Internship at Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council Training Institute

Background of co-organiser

Following in the footstep of Christ, the Welfare Council discerns the needs of society, put benevolence and justice into practice, and provides pertinent, innovative services that in line with its service philosophy, ‘Personalised Service, Holistic Care’, to ‘Transform Lives’ so they may be ‘Lived in Abundance’. With over 200 service units and member agencies that more than 2,500 staff across the territory, in Macau and Guangzhou, the Welfare Council has established a comprehensive and close-knit service network. For further information about the Council, please visit its website at http://www.skhwc.org.hk.

Project details

Objective of the Training Institute: To nurture quality employees to fulfill the Welfare Council’s long-term mission of serving the masses.

The Training Institute organises targeted training regularly for different job duties for employees of different ranks to improve their professional knowledge and skills and increase their ability to cope with work.  Types of internal training include body, mind, spirit and personal growth training (e.g. 心靈百子櫃個人成長課程), frontline staff retreat  and orientation for new staff etc. Students with some background on body, mind, spirit and personal growth could pick up the work faster.

Details of interns:

  • Act as a member of the Training Institute and provide supportive functions to the team; and
  • Assist in planning and implementing internal trainings.


  • 16 October – 22 November, 2017 (44 hours per week)
  • Intern may need to work in the evening, weekends and public holidays when necessary.


138 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong


PGDE students from all majors who are:

  • Passionate about helping needy people and make a change in others’ life; and
  • Good team players and self starters.

(No. of places: 2)


Application Deadline

1 September 2017


Shortlisted students may be invited to attend an interview arranged by Sheng Kung Hui (details to be confirmed)


Ms. Ivy Chung, Faculty of Education (HKU) [Email: ivychung@hku.hk]