Service-Learning Project Trainee (PT)

Service-Learning Project Trainee is a half-year work placement at OSL for project management, event management, promotion and research work. When you are gaining work experience, you can also use your talents to address the community needs. This program offers on-the-job training to train up students’ communication skills, organizational skills, problem-solving skills, research skills and civic orientation by coordinating Service-Learning projects and administrative work in the office.


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Objectives of the Scheme

• Provide workplace on-the-job training for project trainees on work skills and attitude
• Serve as additional support to office staff and projects
• Develop student leaders as high quality and close partners for long-term office development


Role of Project Trainee

• Pair with one OSL staff for mentorship to assist daily office work and designated project coordination (i.e. Service-Learning and Research Scheme, community projects, promotional activities, multi-media and publication design, research project, etc.)


Program Duration

• 3 sessions (AM / PM) per week
• 1-2 semester(s)
• 2 rounds per year
** Project Trainees with satisfactory working performance will be considered for contract renewal


Target Student

• Students who have joined SLRS are preferred
• Students with specific skills (such as writing, translation, research, photo-taking, video-making, etc.)
• Number of target students: 5-8 people