CYEP celebrates 11th birthday

Terry Lam


Tips on growing bonsai trees, sampling South Asian cuisine and listening to African drums and music jamming were just some of the activities celebrating the 11th anniversary of the City-Youth Empowerment Project (CYEP).

The theme of “Happy Carnival 2016” held on 23 April was “Walk and Grow”, which highlighted CYEP’s commitment to walk the service-learning pathway and grow under its mission of empowering students and community.

Guests at the opening ceremony included Professor Horace Ip Ho-shing, Vice-President (Student Affairs), Professor Zang Xiaowei, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Mr Gary Chong, Manager of Providence Foundation Limited, and Dr Elaine Au Liu Suk-ching, Associate Professor of the Department of Applied Social Sciences and Convener of CYEP.

Founded in 2005, CYEP is a non-credit programme concerning voluntary service. It trains up CityU students to participate in volunteer work and promotes long-term regular social services.

As of 2016, the average annual number of registered student volunteers has grown to over 1,100 with a total of over 138,000 accumulated service hours.


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