School of Public Engagement

Young leaders should be seen and heard, out on the streets, engaged and active. The HKFYG School of Public Engagement gathers pioneeres who make postiive social impact and serve as role models, inspiring others' efforts and improving the society in which we live. The School's aims are: - To foster public recognition for young leaders through award and outreach campaigns - To collaborate across sectors, institutions and individuals, transforming ideas into action:

  •  To build community engagement through strategic cross-sector partnerships
  •  To reinforce civic mindedness and willingness to meet community needs
  •  To equip young people as future leaders at all levels of community affairs
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Key Achievements

3563

citizens reached out

27

local young emerging leaders honoured

Featured Programmes

The Hong Kong Youth Service award (HKYSA)

An annual award which honours those who go beyond individual achievement and exemplify the core values of service, which include dedication and commitment to Hong Kong.

Cultural Ambassadors

Supported by the American Express, the Cultural Ambassador Programme is a brand new initiative which aims to nurture future leaders in heritage conservation through systematic training. Ambassadors will lead heritage tours around the Former Fanling Magistracy and the local neighborhoods.

Community Outreach

Imagining future is creating the future, and we challenge our youth to be imaginative. By bringing local young leaders from different backgrounds into the community for unorthodox workshops and dialogues, it is hoped that youth will inspired to imagine their own version of future.

Enrichment Programme

Partnering with top institutions to offer exclusive access to opportunities and scholarships to outstanding young leaders, enriching their leadership experience and thus enabling them to contribute to Hong Kong.

Upcoming Events

Heritage Tours

Guided Tours

Self-Guided Tours​​​​​​​​​

Digital Conservation Trail

Our Partners/Alumni


Bosco NG Chung-lun

​​​​​Bosco believes that multicultural education can bridge the cultural gap that exists in Hong Kong between the different communities. Having long been concerned with multicultural education, even before he graduated from university, Bosco established WEDO GLOBAL in 2011. Through workshops, walking tours and overseas experiential tours, WEDO GLOBAL seeks to narrow the cultural gap by empowering ethnic minorities to share their own cultures and stories with the local Chinese community. By engaging with each other, Bosco hopes a bridge of understanding can be crossed. Over the past year, WEDO GLOBAL has organised 105 theme-based community walking tours and cultural workshops to over 2,600 teachers and students from 73 school, with 42 ethnic minority young people recruited and trained to be cultural ambassadors. By advocating cultural harmony, Bosco lives out his passion to connect local Chinese and ethnic minorities to build Hong Kong together, embracing their common home as they share in their cultural diversity.


Jasmine LAU Ching Yu

Jasmine believes that charity is something everyone can be involved in, especially young people, and service too is a responsibility for the entire community. After Jasmine graduated from university, she set up Philanthropy in Motion (PIM) to enable young people get more involved in charitable giving. PIM also provides resources and programmes, opening up the world of charities. Since 2013, PIM has trained over 1,000 students in venture philanthropy and social innovation which has led to the expansion of over 15 social enterprises and non-profit organisations. This charity education is breeding a new generation of philanthropists. On a platform of charitable giving, Jasmine hopes that young people will rethink and redefine the meaning of success.