服務學習項目資助計劃」由香港順龍仁澤基金會捐助，旨在開拓書院同學眼界、培養同學承擔社會責任及其服務社會之使命以造福人群。作為”仁澤服務學習計劃”的一部分，本計劃更希望透過服務學習計劃促進同學的個人成長與發展。 書院同學可以個人或小組形式申請計劃資助，我們亦鼓勵書院同學與其他機構合作，策劃屬於自己的服務學習活動。 如果你心中有長期或短期服務學習計劃，就不要猶豫了！申請「服務學習項目資助計劃」實踐你的計劃吧！
歡迎跟岑劭珩小姐 (firstname.lastname@example.org / 3943 3935) 談談你的計劃或查詢。
Born in such a high-tech, fast paced society, we often forget how simple it is to be happy, and the kids we have met there have given us a reminder on that. Our trip to Yaowawit School, Phang Nga in Thailand made us recognize the importance to help underprivileged children in education and society by simply dedicating our time and building emotional connections with them.
There are multiple focuses throughout the trip, including the mural painting project and maintenance work of the campus. To ensure that we have time to bond with the kids in person, we also arranged lessons, play groups, social activities and outings with them. This trip provides us with an opportunity to question on materialistic desires we chase after, while forgetting to be grateful of the little things we have.
We strongly encourage other college students to spread happiness and make more positive influences through service trips as the more fortunate members in society. More importantly, we believe small actions can create a huge difference in our communities.
(2) 聲昔再現 (美荷&西環)
The Voice of History had been supported by the College Service-Learning Project Funding Scheme to deliver our pilot scheme - Voice of Mei Ho, and first programme - Voice of Sai Wan. The Voice of History believes promoting intergenerational communion can build a harmonious society.
Our project targets two social problems: the distant relationship between different generations and weak community history inheritance. In the programmes, we held community tour, interview, scriptwriting, radio drama and local crafts workshops for primary students which leads to the establishment of mutual understanding between the green and grey generation. At last, we successfully allow our targets: primary students and the elderly to connect by creating a radio drama together, and triggered youngsters interest in history. Since the elderly are familiar with the radio drama (A popular platform for people to get a grasp of the society in the old days), they are more willing to share the past with the future generations. Hence, the programme effectively fostered a bond between seniors and young people.
Thanks to the enormous support from college for us to achieve our commitment to serving society. If you are interested in upholding social responsibility, don't hesitate to apply this funding scheme!
We three (Colbert, Tracy, Steve) cofounded the first-ever student-initiated large-scale volunteering education programme (VED) in our College. Last December, we successfully led 12 students from the College to Siem Reap and taught more than 200 primary school children there. We cooperated with a local university (Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia) and recruited 10 Cambodian volunteers to bridge the language barrier. At the moment, we are also determined to translate the programme into a real and sustainable impact.
The reason we are so devoted to volunteering education is our belief that education is the lighting of fire instead of the filling of piles. In the era of inequality, education must reach the bottom of society and enlighten people to pursue their rights, dignity, and dreams.
We would like to express our hugest gratitude to the College for its generous support both on finance and advice. Without the guidance of the College staff and teachers, we would not be able to complete a successful trip.