HKU Business School Students Shine with the Light of CSR

HKU Business School Students Shine with the Light of CSR

HKU Business School Students Shine with the Light of CSRHKU Business School Students Shine with the Light of CSRHKU Business School Students Shine with the Light of CSRHKU Business School Students Shine with the Light of CSRHKU Business School Students Shine with the Light of CSRHKU Business School Students Shine with the Light of CSR
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CSR is the key to achieve sustainable development. Starting from 2020, Citigroup Inc. and the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) have jointly organised the Citi-HKCSS Community Intern Program to nurture socially responsible business leaders for the future. In the past decade, the programme has collaborated with 258 NGOs and social enterprises, and nurtured over 800 UG students with business majors. Every year, the programme will select 80 students with exceptional academic results to participate in 20 hours of workshop training. Students will work in pairs to perform 160 hours of work in their designated organisations.

It is a great honour that the team of Ms. Tsoi Ka Wai (BBA(IS), Year 3) is selected as one of the two awarding teams receiving the Grand Award for Excellence, while the team of Ms. Wan Yuen Yan (BBA, Year 2) is selected as one of the four awarding teams receiving the Award for Excellence. On the recognition ceremony, Mr. Edward Yau, Secretary of Commerce and Economic Development, Government of Hong Kong SAR; Ms. Angel Ng, CEO of Citi Hong Kong and Macao; Mr. Chua Hoi Wai, Chief Executive at The Hong Kong Council of Social Service; and Dr. Winnie S.C. Leung, our Assistant Dean (Undergraduate) encouraged the participants to keep up the good work in promoting CSR in the future. Let’s give everyone a round of applause!

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