Missions

School-based Support (to Network Schools)

  1. Professional Development

    • School visits for contextual analysis and needs identification
    • Staff development workshops for building professional competence
    • Consultation and coaching
  2. Programmes

    • Partnering with teachers to identify student needs and formulate implementation plans on career and life planning education
    • Provision of career and life planning learning and assessment tools and curriculum resources
    • Student and parent talks
    • Small group coaching
    • Networking with external resources
    • Partnering with Programme's District Service Teams to provide long-term support to at-risk students
  3. Infrastructure Support

    • Developing a one-stop e-portal (integrating assessments with personalized output, career exploration tools and resources, and individual career development tools) for students, parents and educators
    • Setting up a career and life planning resource corner
    • Facilitating the development of business or alumni networks
    • Small group coaching
    • Networking with external resources
    • Partnering with Programme's District Service Teams to provide long-term support to at-risk students

School-based Support (to Affiliated Schools)

  • Providing district-based professional development programmes
  • Sharing good practices from Resource and Network Schools
  • Establishing district-based career and life planning education networks
  • Extending the use of e-portal and other infrastructure

Networks with External Resources

To provide successful career and life planning for youth, the SBT also engages parents and business/professional collaborators to enhance youth capacity-building.

  • Promote career-related learning experiences by matching one school with one business/professional corporate partner
  • Help students acquire values, positive attitudes and generic essentials for career development in their future
  • Support students in the development of their career aspirations, positive expectations and practical actionable plans with the help of business/professional mentors

Possible Modes of Collaboration with Potential Business / Professional Partners

  1. Mentorship Career-related Experiences

    • Partner with ONE Network School for 1 year or more
    • Co-plan relevant and reasonable number of career-related experiences, such as career talks, career fairs, career visits, and job shadowing
    • Recruit volunteers from the organization with diverse occupational backgrounds or professional expertise to serve as mentors in coaching 2-3 mentees in a group about knowledge, attitudes and values of work and specific occupations
    • Advise student mentees who will produce outputs through different media, including video clips or articles introducing their mentors’ business/professions and to review their learning experiences
    • Share experiences and inspiring cases through e-platform, seminars, workshops, or video-recorded resources
  2. Career-related Experiences

    • Partner with several Network or Affiliated Schools in a district
    • Co-plan relevant and reasonable number of career-related experiences, including career talks, career fairs, career visits, and job shadowing
    • Share good practices and inspiring cases in the form of seminars, workshops, or video-recorded resources

To provide successful career and life planning for youth, the SBT also engages parents and business/professional collaborators to enhance youth capacity-building.

Case Referral

- between SBT and District Service Teams (DST)

CUHK Team

Chief Principal Investigator Prof. LEUNG Seung Ming, Alvin
 smleung@cuhk.edu.hk

School Support Team

Head of School Support Prof. LAU Siu Ying, Patrick
 patricklau@cuhk.edu.hk
Associate Head of School Support & Administration Dr. LUK Sau Ha, Sarah
 sarah_luk@cuhk.edu.hk
School Development Officer /Assistant School Development Officer Dr. LO Chuk Ching, Cecilia
 cecilialo@cuhk.edu.hk

Ms. LAU Lee Kwan, Ava
 avalau@cuhk.edu.hk

Mr. MAK Yu Hong, Tony
 tonymak@cuhk.edu.hk

Mr. MAN Ho Fai, Jeff
 jeffman@cuhk.edu.hk

Ms. TANG Suk Ying, Jackie
 jackietang@cuhk.edu.hk

Mr. TSUI Yan Cho, Joe
 joetsui@cuhk.edu.hk

Ms. WOO Kit Ching
 chingwoo@cuhk.edu.hk

Ms. WONG Shuk Ping, Grace
 wspgrace@cuhk.edu.hk

Ms. YAU Shun Yee, Flora
 florayau@cuhk.edu.hk

Mr. YUEN Chi Keung, Simon
 simonyuen@cuhk.edu.hk

Research and Evaluation Team

Post-doctoral Fellow Dr. LEE Tsz Lok, Trevor
 trevor@cuhk.edu.hk

Dr. TSANG Kwok Kuen
 kktsang@cuhk.edu.hk
Research Assistant/Junior Research Assistant Miss CHENG Yui Lei, Grace
 gracecheng@cuhk.edu.hk

Ms. CHI Peiji, Peggy
 peggychi@cuhk.edu.hk

Mr. HO Siu Hin, Michael
 michaelhsh@cuhk.edu.hk

Miss YIU Ka Yee, Kelly
 kayeeyiu@cuhk.edu.hk

IT and E-Platform Development Team

Head of IT and E-Platform Development Ms. WONG Ka Mei, Carol
 carol.km.wong@cuhk.edu.hk
Assistant Computer Officer Mr. AU YEUNG Wai Lap, Alex
 alexay@cuhk.edu.hk

Ms. CHAN Siu Lai, Vera
 vera.c@cuhk.edu.hk

Ms. IP Chung Yan, Joanne
 joanneip@cuhk.edu.hk

Mr. TAM Chi Hang, Eric
 Eric.Tam@cuhk.edu.hk

Enquiry  3943 9354 / 3943 9355
 clap@fed.cuhk.edu.hk