Closing Ceremony Event Assistant (28 Oct)

Looking for volunteers with interest/experience to help us with our wrap up event for our 2023 Fellowship Cohort

Closing Ceremony Event Assistant (28 Oct)
Community Development
Human Rights

Posted 11 months ago. Application closed.

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Project Details

What we need
  • Attend virtual briefing meetings prior to the event
  • Provide assistance to the team and support the delivery of Resolve Fellowship Closing Ceremony (28 October, 4:30pm-6:30pm)
  • Assist Resolve staff with executing the event and attending to guests
  • Volunteers with interest or experience in supporting in-person events
  • Good cultural sensitivity and emotional intelligence

Every year, Resolve convenes and provides support to 20 extraordinary and diverse individuals from the community as part of our social justice fellowship program. They have strong interest and potential for social justice leadership and are committed to the theme of the year. This year, our fellowship is on the theme Closing the Learning Gap: (E)quality Education for all. Each year, the fellowship explores a different theme, but the model stays the same: a program that combines human rights education, campaigning skills and leadership development. It is a community for mutual support and learning and we offer 8 group workshops and mentoring to help the fellows build their capacity and leadership for social justice. To celebrate the end of our Fellowship program, we are hosting a Closing Ceremony to commemorate the achievements and effort of our current cohort.

What we have

We have the tools, venue and experience designing and facilitating interactive events that build an intimate and supportive community for developing leadership. The Event Volunteer can learn and experience how to run an interactive celebration in-person event.

Why this is important

Education transforms lives. Access to quality education has the potential to be a great equalizer, providing a pathway to a better quality of life through increased job opportunities, improved socioeconomic status, and providing dignity, empowerment, and personal development. In Hong Kong, the inequitable distribution of educational resources and accessibility of opportunities is undermining the role education can play in supporting underprivileged students to achieve upward social mobility. This year, we are excited to announce that the event is also funded by Swire TrustTomorrow, which engages the general public who are interested in exploring changes in education in Hong Kong. Moreover, there will be a photo exhibition by our 2023 Fellows that they feel reflects their social justice journey and work within the area of (E)quality Education.Participants will meet the Resolve team, current Fellows, and other changemakers in the city, who will share with you the details of the program and their experiences. This volunteer role is essential to the successful execution of our wrap up event. You will also help create a warm and welcoming environment for the attendees.

Project Period

28 Oct 2023 - 28 Oct 2023



Team Project

You’ll be working with other awesome volunteers.



4 hours in total

  • 28 Oct 2023 3:30 - 7:30pm
  • Event Production
  • Event Planning
  • Adminstrative Support
  • Project Coordination
Experience Level
  • Some experience
  • Chinese (Cantonese)
  • English
Age Range

Swire Trust Go-Givers Program aims to encourage skilled volunteers to support Swire Trust NGO partners in education, marine conservation, and arts.

From now until 2025, 10 outstanding volunteers will be selected annually as the “Swire Trust Go-Givers of the Year" with special and empowering rewards. 40 volunteers who contribute the highest number of hours annually will also be recognised! Meet our previous Go-Givers here and view the rewards here.

About the Organization

Resolve Foundation


Community Development
Human Rights
What we do

Founded in 2017, Resolve is a s88 charity with a mission to amplify the impact of emerging community leaders to drive a more inclusive Hong Kong. Our name comes from our values: Rights, Equality, Solidarity, Organization, Leadership, Voice and Empowerment. Our programs include our signature annual Fellowship, a structured capacity building program that brings together social innovators from diverse walks of life, and an Opportunity Fund, offering supported seed grant funding to deliver community projects. We also deliver public education and corporate engagement campaigns on furthering inclusive practices, to reach the widest possible audience.

Closing Ceremony Event Assi...

4 hours in total, 1 day

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