Life & Career Education Mentorship Project 2020-2021Back
This is the 9th year when EF organized the Life & Career Education Mentorship Project (“LEAP”) for S4 and S5 students, aiming at facilitating students to understand better the appropriate attitudes and ethics needed in the work place, workplace culture, and preparing themselves for future career development.
Schools and corporations participated in this year's LEAP:
|Buddhist Wong Fung Ling College|
|Kwun Tong Government Secondary School|
|Ning Po College|
|Pak Kau College|
|PHC Wing Kwong College|
|Po Leung Kuk Lo Kit Sing (1983) College|
|Sheung Shui Government Secondary School|
|SKH Bishop Mok Sau Tseng Secondary School|
|Tuen Mun Government Secondary School|
|CLP Power Hong Kong Limited|
|Computer And Technologies Holdings Limited|
|HAECO Hong Kong|
|Harbour Grand Hong Kong Limited|
|Haven of Hope Christian Service|
|McDonald’s Hong Kong|
|MTR Corporation Limited|
|Nan Fung Development Ltd|
|The Hongkong Electric Company Limited|
|Transland Shipping (1971) Group|
In the Project, the students learn, through direct dialogue in groups with mentors. The mentors will share with the students their personal experience in setting goals and life direction, making disciplined efforts in self-improvement, finding ways to adapt to and grow with the working environment, as well as their advances along the career paths. Apart from the sharing sessions, workplace visits will be arranged so that participating students can explore in-person the real-life work environment and business operations.
A 3-hour Briefing Session to be conducted by Ms. Vivien Pau, a professional leadership coach, and Mrs. Nancy Chan, Deputy Convenor of LEAP, for mentors and teachers respectively will be held on 14 November so as to let them have a better understanding of the project objectives and approach.
All sharing sessions and workplace visits will be arranged between January and April 2021. During May and July 2021, after the sharing sessions with their mentors, each student group from the 9 participating schools will share what they have learnt with their fellow students at their school assembly, respectively.