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Community Youth Club (CYC)

 

History, Aim and Objective

 

Introduction

The Community Youth Club owes its origin to the Clean Team of the Youth which was established in primary and secondary schools by the then Education Department in 1974 in response to the government’s launch of the Clean Hong Kong Campaign. The purpose of it was to provide students with opportunities to engage directly in community work through various activities to clean up Hong Kong’s hygienic environment. After years of development and expansion in its scope of community services, the Clean Team of the Youth was officially renamed the Community Youth Club (CYC) in February 1978. With its motto "Learn, Be concerned and Serve", the Club continues to provide the primary and secondary students in Hong Kong with additional chances of understanding and serving the community.

 

The activities of the CYC range from conducting talks, competitions and exhibitions, organising training camps and leadership training programmes, visiting community organisations, and providing community services for the promotion of civic awareness and good social behaviour.

 

History of CYC (Chinese version only)

 

Aim and Objective

The aim of the CYC is to work for a better Hong Kong.

All CYC members are local young people who are ready to serve the community. Their duties are to:

  1. know and understand community matters;
  2. participate in community service projects;
  3. work with other civic groups in serving the community;
  4. arouse the public awareness of civic responsibility;
  5. set an example for the community as a keen supporter of community services.

 

The objective of the CYC is to provide the youth with education outside the school curriculum to enhance their sense of civic responsibility. Through visits to community service organisations, CYC members can experience personally the work of these institutions and learn to be a caring person with a passion for active participation in community affairs.

 

CYC Constitution

 

CYC Declaration on Healthy Living

 

CYC Song

Click this to download CYC song (mp3 format)

Click this to download music scores of CYC song (Chinese version only)

Click this to download lyrics of CYC song (Chinese version only)

Click this to download lyrics of CYC song in Mandarin (Chinese version only)

Click this to download demonstration video of CYC song in sign language