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HKU Arts Internship provides internship opportunities to all Arts students across different disciplines. Student interns have the opportunities to apply skills and knowledge learnt in classroom at workplace. With the practical experience gained in the internships, students find themselves in a better position to choose the type of career to pursue.

Internship is integrated into some of the courses offered by various departments. Students are able to attain valuable work experience and credits at the same time. 

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1. Mingde x SBSH Winter Workshop

“Reimaging SBSH” is a 3-day multidisciplinary design workshop involving different HKU Departments.  Architecture, Business, Engineering, Social Sciences students will work together to reimagine the collective use of SBSH through drawings, model marking, surveying, etc. Arts students are welcome to join.

The design will involve rethinking the interior programme of Saint Barnabas’ Society and Home (SBSH), the exterior courtyards and the possible connection through a landscape strategy.

Date: 5 (Wed) to 7 (Fri) January 2022

Time: 10:00am to 5:00pm

Location: Saint Barnabas’ Society and Home, 21 Fung Mat Road, Western District, Hong Kong (HKU MTR Station Exit B2)

Application form:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf0hh2EFU1emCOVyaSZW6q6C5w3XBGAhO4_9pnC9VFTxa1XvA/viewform

 *Application is now open until Noon, 4 January 2022

About Saint Barnabas’ Society and Home

Founded in 1987, SBSH aims to create a caring community by providing a wide range of services to the low income and homeless, from o­ering free meal, shelter, counseling and wellness assistance, to after school clubs and extra curriculum activities for the underprivileged children.

For enquiries, please contact Ms Anila Ma at anilama@hku.hk. 

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2. Horizons Mingde x Saint Barnabas' Society and Home Community Engagement Project

Horizons Mingde is collaborating with Saint Barnabas' Society and Home (SBSH) to encourage HKU students from different faculties and disciplines to enhance and enrich the services provided by SBSH to underprivileged communities through an innovative and comprehensive approach.

Activity period: 1 September 2021 to 31 August 2022

Application form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdRuUULSdODc9_uK1cFUH2RHCTw65iK4_M1eQwjL1_IbNTXdw/viewform

Main Objectives:

  • Encourage and motivate HKU students to a diverse range of local volunteering and community services, amidst the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic
  • Enable HKU students to transfer their disciplinary knowledge and skills to advance and benefit the community
  • To provide an opportunity for HKU students to become engaged citizens

Proposed Collaborative Projects:

  • Building maintenance & renovations
  • Architectural face-lifting
  • Office & Kitchen remodeling
  • Barrier Free Access installation for the elderly and disabled
  • Repaint exterior walls
  • General facilities upgrades

About Saint Barnabas’ Society and Home

Founded in 1987, SBSH aims to create a caring community by providing a wide range of services to the low income and homeless, from o­ering free meal, shelter, counseling and wellness assistance, to after school clubs and extra curriculum activities for the underprivileged children.

For enquiries, please contact Ms Anila Ma at anilama@hku.hk. 

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