Creating a youth-enabling environment via a systematic framework and cross-sectoral collaboration to facilitate students’ life exploration

CLAP@JC is committed to implement the Hong Kong Benchmarks for Career and Life Development (HKBM), an innovative and systematic framework, in local schools to encourage a cross-sectoral collaboration on the formulation of internationally recognised career and life development (CLD) intervention strategies. With the experience gained from the first five years of CLAP@JC and the practice wisdom derived from a pilot run in six schools in the academic year 2019-20, HKBM is co-created and localised in consultation with CLAP@JC’s global advisor Sir John Holman (author of Gatsby Benchmarks) and local educators. HKBM provides local schools with clear guidance and encourages them to collaborate with stakeholders across the spectrum to offer students with more comprehensive CLD support. Therefore, Student Engagement & Hub Facilitators and Community Connectors play a crucial role in complementing schools’ CLD services.


Guest Speakers: 

Ms. Chocolate Leung
Student Engagement & Hub Facilitator, CLAP@JC

Ms. Kiki Tam
Student Engagement & Hub Facilitator, CLAP@JC

Mr. Daniel Kwan
Community Connector, CLAP@JC

Mr. Terry Yeung
Community Connector, CLAP@JC



Mr Yeung Ting Wai, Victor
HKSKH Bishop Hall Secondary School
Hub Leader, HKBM

Mr Chi Siu Chung, Dominic
Yu Chun Keung Memorial College
Career Master

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