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Event   Thursday Sharing Session - Career Action Plan: A Roadmap to Your Future
Place   17/F. Jie Yang Building, 271 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Organiser   HKUGA

Dates and Times
Dates   2010/06/17
Start time   PM 07:30
Close time   PM 09:30


The Hong Kong University Graduates Centre

Thursday Sharing Session

Career Action Plan:  A Roadmap to Your Future


Career planning is an ongoing process through which young people can have a better understanding of their own interests, preferences, personalities and academic background and enhance their abilities in making career choices.  Under the keen competition of job hunting, with careful and proper planning, you stand a better chance of achieving a career that you aspire to.










17 June 2010 (Thursday)

7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

HKUGA Premises

17/F. Jie Yang Building, 271 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Ms. Mona Cheung

Member / HKU student: Free of charge

Non-member: HK$50

(Note: Seats are limited.  Please confirm your enrollment as soon as possible to secure the seat.)


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Main Contents of the Sharing Session:

*   Choose a career

*   Explore different types of occupations

*   Prepare for the competition - Hong Kong and China

*   Acquire the skills you need

*   Resume and covering letter

*   Interview tips

*   Grooming

*   12 elements for success



Joe Tong         - Mobile : 9285 5042

Email :

Ian Chu       -  Mobile : 9079 0460  Email :


About the Speaker:

Ms. Mona Cheung is the Executive Director of Keysbond International Holdings Ltd. She is also the Managing Director of the trading subsidiary of the group and the General Manager of the manufacturing subsidiary in Mainland China.  With membership affiliation to six professional bodies, including the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management, the Chartered Institute of Marketing, the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply and the Hong Kong Institute of Directors, she is also a member of the Zonta Club of Hong Kong and an executive committee member of the Hong Kong University Graduates Association. Ms. Cheung holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Hong Kong.


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