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SEN Career Corner


Students with disabilities or special educational needs are strongly advised to acquire career coaching and guidance services on job search skills such as CV polishing, cover letter writing, interview techniques to have a well preparation for the careerpath. A series of career preparation, professional employment advices, personalized job matching services are provided by the government and relevant non-governmental organizations for students with disabilities or special educational needs.  


2024 Student Internship Scheme in the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR)


The Civil Service Bureau of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) has launched an internship scheme for students with disabilities since 2016. The scheme aims at promoting a better understanding of the ability and potential of persons with disabilities within the Government and strengthening the competitiveness of students with disabilities before joining the job market.

Scheme Details

Post Title:   Summer Intern

Duration:     Eight weeks in summer 2024 during one of the following periods: 

  • 17 June (Mon) – 9 August 2024 (Fri) or  
  • 2 July (Tue) – 23 August 2024 (Fri) 

Salary:         HK$11,200 per month (The remuneration for each calendar month will be calculated on a pro-rata basis.)  

Remarks:    Click here for more Scheme details (including job range). 


  1. Be a permanent resident of HKSAR.
  2. Be a non-final year registered student with SEN studying a full-time bachelor degree.

Submission of Application

Interested students should submit a completed application package (including application form and essay) by email to on or before 22 February 2024 (Thursday). Late or incomplete applications will not be processed. Successful applicants will be informed by the Civil Service Bureau by May 2024.


CareER scholarship poster 2024


Project Name: 

Jockey Club Collaborative Project for Inclusive Employment – ‘Diversity Works’: Internship Portal for Youth with SEN 

Project Objectives: 

  • To enhance the employability of the participants through internship and training
  • To prepare the participants with widen perspectives for learning and working
  • To enhance the understanding of young adults with SEN among tertiary institutions, employers and the public

​Program/Service Highlights: 

  • Job exploration: The participants will explore different industries, working positions and career options to gain market insights and experiences. The employers and project staff will support participants to get prepared for developing various sets of skills such as team communication and cooperation skills.
  • Internship: The participants will be given internship opportunities to work for various agencies. It provides a real-life working environment to learn workplace culture, interpersonal skills and working strategy. Internship will be arranged based on the participant’s assessment results, portfolio and learning goals to make a suitable matching.
  • Demonstration Centre: The demonstration centre is a work station with various work settings and controllable equipment. It provides participants an individualized environment for job training, assessment and accommodation strategy.
  • Internship Matching and On-site support: Tailor-made matching services will be initiated to ensure suitable candidates with related talent fitting into corresponding employers. Based on the unique corporation needs, we provide professional consultation and support for business partners such as staff training and collaborative discussion for workplace modification and accommodation plans. 

Please click here for further details. 

Contact Us:

Tel: +852 2336 0210

Address: SAHK Youth Development Platform, No. 120-123, G/F, Man Wo House, Wo Che Estate, Shatin, N.T.                


Career Preparation Training

To learn how reasonable accommodations empower students with different special educational needs to enjoy equal work experience, we have prepared a series of videos for you! Stay tuned for more videos to come!


1) Supporting Students with Visual Impairment


2) Supporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder


3) Supporting Students with Physical Disabilities


4) Supporting Students with Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)


5) Supporting Students with Hearing Impairment


6) Supporting Students with Specific Learning Disorder

Sharing of Student with Special Educational Needs (SSEN) 

Mr. Cheuk Ka Ho (Rex), physical disabled due to an accident, was fully engaged in the CareER Jockey Club Thriving Grass Career Development Program 2021. Take a look at what he would like to share with us.