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Pilot Scheme on Youth Outdoor Adventure Training Activities (Updated on 20/07/2021)

The “Pilot Scheme on Youth Outdoor Adventure Training Activities”, organised by Home Affairs Bureau and Youth Development Commission; co-organised by The Hong Kong Award for Young People, is now open for application. This scheme incorporates innovative elements into outdoor adventure training, which are Sports Adventure, Eco Adventure and Technology Adventure.   Objective: Support young people’s physical and mental health development, improve team building technique, understand rules and improve positive thinking. Content: Rope Course, Recycling Workshop, Innovative Sports Game etc. Target: F.3-F.5 Students Type: Participants could choose from Day Camp for 1, 2 or 3 days OR Overnight Camp for 3 days 2 nights or 4 days 3 nights Date: from July 2021 Fee: The program fee is free (transportation and meals included) Enquiry: 2157 8610 Please email the completed form to: award@ayp.org.hk   Application Form (Individual) Application Form (Group)

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AYP Walks Along with “Corps” (Updated on 12/07/2021) (Chinese Only)

香港青年獎勵計劃將於今年8月聯同香港少年領袖團、香港航空青年團及香港海事青年團合辦一系列的銅章級活動。此計劃集社會服務、技能學習、運動項目及遠足挑戰於一身,完成後便能獲得銅章。此外,參加者更能透過活動了解到不同機構的特色,認識新朋友,擴闊眼界及社交圈子。   活動詳情 日期:2021年8月 –  2022年3月 (詳情請參閱活動時間表) 內容:銅章級活動 (參加者可自行選擇章級活動,有關選項請參閱附件) 費用:$500 對象:銅章級參加者 (未開展4科活動的參加者優先) 名額:32人   活動詳情>> 報名表格>>

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AYP Bronze Level Service Section: Graffiti Workshop (Updated on 07/07/2021)

A Graffiti Workshop will be held in August by The Hong Kong Award for Young People (AYP). The activities promote the understanding of street arts and skills required for graffiti artwork. The aim is to encourage participants to engage in community work. Please refer details as below: Details: Participants will learn about street arts in Hong Kong and graffiti techniques and be required to perform service at AYP Jockey Club Expeditions Centre by completing graffiti on walls. The goal of the program is to encourage participants to engage in community work through leisure activities Dates:10, 12, 19, 23 August 2021 (See link below for details schedule) Quota:18 participants (First come first served, based on the order of deposit submission) Target: AYP participants Deposit: $500 (Refundable upon completion of the activities) Activity Details Application Form

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Green to Goal: Create Your Eco-Fashion (Chinese Only)

鄧慕蓮博士AYP團體生活科本地體驗營 Green to Goal: Create Your Eco-Fashion 香港青年獎勵計劃獲鄧慕蓮博士AYP國際交流活動基金贊助、InnoTier綠色時尚贊助,舉辦「鄧慕蓮博士AYP團體生活科本地體驗營Green to Goal: Create Your Eco-Fashion」。營中將透過一連串的訓練、遊戲及小組活動,讓青年人發揮創意,為回收的舊衣物進行大改造,製作成各式各樣的紡織物,為其賦予新意義及用途。 日期:2021年8月24日至28日 (星期二至六) 地點:香港青年獎勵計劃賽馬會愛丁堡公爵訓練營(新界大埔林村坑下莆90號) 費用:港幣350元正 對象:AYP參加者 (未完成金章級團體生活科的參加者優先) 名額:24位 (如報名人數眾多,將於8月3日 (星期二) 晚上進行面試遴選) 活動詳情 報名表格

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AYP Gold Flag Subscriptions 2021/2022 (Updated on 27/05/2021)

The Hong Kong Award for Young People (AYP) is celebrating our 60th Anniversary this year. As our important friend and partner, we cordially invite you/your organization to support our youth work by becoming a Gold Flag donor and receive Limited edition gifts. Donation on or over HK$100 will receive donation receipt. Donation methods PayMe (Please scan QR code & enter donor’s full name in message box) FPS, E-banking service or ATM (HSBC 552-107229-001) Crossed Cheque (Payable to “The Hong Kong Award for Young People”) Gold Flag Subscriptions online form https://forms.gle/h6swucNdNxgsuPoz6 Enquiry 2157 8632 Kitty Cheung, Communications and Fundraising

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YOUTH WE 3ERVE(Updated on 06/05/2021)

‘YOUTH WE 3ERVE’ Youth Mental Health Ambassador Programme is now open for application. It is a one-year programme sponsored by the World Health Organization and co-organized by the Hong Kong Award for Young People, the Hong Kong Girl Guides Association and the Scout Association of Hong Kong. The programme includes a series of mental health workshops and training, helping participants to recognize their own values and relieve pressure. Participants will also be involved in different services to support other young people, arousing public awareness on youth mental health.   Programme time   : June 2021 – August 2022 Programme content : Mental health workshops, service and experiential activities (For details please refer to the link below) Programme fee    : Deposit $500 per person (Participant with attendance over 80% will receive full refund on deposit and a certificate of recognition) Target participants : 24 young people aged 14-24 (Participants can complete their Gold, Silver or Bronze Level Service Section with this programme)   Programme details (Chinese version only) Application form (Chinese version only)

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Gold Award Presentation 2019 & 2020 (Updated on 22/03/2021)

The Gold Award Presentation 2019 & 2020 will be held on 24th April 2021 (Saturday) at The Government House. Certificates of 2020 and 2019 will be presented in the ceremony this year. The Honourable Mrs Carrie LAM CHENG Yuet-ngor, GBM, GBS, the Chief Executive of HKSAR, has kindly consented to officiate at the ceremony. Invitation has been sent out by email already. Recipients’ List >>

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99th Silver Award Presentation (Updated on 15/03/2021)

The 99th Silver Award Presentation is scheduled for Monday, 19th April 2021 at Pui Ching Middle School. Certificates will be presented to 80 recipients of Silver Award and 37 recipients of Certificate of Appreciation (3 years and 7 years’ of service) during the ceremony. The Recipients’ List is uploaded while the notice of ceremony and reply slip have been sent to respective recipients. Should you have any enquiries, please call Ms. Patricia NG of the Award Office at 2157 8603.   List of Recipients>>

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Project Manager – Youth Outdoor Adventure Training (Updated on 20/07/2021)

Project Manager – Youth Outdoor Adventure Training (Contract-based until February 2023) (Ref. PMYDAT/21/1)  The Hong Kong Award for Young People (AYP), formerly known as The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award was established in 1961 as a local registered non-profit organization.  AYP is committed to providing a non-formal education platform for young people to explore their full potential and take positive steps towards finding their purpose, passion and place in the community. Since 1986, AYP camp service has been providing outdoor training camp and experiential learning for the young people to challenge themselves and discover their hidden abilities.  With the generous support from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, The Duke of Edinburgh Training Camp has completed the redevelopment works and re-opened in April 2021. We are now looking for a passionate candidate to fill up the post of Project Manager – Youth Outdoor Adventure Training.   Duties: To oversee and monitor the Youth Outdoor Adventure Training Project to achieve KPIs To organize briefing sessions and propose promotional plans of the Project To handle progress reports, fiscal works and related administration To design project questionnaires and evaluation forms To collect and analyze data to explore the good practice of the Project…

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Officer – Youth Outdoor Adventure Training (Updated on 20/07/2021)

Officer – Youth Outdoor Adventure Training (Contract-based until February 2023) (Ref. OYDAT/21/1) The Hong Kong Award for Young People (AYP), formerly known as The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award was established in 1961 as a local registered non-profit organization.  AYP is committed to providing a non-formal education platform for young people to explore their full potential and take positive steps towards finding their purpose, passion and place in the community. Since 1986, AYP camp service has been providing outdoor training camp and experiential learning for the young people to challenge themselves and discover their hidden abilities.  With the generous support from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, The Duke of Edinburgh Training Camp has completed the redevelopment works and re-opened in April 2021. We are now looking for a passionate candidate to fill up the post of Officer – Youth Outdoor Adventure Training.   Duties: To assist the operation of Youth Outdoor Adventure Training Project To design the promotional materials and application forms To recruit participants and handle application process To liaise with disciplined service departments and stakeholders to organize related activities To support the administration and logistic arrangement To perform any other duties as assigned by supervisor   Requirements:…

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Assistant Manager – Award Service & Operations (One-year renewable) (Updated on 19/07/2021)

Assistant Manager – Award Service & Operations (One-year renewable) (Ref. AMASO/21/1) The Hong Kong Award for Young People (AYP), formerly known as The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award was established in 1961 as a local registered non-profit organization. AYP is a full license member of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation which operates in more than 130 countries and territories. AYP is committed to providing a non-formal education platform for young people to explore their full potential and take positive steps towards finding their purpose, passion and place in the community. We are now looking for a high calibre candidate to fill up the post of Assistant Manager – Award Service & Operations.   Job Duties To monitor and coordinate operations, policies and systems to achieve strategic aims (access, reach and impact) of the Award Scheme; To coordinate and liaise with internal and external stakeholders including uniformed groups, schools, youth organizations and etc.; To device new strategic plan for the growth of the Award Scheme; To manage and train up Award Leaders and volunteers in support of the Award Scheme; To help arrange international training visits and programmes for overseas visitors; To be responsible for Award Centers management; To assist…

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Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Updated on 16/07/2021)

DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (Ref. DCEO/21/1) The Hong Kong Award for Young People (AYP), formerly known as The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award was established in 1961 as a local registered non-profit organization. The Award is a global framework for non-formal education and learning, which challenges young people to dream big, celebrate their achievements and make a difference in their world. To further enhance our commitment to high-quality youth programming that meets the needs of the communities we serve, we are now looking for a cause-driven leader of Deputy Chief Executive Officer. For more information, please visit www.ayp.org.hk.   GENERAL FUNCTIONS The Deputy Chief Executive Officer (DCEO) is a highly visible management position that assists the Chief Executive Officer with the development and execution of operational policies for the organization. The DCEO supervises the Youth Development Division and carries out the strategic plan of the organization mission. The DCEO serves as a secondary liaison to the Award Council. Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: OPERATIONAL DUTIES Works with the CEO and Manager – Administration, HR & Finance to develop internal administrative, financial and personnel policies as appropriate. Oversees the youth development and camp service operations. Creates new or…

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