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Thirty-four Year 2 students from the Department of Applied Social Studies at CityU were named as Student Leaders under the Project for Learning Excellence at the X-Gala on 11 October.
CityU student volunteers took part in a host of different kinds of services organised by the City-Youth Empowerment Project during this summer holidays.
More than 400 local, mainland and overseas students from CityU have participated in the City-Youth Empowerment Project in this academic year to offer their volunteer services to the needy, while strengthening their self confidence and commitment to society.
About 100 CityU students who took part in the City-Youth Empowerment Project were honoured for their service to needy groups in the community at a certificate presentation ceremony on 21 April.
The Student Residence Office and all nine student residence halls have jointly organized a series of sports and cultural contests throughout the academic year to promote inter-hall interaction and foster whole-person development.
More than 140 hall residents joined the City-Youth Empowerment Project to give regular voluntary services to needy groups in the community. The project kicked off on 5 October, reinforcing the caring culture and social commitment of the University.