Jockey Club 'Multicultural Leaders of the World' Programme is a territory-wide training Programme which welcome form 3 – 5 Chinese and non-Chinese students from different schools to participate. It is fully funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust so this Programme is FREE. This Programme aims to increase the understanding and practice of Cultural Intelligence (CQ), foster the understanding and collaboration among Chinese and non-Chinese youths, and empower participants’ skills development, community involvement, global and cultural exposure, as well as increasing their awareness of social harmony in order to construct a multicultural harmonious Hong Kong society.
Jockey Club 'Multicultural Leaders of the World' Programme has been opened for application now. The quota is limited, please apply as soon as possible!
Application link: shorturl.at/bqCM6
Deadline extension: 23:59, 24 January 2020 (Friday)
Details of Programme below:
School sharing on Cultural Intelligence (Nov 2019 – Jan 2020)
Guest speaker will be invited to conduct sharing at school to enhance the understanding of multi-culture, cultural awareness and Cultural Intelligence (CQ) of teachers and students.
Stage 1: Yo! HK (Feb – May 2020) (Open application now!)
Selected participants will take part in design thinking bootcamp and community learning experience to form a cross-ethnic team using innovative ideas to join a video competition themed "multicultural Hong Kong". This stage enables participants to enhance their confidence and personal understanding, cross-cultural teamwork, problem solving skills, a sense of community involvement and contribution.
Stage 2: Go! Global (Jun – Aug 2020)
Selected teams in stage 2 will have the opportunity to join a 5 days 4 nights Singapore learning tour. Participants will learn how to construct a multicultural city and enhance their sense of global citizenship, global and cultural exposure through exploration and experience to understand more about the local social issues, solution for tackling those issues, Cultural intelligence (CQ), best practices on multicultural policies, as well as developing the global network.
Stage 3: Wow! WEDO (Sept – Dec 2020)
Participants will co-organize the closing ceremony to share their learning experience and outcome with people from Government, Corporate, Community, School and their friends. They will also share how to promote a multi-cultural and harmonious Hong Kong. Also, participants will get to execute their innovative ideas at stage 2 at school or community to introduce multi-culture and foster a harmonious community.