Youth Matters
Sponsored overseas apprenticeships:
Leaders to Leaders
Featuring inspiring overseas leaders, this intensive summer programme from the HKFYG Jockey Club School of Global Leadership attracts 18-35 year-olds with great potential.

Award-winners in various fields are coming from countries such as Australia, Canada, Kenya, UK and the US to join participants in Hong Kong. They will be sharing insight on socially innovative projects including a coding challenge for ethnic minorities and cooking for deprived groups. They will also provide mentorship, enhance skills and broaden horizons. A new, sponsored overseas apprenticeship scheme will then take outstanding students to fulfil a month-long project under guidance in the home country of one of the overseas leaders.

Enquiries Iki Chan or Crystal Ng 2169 0255
Full details
Coming soon
Mongolian Culture Past & Present: seminar co-organized by
HKFYG with China Institute, Our Hong Kong Foundation

Mongolian Culture Past & Present
Aim A deeper understanding of Mongolia including the nomad way of life, art, food and the Mongol empire
Speaker Prof Tao Getu, Dean, School of Journalism and Communication, Inner Mongolia Normal University
Date & time 5 June 2018 7.15pm-9.30pm
Venue HKFYG Building, North Point
Language Mandarin
More details
Enquiries 2169 0255

GreenPicnic at Central Harbourfront Event Space: Come and Join us!
A carnival promoting local creative art, design workers and young entrepreneurs to the public: an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life
Location Area C and D, Central Oceanfront Event Space, Gate 3, Near Tamar Park Entrance
Admission Free

Dates & time 26-27 May 2018 11am to 9pm
More details
Enquiries Michelle Ho 2395 5753
Thank YOU partners
Thank you partners
Tin Shui Wai City Environmental Protection Festival with Environment and Conservation Fund
To promote public awareness of need for waste reduction and environmental conservation
Activities include:
Coastal clean-up; environmental hotspot visits; wood product upcycling workshop; organic farming; low-carbon cooking; green racing with upcycled vehicles; wilderness day with picnic in a country park
Participants All age groups welcome and 18 youth aged 12-24 invited as volunteers
Dates May-December 2018
Organizer HKFYG Jockey Club Tin Yuet Youth SPOT
With Carnival/Exhibition open to the public
More details soon at
Enquiries & enrollment Rachel Wong 2445 5777

Youth Career Expo 2018

Youth Career Expo 2018: Register now for Priority Employment Pass
Offering full-time, part-time and summer job vacancies to young people of all ages
Venue InnoCentre, Kowloon Tong
Date Wednesday 30 May 2018
Time 10am-5pm
More details
Enquiries Jasmine Siu 3113 7999

Life ‧ Healthy: a Jockey Club Age-Friendly City Project
for Youth and the Elderly

Focusing on physical and mental health in the young and the elderly
Funder The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
Activities Voluntary work, a mental health first aid course, video production and photography workshops
Dates May-September 2018
Organizer HKFYG Lung Hang Youth SPOT
More details
Enquiries Polly Leung 2698 5565

HKFYG Jockey Club M21 offers media skills training in July and August
Learn about production, presentation, journalism and publishing
Course highlights
Practice as reporters at Hong Kong Book Fair: 12-18 year-olds
TV modelling and presenter skills: 15-30 year-olds
Micro-movie production: 15-35 year-olds
Deadline Open for enrolment now. First come first served
More details
Enquiries Josy Lai 3979 0034