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Community Youth Club

Member Merit Award Scheme

 

 

Since the introduction of the CYC Member Merit Award Scheme in 1978, many members have attained awards at different level each year. The CYC Council conducted a comprehensive review on the scheme in 1991. Another revision was also resolved by the Council in the 2006/07 school year. The revised scheme has been launched since 1 September 2008 after taking into account opinions and advice of the schools.

 

Under the new scheme, the coverage of recognized activities or services becomes more extensive, including those with the objective of “Learn, Be Concerned and Serve”. Members are encouraged to participate in the planning and implementation of various activities or services and to develop their leadership skills.

 

Criteria and Application for Awards

  • Secondary schools: Please refer to the Membership Record Book (Secondary School) for details or click here to download
  • Primary schools: Please refer to the Membership Record Book (Primary School) for details or click here to download.

 

Notes to Awards Application

  • To apply for awards of level 2 or below, please complete the CYC Member Merit Award Record Form and return it to CYC Office by email, fax or post.
  • To apply for awards of Level 3 or Honour Levels, please complete the CYC Member Merit Award Record Form and return it with verified Membership Record Books to CYC Office for approval by post.
  • Times and occasions for presenting awards of different levels are varied. Please tender awards application to CYC Office before any presentation and kindly pay attention to relevant notification.

→Badges of Foundation Level and Level 1 will be presented by teachers-in-charge in schools in any appropriate time.

→Badges of Level 2 will be presented in district annual prize presentation ceremonies.

→Badges of Level 3 and Honour Levels will be presented in Annual Parade.

  • Each member can only be conferred one badge of each level. The CYC Office will not offer any badges to members for reasons of loss or ruin.

 

List of Awardees (Chinese Version Only)