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Recent Activities of HKBU Local Alumni Associations

Job Hunting Skills and Techniques—Winning Feat

The HKBU School of Business Alumni Association (SBAA) and HKBU School of Business jointly organised a seminar entitled “Job Hunting Skills and Techniques - Winning Feat” on 29 May 2012. Duplicating the success from previous seminars, the job hunting seminar has hit a great success with more than 60 students and senior alumni attended.

At the seminar, Ms. Zoe Wong, former Human Resources Director of Henderson (China) Investment Co. Ltd, shared her experience on how to prepare a killing resume to capture the attention of employers. On the other hand, Ms. Chris Lam, Audit Partner of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, introduced the recruitment process and selection criteria of professional accounting firm. The event was overall well received by the audience.


Mr Bernard Wu, President of SBAA (3rd from left) and Professor Lin Zhijun, Head of the Department of Accountancy and Law, HKBU (4th from right) presenting souvenirs to guest speakers, Ms. Zoe Wong (middle) and Ms. Chris Lam (4th from left)


HKBUAA Mentoring Programme 2012-13 – Workshop on Career Planning and the Internet Business Communication Etiquette

Hong Kong Alumni Association (HKBUAA) always put strong emphasis on nurturing young fellows and guiding them to fit in the working environment after graduation. The workshop of HKBUAA Mentoring Programme–Career Planning and the Internet Business Communication Etiquette was held at Sir Run Run Shaw Building on 16 June 2012. The mentees of last year also showed their support and shared their feelings and insights after joining the programme.

The programme was kicked off by the sharing of Alumna Rose Wai, who has extensive experience in human resources. She shared her views on how to plan the career path for oneself. On the other hand, Mr. Dirk Haddow, a friend of Alumna Wai, introduced business writing essentials for the 21st Century. He gave an interactive presentation on communication through email, social media and instant messaging.

In closing, Alumnus Arnold Chan introduced six sector-based interest groups in the arenas of Human Resources, General Commerce, Professional Examination, Public Sector, as well as Public Relations, Communications & Translation and Finance and Banking. It is aimed that mentees who wish to start their career path in these respective fields could model their professional mentors.


About 60 alumni join the workshop held in June and find the sharing inspirational

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