Public Service Internship Scholarships
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The objective of this scholarship is to encourage top business students to consider taking public sector internship to serve the community during the Winter or Summer break and honor those who have achieved outstanding performance in the internship.
Scholarship Information
Eligibility:
  • Participants of the ‘Social Enterprise Internship Program’ during the Winter or Summer semester in the current academic year
  • Demonstrate good academic performance with a CGA of 2.850 or above; and
  • Nominated by employer and should have outstanding performance during the internship period
  • Summer semester awardees must be non-final year students
Scholarship Amount:
  • HK$10,000 - Applicants who have completed a 4-week internship in the Winter semester
  • HK$20,000 - Applicants who have completed a 8-week internship in the Summer semester
Application Period:
  • Winter Semester: December of each year
  • Summer Semester: July of each year
Application Procedure:
  • Applicants should submit the completed application form on or before the deadline and the committee will contact the NGO supervisors for nomination arrangement
Results:
  • Winter Semester: Announced in April
  • Summer Semester: Announced in October
*Subject to yearly/semesterly changes by SBM
Events in 2018-19
Oct 5, 2018
Award Ceremony for Summer Awardees
  • Cum Career Mentor Program Kick-Off Ceremony – 4th Intake
Events in 2017-18
Mar 16, 2018
Award Ceremony for Winter Awardees
  • Cum Career Mentor Program Kick-Off Ceremony – 3rd Intake
Oct 6, 2017
Award Ceremony for Summer Awardees
  • Cum Career Mentor Program Kick-Off Ceremony – 2nd Intake
Testimonials
Munich LAM
Awardee
BBA Undeclared, Year 1
Summer 2017-18, Fair Trade Hong Kong
During this internship, not only did I gain more exposure to the society but also equipped myself with knowledge of Corporate Social Responsibilities. I had the opportunity to attend business exhibits and reach out to real businesses. These helped me further recognize my strengths and weaknesses. I also met my first American friend in Fair Trade Hong Kong, who taught me a lot about the world outside Hong Kong. Most importantly, I realized the true meaning of doing business, which is to solve problems in the society. This conviction will carry on as I grow up and pursue my business career.
Joyce LEUNG
Awardee
BBA Undeclared, Year 1
Winter 2017-18, Social Alliance Communications Consultant
I would like to thank the Karen Lee Student Memorial Fund and the Public Service Internship Scholarship for giving me the chance to push myself out of my comfort zone! Without joining the SBMT2200 Social Enterprise Internship Program, I never would have been able to explore the social sector, and would not be the person I am today.
Cindy SIN
Awardee
BBA IS, Year 2
Winter 2017-18, Dialogue in the Dark HK Ltd.
Doing internship in a social enterprise is not merely a working experience in my resume but also a thought-provoking process that brings life-long impacts. I am so grateful to be a part of the SBMT2200 Social Enterprise Internship Program and being awarded the Public Service Internship Scholarship.
Jeff TSUI
Awardee
BSc ECOF, Year 2
Winter 2017-18, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
Bringing change to not only others, but also igniting the changes inside you!
I am so thankful that Karen Lee Student Memorial Fund granted me the Public Service Internship Scholarship to support my participation in SBMT 2200 Social Enterprise Internship Program! It is one of my life changing experiences in exploring my passion and career pathway!
Past Public Service Internship Scholarships