Forge Your Own Path

There is a misconception that university graduates are sure about their future career goals. The assumption is that once subjects have been chosen and degrees obtained, these young people would know exactly what professional trajectory they would follow.  As a result, most life and career planning services have targeted those in secondary schools. The Federation identified this gap.
As a result, "Project MAGIC" was launched in 2019. The aim is to help directionless university graduates explore their interests and strengths and make better-informed choices. By being able to do so, most participants were able to start on a more rewarding career pathway.  
Riding on this successful experience, we are pleased to have the support of the Simon K.Y. Lee 'Karen's Fund'. We have now initiated a "Youth Career Project" to help university graduates, aged 25-39, to explore their own career directions through a series of in-depth activities, including workplace trainings and workshops; life experience activities; group counselling and individual consultations; career explorations; and follow-up support. 
It is never too late to find your passion and direction. If you are now struggling in the job market, join us to forge your own path! 
Organizer HKFYG Youth Employment Network 
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Enquiries Patrick Lo 3113 7999

An Innovative Educational Project: Shell NXplorers Programme
Rationale Enthuse, empower and equip future generations with vital skills and knowledge to shape and lead the energy transition through their STEM teachers
Aims to train teachers in systems thinking, scenario planning, and theory of change using the NXplorers' tools provided and encourage them to pass on the learnings to their students
Activities include a 3-day training workshop and post-workshop consultation on instilling NXplorers into STEM teaching
Period July 2021 to June 2022
Target STEM teachers from government or aided primary schools
Founding and development organization Shell Hong Kong Limited
Organizer HKFYG Creative
Education Unit
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Enquiries Ken Li 2561 6149

Project WIND - Youth Basketball Training Programme
Aims to nurture a sporty lifestyle among the youth, focusing on both skill training and development of self-discipline, confidence communication, and sense of teamwork
Activities include team-building day camp, training classes, friendly competition and closing ceremony
Target at-risk youths aged 11-24
Period July to December 2021
Funder K&K Charity
Partner Rotary Club of Dragon
Hong Kong
Organizer HKFYG Youth Crime Prevention Centre
Enquiries Pang Tsz-ching 2396 4711

Global Speaker Online Programme - Global Village
Aims to gather local and global leaders to address longstanding global issues ranging from quality education, gender quality to climate change and cultivate in the participants a mindset of global citizens
Activities include online sharing, interactive workshop and guided discussion
Speakers young leaders from United Nations Development Programme regional offices
Period 21 September to
1 October 2021
Target secondary school to
tertiary students
Funder The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
Organizer The HKFYG Leadership Institute
Join us before 2 September 2021
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Enquiries Sharon Tang 2169 0255

Stay Tuned! HKFYG District-based Community Projects
Aims to help the community to recover from COVID-19 and enhance social inclusion
Focus areas future skills and
●  3D Printing Inc.: A project of HKFYG Jockey Club Ping Shek Youth SPOT in Kwun Tong District that enhances the competitiveness of youth and equip them to face the challenges of their future careers
●  "Own My Path" Skills Transformation Training Programme: A project of HKFYG Leadership Institute in Fanling District that combines hand-on experiences with dual-mode teaching, enabling young participants to transform their skills and improve resilience
●  Wellness SPOT: A project of HKFYG's social enterprise PH3 and the Dragon Foundation in Wanchai District that provides space and opportunities to attain physical and mental health among the public
Period September 2021 to
August 2022
Funder HSBC Hong Kong Community Partnership Programme
Enquiries Chelsea Lee 3755 7102