YWCA launches various programmes and activities every summer, and has kept generations of young people company. Registration for Summer Term 2021 has begun and from now until 30 April, members may register via the links provided by our centres to join the lots-drawing sessions, which determine members’ priorities in summer course selection. The results will be announced by individual centres and shown on their respective Facebook pages on 4 May. Members can then visit the corresponding centre according to the allocated time slot on "Member Registration Day" i.e. 15-16 May to sign up for activities that interest them.
Located in different districts, each of the Association’s integrated social service centres provides more than 2,000 programmes and courses during summer. From academic classes, handicraft workshops, to sporting and outdoor activities etc., the great variety of choices can fulfill youngsters of all ages and interests. People with YWCA membership valid until at least 1 Sep are eligible for Summer Term programmes. Non-members can apply for membership when register for the lots-drawing sessions. In view of the economic downturn brought by the pandemic, the Association will offer the public free membership for a year.
With the newly launched online system Ecourse, online registration is available this year. A certain number of vacancies will be reserved for members with online account to sign up through the system on 7 - 8 May. Successful applicants will receive a gift while stocks last. For more details, please contact our centres.
For any enquiries about Summer Term registration or details of the programmes, please contact the centres below.