ROLE internship program

Every year, we recruit students from the Faculty of Law and across the university to join the ROLE internship program. Admitted student interns will have the opportunities to work with and learn from the ROLE steering committee members as well as other senior members of the legal profession and social organizations. Intensive training on rule of law theory and values and developing materials for different audiences will be provided. Student interns will deliver legal seminars at secondary schools to share their knowledge with the younger generation. 

As student interns of the ROLE project, you will:

  • consolidate your understanding of different concepts related to the rule of law through a series of lectures,

  • acquire skills to convey legal knowledge to different audiences through training workshops,

  • learn how to design multimedia materials and interactive activities to teach the rule of law and

  • deliver talks at secondary schools to share your knowledge with the younger generation. 

 

Requirements:  

  1. fluent in Cantonese speaking, master writing in Chinese;

  2. have a strong interest in understanding and promoting the ideals of the Rule of Law;

  3. able and willing to devote at least 5 hours per week;

  4. reliable and strong sense of responsibility and personal integrity;

  5. confident in public speaking;

  6. able to make time to teach secondary school students in late June to mid-July; and

  7. while not a pre-requisite, experience with public affairs, social media and skills with videotaping and editing will be advantages.

 

Duties: 

  • Deliver lectures and seminars in secondary schools

  • Create teaching plans

  • Assist the review of textbooks on rule of law topics

  • Develop contents (textual and multi-media) for our website and/or book publications

 

Starting Date: October or as soon as possible thereafter

 

Duration: October to next year mid-July