. Caritas Rehabilitation Service
  3. Education for Good*
  4. Hong Kong Eating Disorders Association
  5. Inner Edge
  6. JEMS Character Academy*
  7. Joyful (Mental Health) Foundation
  8. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.
  9. Race for Education Accessibilities for Every Child*
  10. SPCA
  11. The Sprouts Foundation Limited*
  12. TWGHs Ho Yuk Ching Educational Psychology Service Centre
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Amity Foundation, Hong Kong
  2. Archiparti (Post A)*
  3. Archiparti (Post B)*
  4. Branches of Hope*
  5. Financial Times (Post A)*
  6. Financial Times (Post B)*
  7. Garage Society (Post A)*
  8. Garage Society (Post B)*
  9. Hong Kong Arts Centre
  10. Hoplite Technology*
  11. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World
  12. Rooftop Republic Urban Farming*
  13. Save the Children*
  14. The Fred Hollows Foundation (HK) Limited
  15. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees)*
  16. VolTra Hong Kong
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. Ever Green Association*
  2. KPMG*
  3. PCCW
  4. Public Bank (Hong Kong)
  5. The Wave*
Community or Social Services
  1. Action for REACH OUT
  2. Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM)*
  3. CarbonCare InnoLab
  4. Christian Action Centre for Migrant Domestic Workers*
  5. Ever Green Association (Post A)*
  6. Ever Green Association (Post B)*
  7. Fullness Social Enterprises Society (FSES)
  8. HandsOn Hong Kong (Post A)*
  9. HandsOn Hong Kong (Post B)*
  10. Hok Yau Club
  11. Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF
  12. Oxfam Hong Kong
  13. PathFinders Limited*
  14. Playright Children’s Play Association – HSBC Playright Playscope*
  15. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World (Post A)
  16. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World (Post B)
  17. Project Orbis International, Inc (Post A)
  18. Project Orbis International, Inc (Post B)
  19. Project Orbis International, Inc (Post C)
  20. Save the Children (Post A)*
  21. Save the Children (Post B)*
  22. The Democratic Party*
  23. TreeholeHK
  24. Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service
Research and Policy Analysis
  1. Asia Monitor Resource Centre*
  2. Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong - Diocesan Pastoral Centre for Workers (Hong Kong Island)*
  3. China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group
  4. Civic Exchange*
  5. Hong Kong Policy Research Institute- Hong Kong Vision Project (Post A)
  6. Hong Kong Policy Research Institute- Hong Kong Vision Project (Post B)
  7. Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute (Post A)
  8. Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute (Post B)*
  9. Labour Action China*
  10. MIT Hong Kong Innovation Node
  11. Official China Ltd.*
  12. Oxfam Hong Kong*
  13. Ray Bakke Centre for Urban Transformation
  14. The Women's Foundation
 
* Non-Chinese speaking students are welcomed

LOCAL

Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Asian Academy of Family Therapy
  2. BOKSS Institute of Cognitive Development
  3. Caritas Rehabilitation Service
  4. Empower U*
  5. Enlighten-Action for Epilepsy*
  6. Headstart Group Ltd.*
  7. Inter Cultural Education*
  8. International Center for the Gifted and Talented (HK) Ltd
  9. Jockey Club iREACH Social Competence Development and Employment Support Center
  10. Joyful (Mental Health) Foundation
  11. Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden
  12. Kids4Kids (Post A)
  13. Kids4Kids (Post B)
  14. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.
  15. Playright Children’s Play Association – HSBC Playright Playscope*
  16. Project Orbis International, Inc
  17. Race for Education Accessibilities for Every Child*
  18. SPCA
  19. Youth Outreach
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Amnesty International Hong Kong (Post A)
  2. Amnesty International Hong Kong (Post B)
  3. Archiparti (Post A)*
  4. Archiparti (Post B)*
  5. Asia Society Hong Kong Center (Post A)
  6. Asia Society Hong Kong Center (Post B)
  7. Blue Sky
  8. Book Talk Ltd.*
  9. Branches of Hope*
  10. Canada-China Culture and Education Association
  11. CarbonCare InnoLab
  12. Chopsticks Company Limited
  13. Civic Party
  14. Empower U*
  15. End Poverty (Post A)*
  16. End Poverty (Post B)*
  17. Feeding Hong Kong
  18. Financial Times*
  19. Food Angel (Post A)
  20. Food Angel (Post B)
  21. Garage Society (Post A)*
  22. Garage Society (Post B)*
  23. Garage Society (Post C)*
  24. HK Artion
  25. Hong Kong Arts Centre (Post A)
  26. Hong Kong Arts Centre (Post B)
  27. Hong Kong Eating Disorders Association*
  28. Hong Kong Journalists Association*
  29. Hong Kong Red Cross*
  30. Hoplite Technology*
  31. Institute For Integrated Rural Development
  32. Inter Cultural Education (Post A)*
  33. Inter Cultural Education (Post B)*
  34. John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Ltd.*
  35. KELY Support Group*
  36. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.
  37. Mint Asia Ltd*
  38. Plan International Hong Kong (Post A)
  39. Plan International Hong Kong (Post B)
  40. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World
  41. Project Orbis International, Inc (Post A)
  42. Project Orbis International, Inc (Post B)
  43. Project Orbis International, Inc (Post C)
  44. Resolve Foundation*
  45. Save the Children (Post A)*
  46. Save the Children (Post B)
  47. South China Morning Post - Operation Santa Claus*
  48. SPCA
  49. Strategic Financial Relations Limited
  50. The Fred Hollows Foundation (HK) Limited
  51. The French Centre for Research on Contemporary China*
  52. The Hong Kong Children’s Discovery Museum
  53. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (Post A)*
  54. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (Post B)
  55. The Wave*
  56. Time Auction
  57. TreeholeHK
  58. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) (Post A)*
  59. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) (Post B)*
  60. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) (Post C)*
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. Centre for Civil Society and Governance
  2. Financial Times*
  3. HandsOn Hong Kong *
  4. KPMG (Post A)*
  5. KPMG (Post B)*
  6. MTR Corporation
  7. NWS Holding Limited
  8. Operation Blessing
  9. PCCW
  10. Public Bank (Hong Kong)
  11. The Wave*
  12. WSP*
Community or Social Services
  1. Action for REACH OUT
  2. Amnesty International Hong Kong
  3. Asia Society Hong Kong Center
  4. Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women
  5. Centre for Civil Society and Governance (Post A)*
  6. Centre for Civil Society and Governance (Post B)
  7. Christian Action Centre for Refugees*
  8. Civic Party
  9. Empower U*
  10. Ever Green Association (Post A)*
  11. Ever Green Association (Post B)*
  12. Feeding Hong Kong
  13. Food Angel
  14. Hok Yau Club
  15. Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF
  16. HOPE Worldwide*
  17. InspiringHK Sports Foundation (Post A)
  18. InspiringHK Sports Foundation (Post B)
  19. Institute For Integrated Rural Development
  20. KELY Support Group*
  21. Kids4Kids
  22. Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre
  23. Make A Difference Institute Limited
  24. Plan International Hong Kong*
  25. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World (Post A)
  26. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World (Post B)
  27. Resolve Foundation*
  28. Sarjan Charity Foundation*
  29. Save the Children*
  30. St. Barnabas' Society and Home
  31. The Democratic Party*
  32. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups*
  33. The Women’s Foundation
  34. TREATS*
  35. Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service Bradbury Day Activity Centre
Research and Policy Analysis
  1. Asia Monitor Resource Centre*
  2. Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM)*
  3. Blue Sky
  4. Business Environment Council (Post A)*
  5. Business Environment Council (Post B)*
  6. China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group
  7. Civic Exchange*
  8. Civic Party
  9. End Poverty*
  10. Equal Opportunities Commission*
  11. Ever Green Association*
  12. Financial Times*
  13. HandsOn Hong Kong*
  14. Hong Kong Church Network for the Poor
  15. Hong Kong Policy Research Institute- Hong Kong Vision Project (Post A)
  16. Hong Kong Policy Research Institute- Hong Kong Vision Project (Post B)
  17. Hong Kong Policy Research Institute- Hong Kong Vision Project (Post C)
  18. Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute (Post A)
  19. Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute (Post B)*
  20. Hong Kong Red Cross*
  21. International Care Ministries*
  22. League of Social Democrats
  23. Ocean Park Hong Kong
  24. Office of Hon Jeremy Tam Man-Ho, Member of Legislative Council*
  25. Roundtable*
  26. South China Morning Post
  27. The Hong Kong Council of Social Service*

NON-LOCAL & GLoCal Projects

Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Asian Family Services*
  2. Pad for Hope*
  3. Sanjeevani Life Beyond Cancer*
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Cultural Infusion (Post A)*
  2. Cultural Infusion (Post B)*
  3. DBSUK Qualifications*
  4. DreamWalker China
  5. Serving Friends*
  6. Shanghai Film Comment Society (Post A)
  7. Shanghai Film Comment Society (Post B)
  8. Shanghai United Foundation (Post A)
  9. Shanghai United Foundation (Post B)
  10. Shanghai United Foundation (Post C)
  11. Talyllyn Railway*
  12. The Center for Historical Truth and Justice*
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. Human Rights League Slovakia / Liga za ludske prava*
  2. KPMG China (BJ)
  3. KPMG China (GZ)*
  4. KPMG China (SH)
Community or Social Services
  1. Do You A Flavor
  2. Harbour Sport*
  3. Multicultural Youth South Australia Inc*
  4. Operation Blessing
  5. Sport Waitakere Trust*
  6. Vision Youth Leadership Development Centre*
Research and Policy Analysis
  1. ALPHA Education*
  2. Cultural Infusion*
  3. Daejeon Sejong Research Institute*
  4. Human Asia*
  5. Korea Gap Year*
  6. Kustiba Par!*
  7. SIFL Institute
  8. Transitional Justice Working Group*
  9. UNICEF Italy *
  10. World Information Transfer, Inc.
  11. GLoCal Projects*

SERVICE LEADERSHIP INTERNSHIPS (LOCAL)

Clinical and Educational Services
  1. JEMS Character Academy / Character Education Foundation*
  2. Psychological Services Group, Hong Kong Police Force*
  3. Psychological Services Unit, Fire Services Department*
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Hulu Culture Limited
  2. Psychological Services Group, Hong Kong Police Force
Community or Social Services
  1. Rooftop Republic Urban Farming*
  2. Social Enterprise Business Centre under the Hong Kong Council of Social Service*
  3. The Sprouts Foundation Limited*
  4. VolTra Hong Kong
  5. Walk in Hong Kong Limited
 Research and Policy Analysis
  1. Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong - Diocesan Pastoral Centre for Workers (Hong Kong Island)
  2. Hong Kong Young Women’s Christian Association*
 
* Cantonese is required
Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Asian Academy of Family Therapy*
  2. Caritas Rehabilitation Service*
  3. Catholic Education Office*
  4. Enlighten-Action for Epilepsy
  5. Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF*
  6. JEMS Character Academy (Post A)
  7. JEMS Character Academy (Post B)*
  8. Jockey Club iREACH Social Competence Development and Employment Support Center*
  9. Joyful (Mental Health) Foundation*
  10. St. Barnabas' Society and Home*
  11. The Sprouts Foundation Limited
  12. Youth Outreach*
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Amity Foundation, Hong Kong*
  2. Archiparti
  3. Branches of Hope
  4. CarbonCare InnoLab*
  5. Hong Kong Arts Centre*
  6. Hong Kong Eating Disorders Association*
  7. Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council*
  8. John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Ltd.*
  9. Kongstories*
  10. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.*
  11. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World
  12. Project Orbis International, Inc*
  13. Save the Children *
  14. The Family Planning Association of Hong Kong*
  15. The Fred Hollows Foundation (HK) Limited*
  16. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees)*
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. Alaya Consulting Limited
  2. KPMG (Post A)
  3. KPMG (Post B)*
  4. PCCW*
  5. Public Bank (Hong Kong)*
  6. Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM)*
Community or Social Services
  1. Action for REACH OUT*
  2. Caritas Pokfulam Community Development Project*
  3. Changing Young Lives Foundation*
  4. Christian Action Centre for Migrant Domestic Workers
  5. Education for Good*
  6. Ever Green Association*
  7. Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF*
  8. Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council*
  9. Hong Kong Women Workers' Association
  10. InspiringHK Sports Foundation*
  11. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.*
  12. Mother's Choice*
  13. PathFinders Limited
  14. Playright Children’s Play Association – HSBC Playright Playscope*
  15. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World
  16. Rooftop Republic Urban Farming*
  17. Save the Children *
  18. SPCA*
  19. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
  20. The Women’s Foundation*
  21. VolTra Hong Kong*
  22. Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service*
Research and Policy Analysis
  1. Asia Monitor Resource Centre*
  2. Civic Exchange*
  3. Hong Kong Policy Research Institute- Hong Kong Vision Project *
  4. Hong Kong Public Opinion Research Institute*
  5. Mother's Choice*
  6. Office of Hon Alvin Yeung, Member of Legislative Council*
  7. Ray Bakke Centre for Urban Transformation*
  8. The Democratic Party
 
* Cantonese is required

LOCAL

Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Boaz International Education Institute*
  2. Caritas Rehabilitation Service*
  3. Enlighten-Action for Epilepsy*
  4. Hong Kong Eating Disorders Association*
  5. Jockey Club iREACH Social Competence Development and Employment Support Center*
  6. Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden*
  7. Kids4Kids*
  8. MIT Hong Kong Innovation Node*
  9. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World*
  10. Project Orbis International, Inc*
  11. Race for Education Accessibilities for Every Child
  12. Rooftop Republic Urban Farming*
  13. SPCA*
  14. The Hong Kong Children’s Discovery Museum*
  15. Youth Outreach*
  16. Youth World Foundation*
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Amnesty International Hong Kong
  2. Archiparti
  3. Asia Society Hong Kong Center (Post A & B)*
  4. Asia Society Hong Kong Center (Post C)
  5. Boaz International Education Institute*
  6. Carbon Care InnoLab*
  7. Changing Young Lives Foundation*
  8. Financial Times(Post A)*
  9. Financial Times(Post B-D)
  10. Food Angel*
  11. Garage Society (Post A)
  12. Garage Society(Post B)*
  13. HK Artion*
  14. Hong Kong Arts Centre*
  15. Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions*
  16. Hong Kong Journalists Association*
  17. Hospital Authority *
  18. InspiringHK Sports Foundation*
  19. Inter Cultural Education(Post A)
  20. Inter Cultural Education(Post B)*
  21. John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Ltd.
  22. KELY Support Group
  23. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.
  24. LexisNexis
  25. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World (Post A)*
  26. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World (Post B)
  27. Project Orbis International, Inc*
  28. Resolve Foundation
  29. Rooftop Republic Urban Farming*
  30. Save the Children*
  31. South China Morning Post - Operation Santa Claus
  32. SPCA*
  33. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups*
  34. Time Auction
  35. TreeholeHK*
  36. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) (Post A)
  37. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) (Post B-D)
  38. Urban Spring Co Ltd.
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. Alaya Consulting Limited
  2. Business Environment Council
  3. Carbon Care Asia*
  4. HandsOn Hong Kong
  5. KPMG
  6. Mint Asia Ltd*
  7. MTR Corporation*
  8. PCCW*
  9. Public Bank*
  10. Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM)
  11. World Green Organisation*
Community or Social Services
  1. Action for REACH OUT*
  2. Amity Foundation, Hong Kong*
  3. ChickenSoup Foundation Limited*
  4. Chopsticks Company Limited*
  5. Civic Party*
  6. Concerted Efforts Resource Centre Limited*
  7. Empower U
  8. End Poverty
  9. Ever Green Association*
  10. Fair Employment Foundation
  11. Feeding Hong Kong*
  12. Food Angel*
  13. Hok Yau Club *
  14. Hong Kong Church Network for the Poor
  15. Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF*
  16. Hong Kong Red Cross
  17. Hong Kong Women Workers' Association
  18. Institute For Integrated Rural Development*
  19. Inter Cultural Education
  20. Joyful (Mental Health) Foundation*
  21. KELY Support Group
  22. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.
  23. Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre*
  24. Make A Difference Institute Limited*
  25. Operation Blessing*
  26. PathFinders Limited
  27. Playright Children’s Play Association – HSBC Playright Playscope*
  28. Policy for Sustainability Lab
  29. Resolve Foundation
  30. Rooftop Republic Urban Farming*
  31. Sarjan Charity Foundation
  32. Save the Children*
  33. The Hong Kong Council of Social Service*
  34. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
  35. TREATS*
  36. Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service Bradbury Day Activity Centre*
Research and Policy Analysis
  1. Asia Monitor Resource Centre
  2. Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM)
  3. Asian Academy of Family Therapy*
  4. Association Concerning Sexual Violence Against Women*
  5. Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong*
  6. Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong - Diocesan Pastoral Centre for Workers (Hong Kong Island)
  7. China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group
  8. Civic Exchange
  9. Civic Party*
  10. Equal Opportunities Commission
  11. Ever Green Association*
  12. Hong Kong Policy Research Institute- Hong Kong Vision Project *
  13. International Care Ministries
  14. KPMG
  15. Office of Hon Jeremy Tam Man-Ho, Member of Legislative Council*
  16. Public Opinion Programme, HKU(Post A)
  17. Public Opinion Programme, HKU(Post B)*
  18. Roundtable*
  19. Save the Children*
  20. South China Morning Post
  21. St. Barnabas' Society and Home*
  22. The Democratic Party

NON-LOCAL

Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Amity Foundation, Hong Kong
  2. Asian Family Services*
  3. Hope Learning Centre
  4. Pad for Hope
  5. Shanghai Roots & Shoots
  6. ELG
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Amity Foundation, Hong Kong
  2. Cultural Infusion
  3. One World Children's Fund
  4. Shanghai Film Comment Society
  5. Shanghai United Foundation
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. KPMG China (BJ) (Post A)
  2. KPMG China (SH)(Post B)
  3. Shanghai Roots & Shoots
Community or Social Services
  1. Amity Foundation, Hong Kong
  2. Asian Family Services
  3. Burmese Women’s Union
  4. Chi Heng Foundation
  5. Do You A Flavor
  6. DreamWalker China
  7. Harbour Sport*
  8. Multicultural Youth South Australia Inc
  9. Non-Profit Incubator (Post A)
  10. Non-Profit Incubator (Post B)*
  11. Operation Blessing *
  12. Shanghai Roots & Shoots
  13. Shanghai United Foundation
  14. Vision Youth Leadership Development Centre
Research and Policy Analysis
  1. ALPHA Education
  2. GLoCal Projects
  3. Human Asia
  4. Human Rights League Slovakia / Liga za ludske prava
  5. Kustiba Par!
  6. Liaoning Academy of Social Sciences
  7. SIFL Institute
  8. Sino-Africa Centre of Excellence (SACE)
  9. Transitional Justice Working Group
  10. World Information Transfer, Inc.

SERVICE LEADERSHIP INTERNSHIPS (LOCAL)

Clinical and Educational Services
  1. JEMS Learning House / Character Education Foundation
  2. Psychological Services Group, Hong Kong Police Force*
  3. Psychological Services Unit, Fire Services Department *
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Education for Good
  2. Hulu Culture Limited*
  3. VolTra Hong Kong
Community or Social Services
  1. Amity Foundation, Hong Kong*
  2. Hong Kong Young Women’s Christian Association*
  3. Social Enterprise Business Centre (Post A)
  4. Social Enterprise Business Centre (Post B)*
  5. The Sprouts Foundation Limited
  6. Walk in Hong Kong Limited
 
Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Asian Academy of Family Therapy*
  2. Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong*
  3. Education for Good*
  4. Hong Kong Young Women’s Christian Association*
  5. Inner Edge
  6. JEMS Learning House
  7. Jockey Club iREACH Social Competence Development and Employment Support Center*
  8. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.*
  9. Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre*
  10. The Sprouts Foundation Limited
  11. Youth Outreach*
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Amity Foundation*
  2. Bravera
  3. Carbon Care InnoLab*
  4. Feedelon (Le Lab Limited)
  5. Garage Society
  6. HandsOn Hong Kong
  7. Hok Yau Club *
  8. Hong Kong Arts Centre*
  9. Hong Kong Eating Disorders Association*
  10. John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Ltd.*
  11. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.*
  12. LexisNexis
  13. Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre*
  14. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World*
  15. Save the Children *
  16. The French Chamber Foundation
  17. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups*
  18. VolTra Hong Kong
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. Alaya Consulting Limited
  2. Healthy Seed*
  3. KPMG
  4. PCCW*
  5. Sowers Exchange Limited
  6. Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM)*
Community or Social Services
  1. Action for REACH OUT*
  2. Caritas Pokfulam Community Development Project*
  3. Caritas Rehabilitation Service, Caritas*
  4. Changing Young Lives Foundation*
  5. Enlighten-Action for Epilepsy*
  6. Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF*
  7. Hong Kong Women Workers' Association
  8. Institute For Integrated Rural Development*
  9. Joyful (Mental Health) Foundation*
  10. Playright Children’s Play Association – HSBC Playright Playscope*
  11. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World*
  12. Project Orbis International, Inc*
  13. Rooftop Republic Urban Farming*
  14. SPCA*
  15. The Democratic Party
  16. The Women’s Foundation*
  17. Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service*
Research and Policy Analysis
  1. Civic Exchange
  2. Hong Kong Policy Research Institute- Hong Kong Vision Project *
  3. Lung Fu Shan Environmental Education Centre*
  4. MIT Hong Kong Innovation Node
  5. Office of Hon Alvin Yeung, Member of Legislative Council*
  6. St. Barnabas' Society and Home*
  7. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
 
* Cantonese is required

LOCAL

Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Hok Yau Club *
  2. Jockey Club iREACH Social Competence Development and Employment Support Center*
  3. Joyful (Mental Health) Foundation*
  4. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.*
  5. Playright Children’s Play Association – HSBC Playright Playscope*
  6. Policy for Sustainability Lab - HSBC Rural Sustainability @ Lai Chi Wo
  7. Project Orbis International, Inc*
  8. Race for Education Accessibilities for Every Child
  9. SPCA*
  10. The Wave
  11. The Women’s Foundation*
  12. Yang Memorial Methodist Social Service Bradbury Day Activity Centre*
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Amnesty International Hong Kong (Post A)*
  2. Amnesty International Hong Kong (Post B &C)
  3. Archiparti
  4. Asia Society Hong Kong Center
  5. Betatron
  6. Chopsticks Company Limited*
  7. Community Business Limited
  8. CP Homes*
  9. EDGE*
  10. Feeding Hong Kong*
  11. Financial Times
  12. Food Angel*
  13. Hong Kong Arts Centre*
  14. Hong Kong Eating Disorders Association*
  15. Hong Kong Journalists Association*
  16. Hong Kong Red Cross*
  17. Hospital Authority *
  18. InspiringHK Sports Foundation*
  19. International Care Ministries
  20. John Swire & Sons (H.K.) Ltd.*
  21. La Violet Charity Foundation Ltd.*
  22. LexisNexis (Post A)*
  23. LexisNexis (Post B-D)
  24. Mint Asia Ltd*
  25. October Pictures
  26. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World*
  27. Project Artist X
  28. Project Orbis International, Inc*
  29. Rooftop Republic Urban Farming*
  30. South China Morning Post - Operation Santa Claus*
  31. Sowers Exchange Limited
  32. SPCA*
  33. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (Post A-C)
  34. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (Post D)*
  35. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) (Post A-B & D)*
  36. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees) (Post C)
  37. Urban Spring Co Ltd.
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. Carbon Care Asia
  2. Chinese YMCA of Hong Kong*
  3. Community Business Limited*
  4. KPMG*
  5. MTR Corporation*
  6. PCCW
  7. Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehaviour (SACOM)
Community or Social Services
  1. Action for REACH OUT*
  2. Carbon Care InnoLab
  3. Caritas Rehabilitation Service, Caritas*
  4. Changing Young Lives Foundation*
  5. Christian Action Centre for Refugees
  6. Concerted Efforts Resource Centre Limited*
  7. Feeding Hong Kong (Post A)
  8. Feeding Hong Kong (Post B-C)*
  9. Food Angel*
  10. Garage Society
  11. HandsOn Hong Kong
  12. Health In Action
  13. Hong Kong Church Network for the Poor
  14. Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF*
  15. Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions
  16. Hong Kong Red Cross*
  17. InspiringHK Sports Foundation*
  18. Institute For Integrated Rural Development
  19. Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden*
  20. KELY Support Group
  21. Kids4Kids*
  22. Make A Difference Institute Limited*
  23. PathFinders Limited
  24. Principal Chan Free Tutorial World*
  25. Project Share*
  26. Rooftop Republic Urban Farming
  27. St. Barnabas' Society and Home
  28. The Hong Kong Council of Social Service*
  29. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (Post A)*
  30. The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (Post B)
  31. UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees)*
  32. VolTra Hong Kong
Research and Policy Analysis
  1. Amnesty International Hong Kong
  2. Asia Pacific Mission for Migrants (APMM)
  3. Asia Society Hong Kong Center
  4. Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong*
  5. Business Environment Council
  6. China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group
  7. Civic Party*
  8. Community Business Limited (Post A)*
  9. Community Business Limited (Post B)
  10. Endpoverty
  11. Health & Safety Environment Office, UST
  12. Hong Kong Policy Research Institute- Hong Kong Vision Project *
  13. Mother's Choice*
  14. Office of Hon Jeremy Tam Man-Ho, Member of Legislative Council*
  15. Roundtable*
  16. South China Morning Post*
  17. Sowers Exchange Limited
  18. The Democratic Party
  19. TREATS

NON-LOCAL

Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Pad for Hope
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Ashoka Philippines
  2. Asian Venture Philanthropy Network (AVPN)
  3. Cultural Infusion
  4. DreamWalker China
  5. Financial Times
  6. HOPE Worldwide*
  7. International Care Ministries
  8. Non-Profit Incubator
  9. One World Children's Fund
  10. Project Pengyou/Golden Bridges Foundation
  11. Shanghai Film Critics Society
  12. Shanghai United Foundation
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. KPMG China (BJ)
  2. KPMG China (SH)
Community or Social Services
  1. Burmese Women’s Union
  2. Chi Heng Foundation
  3. Do You A Flavor
  4. DreamWalker China
  5. Harbour Sport
  6. Institute For Integrated Rural Development
  7. Millbourne Community Life Centre (MCLC)
  8. Vision Youth Leadership Development Centre
  9. World Vision Hong Kong *
Research and Policy Analysis
  1. ALPHA Education
  2. Asian Family Services
  3. GLoCal Projects
  4. Human Asia
  5. Human Rights League Slovakia / Liga za ludske prava
  6. Kustiba Par!
  7. Research Institute of Electrical Communication
  8. SIFL Institute
  9. Sino-Africa Centre of Excellence (SACE)
  10. World Information Transfer, Inc.

SERVICE LEADERSHIP INTERNSHIPS (LOCAL)

Clinical and Educational Services
  1. Psychological Services Group, Hong Kong Police Force (Post A & C)*
  2. Psychological Services Group, Hong Kong Police Force (Post B)
  3. The Sprouts Foundation Limited
Communication, Media and Culture
  1. Walk in Hong Kong Limited
Corporate Social Responsibility
  1. Alaya Consulting Limited
  2. World Green Organisation*
Community or Social Services
  1. Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong - Diocesan Pastoral Centre for Workers (Hong Kong Island)
  2. Gaga Store*
  3. Healthy Seed
  4. Hong Kong Young Women’s Christian Association*
  5. Hulu Culture Limited*
  6. JEMS Learning House / Character Education Foundation
  7. Social Enterprise Business Centre *