The WYCHK PSA Mentorship Program is one of the most significant activities of PSA and we encourage you to take an active role in this meaningful program.
The main idea of our Program is to establish a closer link in the form of a mentor-mentee relationship among Wahyanites of different generations. Such direct interaction has many advantages for both sides. The mentees will receive support in their self-development from their elder brothers, while the mentors can obtain inspiration and fresh ideas from the younger generation.
Today, we extend our warm invitation to you to join this meaningful program. It is our goal that this program will provide all of you with opportunities to reminisce and reconnect, as well as opportunities for self-critique, engagement, understanding and influencing others. We encourage you to make your move now by completing and returning the attached application form by 31 January, 2008.
Details of the program and the application forms are attached below. We would be grateful if you could recommend our program to your fellows who may be interested as well.
Please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Ralph Tong or Mr. Willie Cheng if you have any questions regarding the program.
Invitation letter from Council Chairman (Acrobat pdf format)
Information presentation (Microsoft PowerPoint format)
Application form for Mentor (Microsoft Word format)
Application form for Mentee (Microsoft Word format)
PSA Mentorship Program donned its first group event on June 11, 2007 íV a social dinner with the theme "Etiquette and interpersonal skills for workplace survival". For details of this event, please click here to download the activity report (pdf file)
The Wah Yan (Hong Kong) Past Students Association proudly presents the 1st Mentorship Programme to the members of their 20s and 30s.
The Opening Ceremony will take place at 2:00p.m. on 3rd March, 2007 in the Integrated Humanity Centre, or better known as the Ma Ying Library before, at the far end of the 2/F of the Laboratory Wing.
Program run-down for the Opening Ceremony can be downloaded here (pdf format).
Do come and let our brotherhood get stronger and stronger!
If you have any questions regarding this program, please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Ralph Tong or Mr. Willie Cheng.
We are proud to report that over 60 people (montors/mentees) attend our Opening Ceremony. We would like to share some of the images with you. Please click here to view the photos.