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Youth S.P.O.Ts
The HKFYG has 22 Youth S.P.O.Ts. These youth centres provide space and opportunity to learn and develop. They focus on Strengthening Classroom Learning, Continuous Learning Opportunities and Experiential Learning in a Societal Context, offering tailor-made programmes in combination with other provided services. Each S.P.O.T. is equipped with an M21 community studio to facilitate development in creativity and enhance interaction with the community through social media; a LEAD Lab for learning through engineering, art and design, as well as an uKitchen to cook for the community. The NEIGHBOURHOOD First project has become a core component of community-based services through the S.P.O.Ts, while the Community Team Sports project encourages young people to get physical by participating in sporting activities and learning the values that come with team play. PH2 is Hong Kong’s first all-purpose Youth Hostel. It aims to create an enabling residential community for working young people, nurturing competencies in life skills, social networking and financial planning.
  • Youth S.P.O.Ts in brief
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  • Hong Kong Island
  • Heng Fa Chuen Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Shaukiwan Youth S.P.O.T.

  • Kowloon
  • Jockey Club Hung Hom Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Farm Road Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Wang Tau Hom Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Ping Shek Youth S.P.O.T.

  • New Territories
  • Jockey Club Tseung Kwan O Youth S.P.O.T.
  • LOHAS Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Felix Wong Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Verbena Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Jat Min Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Lung Hang Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Tai Po Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Cheung Wah Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Kwai Fong Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Tsuen Wan Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Tsuen King Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Kin Sang Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Tin Yiu Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Hung Shui Kiu Youth S.P.O.T.
  • Jockey Club Tin Yuet Youth S.P.O.T.

  • Core Projects
  • NEIGHBOURHOOD First
  • Community Team Sports
  • PH2 Youth Hostel
  • Volunteer Services
    The Youth Volunteer Network (VNET) is the city’s largest youth volunteer network, and currently has more than 230,000 registered volunteers who contribute more than 900,000 service hours per year. The all-in-one online portal, easyvolunteer.hk, matches volunteers’ preferences with diverse service opportunities in a user-centric way and digitalises the service portfolio, thus encouraging the spirit of “letting love fill life”. The Heart to Heart Project is a unique programme that brings students and corporate volunteers together to serve the needy through sponsored community services.
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  • Youth Volunteer Network
  • Easy Tutoring Online Homework Help
  • M21 Multimedia Services
    By using the Internet, social and new media, the HKFYG connects with young people on their terms and through their chosen mode of communication. M21 is a multimedia centre with the slogan, “It’s all about YOUth” and is comprised of the Media Lab, the Media Academy and Media Broadcast. The M21 Youth Production Team gives young people a wide platform for imagination and innovation, and offers them hands-on operational experience in production, which is then screened through the M21 Internet Radio and TV, a broadcast network linked up with campus TV and community channels for the public.
  • Media 21 - m21.hk
  • Employment Services
    The HKFYG promotes the concept of “life and career planning” for young people and as a result, the Youth Employment Network (YEN) organises diversified activities that include career counselling services to assist and support the transition from school to work. Since 2002, the Federation encourages pioneering entrepreneurial opportunities through Youth Business Hong Kong (YBHK), The HKFYG Jockey Club Social Innovation Centre and the Young Entrepreneurial Course. Incubation services, seed money, co-working spaces, networking platforms and mentee-centric business mentorships are also provided. Through the Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Youth Innovation and Entrepreneur Hub (E Hub) and the Global Youth Entrepreneurs Forum, local start-ups can develop business networks outside Hong Kong.
  • Youth Employment Network
  • Social Innovation and Youth Business Unit

  • Social Enterprise
  • Café 21
  • Organic Farm
  • Project Dance Studio
  • PH3
  • Education Services
    The HKFYG runs two non-profit kindergartens-cum-nurseries, a non-profit kindergarten, an aided primary school and a Direct Subsidy Scheme EMI (English as a Medium of Instruction) secondary school. Each institution has a stimulating learning environment so that each child receives a well-rounded, holistic education. The HKFYG LIVING Life Academy (LLA) encourages lifelong learning through less formal platforms. The LLA provides a wide range of life-related courses which emphasise interests, hobbies, skills and experience to improve the quality of life.

    Continuous Learning
  • Life Learning Academy
  • Continuous Learning Centre

  • Kindergarten/Nursery
  • Ching Lok Kindergarten (Yaumatei)/Ching Lok Nursery (Yaumatei)
  • Ching Lok Kindergarten/Ching Lok Nursery (Sai Wan Ho)
  • KK Cheng Kindergarten

  • Primary School & Secondary School
  • Lee Shau Kee Primary School
  • Lee Shau Kee College
  • Leadership Training
    The HKFYG has provided comprehensive leadership training for over 150,000 student leaders since 2000. Building on this solid foundation, the HKFYG has revitalised the former Fanling Magistracy and established the HKFYG Leadership Institute with a new lodge. The programmes of the Institute are targeted at secondary and tertiary students and young executives, which are under five Schools. Each school places importance on instilling Leadership Skills, developing Communication Abilities, enhancing an Understanding of China, ensuring Global Exchanges and encouraging Public Engagement. One such programme is “Hong Kong 200”, which nurtures student leaders with competency and commitment. There are also partnerships with some renowned global organisations, all of which enable local young leaders to learn from international peers.
  • The HKFYG Leadership Institute
  • Counselling Services
    The HKFYG Wellness Mind Centre has consolidated the services of the School Social Work Unit, the Student Guidance Team, the Media Counselling Centre and the Youth Wellness Centre. Service delivery is thus enhanced by leveraging Youthline 2777 8899, uTouch online outreach, stationing school social work teams and student support services to comprehensively address issues related to emotional health, relationships and sex, learning difficulties, as well as media literacy.
  • Wellness Mind Centre
  • DSE 27771112
  • uTouch
  • Teach Like
  • Emotional Support
  • Youth at Risk Services
    Through existing Outreaching Social Work Teams, Extended Service for Young Night Drifters and the Youth Support Scheme, the HKFYG Youth Crime Prevention Centre (YCPC) provides five categories of service: prevention and education, crisis intervention and professional assessment, counselling and treatment, multi-disciplinary collaboration and advocacy. There are innovative and effective services for youth at risk, young offenders, victims and all family members in three main areas: youth crime and deviance, sex-related crises and drug abuse. The YouthLaw website and App, along with the YCPC Hotline 8100 9669, provide information on youth deviance and delinquency and ways to seek help. The WL Residence provides short term residential service for youth.
  • Youth Crime Prevention Centre
  • Parenting Services
    The HKFYG’s Parent Support Network (PSN) provides a wide range of parental information, including free mediation services, as well as training courses, talks, support groups, workshops and family activities in community and online. The Parent-Child Ambassadors Scheme enables peer to peer support to promote family harmony.
  • Parent Support Network
  • Creative Education and Youth Exchange
    STEM education is provided by the cutting edge, one-stop learning model of “Lead‧Apply‧Exchange”, a key component of the LEAD (Learning through Engineering, Art and Design) Project. This is delivered through The LEAD Lab and the Centre for Creative Science and Technology (CCST). There are many diversified science and creativity competitions, including The Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition, The Hong Kong FIRST Robotics Tournament, The Hong Kong GreenMech Contest and The Creative Coder Competition. The Youth Exchange Unit organises experiential study tours on different themes to the Mainland and overseas, which help shape a deeper understanding of the country, and develop a global perspective.


    Creative Education

  • Creative Education Unit
  • Innovation and Technology Scholarship
  • The Hong Kong Student Science Project Competition

  • Youth Exchange
  • Youth Exchange Unit
  • Hong Kong Young Ambassador Scheme
  • Zhongshan Sanxiang Youth Training Centre
  • Research & Publications
    For the past 25 years, the Youth Research Centre (YRC) conducts evidence-based research and analysis to look into the challenges, concerns, needs and development of young people. Youth I.D.E.A.S. (Ideals, Dedication, Engagement, Aspirations and Service) is a local youth think tank, who with the support of YRC, conducts research in the areas of the (1) Economy; (2) Governance; (3) Education; and (4) Livelihood, and advocates policy alternatives for the betterment of Hong Kong. The Professional Publications Unit is responsible for Federation books and promoting reading and writing among young people. There are two magazines, the English quarterly, Youth Hong Kong, for local and international audiences and the bi-monthly Chinese Youth S.P.O.T. magazine which provides a platform for young people to share their stories and experiences.

    Research
  • Youth Research Centre

  • Publications
  • Professional Publications Unit
  • "Youth S.P.O.T." Magazine
  • "Youth Hong Kong" Magazine
  • Professional Publications
  • Leisure, Cultural & Sports Services
    The HKFYG has four camps and outdoor activities centres, which offer diversified training programmes to enhance resiliency and self-confidence, strengthen teamwork and improve communication skills. The HKFYG Zhongshan Sanxiang Youth Training Centre provides experiential learning opportunities on Chinese history, culture and the socio-economic development of villages and towns. Platforms for music and the performing arts include the Hong Kong Melody Makers a cappella choir, the Hong Kong Youth Dance troupe, the Hong Kong Youth Band and the Hong Kong Youth Percussion.

    Leisure & Cultural
  • Cultural Services Unit
  • a cappella
  • Hong Kong Melody Makers
  • Hong Kong Youth Dance
  • Hong Kong Youth Band
  • Hong Kong Youth Percussion

  • Sports
  • Community Team Sports Office
  • Tsuen Wan Indoor Sports Centre

  • Camps
  • Camps Unit
  • Jockey Club Sai Kung Outdoor Training Camp
  • Lamma Youth Camp
  • Stanley Outdoor Activities Centre
  • Tai Mei Tuk Outdoor Activities Centre
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    Urgent Notice 緊急通告

    To prevent the spread of the severe respiratory disease associated with a new coronavirus, the entrance of HKFYG Building situated at 21 Pak Fuk Road will be temporarily closed from 3 February 2020 onward until further notice. Please use the other entrance situated next to the MTR Quarry Bay Station (Exit C - Model Lane) to access the Building. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
    為防止新型病毒性肺炎蔓延,青協大廈位於百福道21號之入口將於2020年2月3日起暫時關閉,直至另行通告。請使用位於鰂魚涌港鐡站C出口之模範里入口進出大廈。不便之處,敬請原諒!