News & Announcement
Human Resources Planning Commission launches one-stop online manpower information portal 人力資源規劃委員會推出一站式網上人力資源資訊平台23 DEC 2019 - 01 SEP 2020
The Human Resources Planning Commission, chaired by the Chief Secretary for Administration, co-ordinated and launched a one-stop manpower information portal (talent.gov.hk) on 1st December 2019. The portal consolidates human resources information and data from different sources with a view to providing more convenient access to relevant information to the local labour force to assist them to make informed choices in respect of career, training and development pathways.
The portal comprises an occupation database, information on training courses, consolidated listings of government job vacancies and vacancies from several key local private job boards, a monthly online magazine named “Explorer” which introduces trending topics concerning careers and workplaces, as well as career quizzes.
You are cordially invited to visit the portal*, share its information with your friends, and follow the social media accounts of the online magazine “Explorer” (Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin).
If you have any suggestion or enquiry concerning the portal, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*For the best viewing experience, talent.gov.hk adopts the latest programming technologies, and does not fully support Internet Explorer. Please view the website using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Edge or Safari.
Human Resources Planning and Poverty Co-ordination Unit
Chief Secretary for Administration's Private Office
由政務司司長出任主席的人力資源規劃委員會籌劃並於2019年12月1日推出全新的一站式網上人力資源資訊平台 — talent.gov.hk，以整合不同來源的相關資訊及數據，讓本地勞動人口在職業、進修及培訓規劃時，可更方便掌握更多有用的參考和導向。
*為求最佳的瀏覽效果，talent.gov.hk採用較新的程式編寫技術，不完全支援Internet Explorer瀏覽器，請使用 Google Chrome、Mozilla Firefox、Edge或Safari瀏覽器。
Green Living29 OCT 2019 - 04 JUN 2020
Would you like to promote sustainability in Hong Kong? Would you like to experience green and sustainable living in Scandinavia? Would you like to learn from the local and overseas experts on how green initiatives could be implemented into everyday life, from the infrastructure and system, city planning, government policy to culture and lifestyle? Join Green Quest Overseas and Local Sustainability Programme 2019-20!
- Oct 2019 - Oct 2020
- Part 1 - The Green Foundation
- Local Project Internship (January 2020 - April 2020)
- Part 2 - The Green Journey
- Overseas Experiential Tour (22 May 2020 - 4 June 2020)
- Part 3 - The Green Giving
- Green Quester Programme (2020-21)
Campus Life02 SEP 2019 - 15 JUN 2020
The Self-Care Corner provides a cozy environment for you to retrieve calmness. We run in the open studio approach to provide comfortable seating area, VR headset, simple handcraft activities and books. Welcome to refuel yourself at any time during the opening hours.
Virtual reality (VR) provides new ways for people to interact with information and media. The Learning Commons offers a VR Room for students to gain immeasurably experience from the enhanced information delivery in three-dimensional and VR digital formats. It is equipped with the two major current VR platforms, the Steam and the HTC Viveport. There are many applications available to enhance students’ learning initiative and experience.
New Student Orientation23 AUG 2019
Welcome to the Undergraduate Halls! In this orientation for Hall freshmen, you will hear from current students on tips for living in the halls and introduction to Hall Life Education Programs. Hall Tours will be provided and you will get to know your hallmates through games and refreshment.
- 23 Aug 2019
- 7pm - 10pm
- Room 114, Undergraduate Halls
- Application Deadline
- 22 Aug 2019 (Thu)