Most of our widely recognized activities/services are only available to our member schools, including:
JUPAS Statistics (JUPAS Data Platform)
In 2021, more than 14,000 university admission cases through JUPAS (with HKDSE results) were collected, compiled and shared with teachers/students
2021 年整理超過 14,000 個大學入學個案的中學文憑試成績，供老師/同學參考
JUPAS Seminar and a series of talks on multiple pathways for the new academic structure
Career and life planning and student guidance on-campus teacher professional training
Individual Planning Resource
With the theme of preparing secondary school students from a career guidance perspective", HKACMGM integrates students' exploration of personal aspirations and career planning into "Other Learning Experiences" as an important part of "career-related experiences" (CRE). Relevant resources in line with the local 3-3-4 academic curriculum, further education and the latest development of the labour market have been developed.
1. Finding Your Colours of Life: NSS Subject Choices and the Development of Career Aspirations (2021 Edition)
1. 《尋找生命的色彩：新高中科目選擇及個人抱負的探索》2021 年版
Finding Your Colours of Life is a comprehensive career counseling tool written for junior secondary students. Through exploring junior secondary students’ personal development and areas of study, assisting them to reflect on what they have gained from other learning experiences, and allowing them to experience a series of challenging activities, etc., the tool allows students to experience the process of self-discovery in an in-depth and continuous manner, and guides them to confirm their learning goals in senior form studies and improve their personal learning and social skills.
2. Career Mapping: Career Development Tools for Senior Secondary Students (2021 Edition)
2. 《生涯地圖：高中事業發展學習工具》（2021 年版）
Career Mapping is a career planning tool designed to meet the needs of senior secondary students in their further studies and career development. Through a variety of activities such as self-understanding, exploration of personal learning style, career orientation, etc., students are enabled to revise their senior study plans and to prepare for their further education and vocational training. Also, the tool can help students integrate personal growth experience and other learning experiences to create their personal career development profiles and relevant sections in the Student Learning Profile. Other resources available in the toolinclude: guidelines and suggestions to assist students to write their self-account, information on multiple pathways for senior secondary school students and admission requirements, and updated Holland code according to the refined senior curriculum of the new academic system.
This tool is a joint effort of local scholars, members of HKACMGM and front-line career counsellors, compiled by applying Holland's theory. It is a unique resource about the university programmes, post-secondary courses and job lists in Hong Kong. Through the course of senior secondary studies, students are empowered to make an "informed choice" of their further education and career path. The 2021 edition has a comprehensive update of information on multiple pathways for senior secondary students, and includes the latest versions of the lists of local degree programmes, sub-degree programmes and Holland occupation codes.
此工具由本地學者、香港輔導教師協會及多位前線事業輔導人員撰寫，其中應用荷倫理論而編寫，有關香港的大學課程、大專課程及職業列表更是獨有資源，希望同學透過持續幾年的課堂參與，能為個人升學及就業路向作出「充分知情的選擇」(informed choice)。2021 年版全面更新高中學生多元出路資料，又收錄三個最新版本的學位課程、副學位課程及職業荷倫事業興趣代碼分類表。
Finding Your Colours of LIfe and Career Mapping are written in line with students' career development needs and different learning stages, which allow them to comprehensively and continuously review the learning process of junior and senior secondary studies. When students complete their Secondary 6 studies, they can also choose to top up information related to their studies or other learning experiences to these tools to compile a systematic secondary school career profile. These records can as well provide students with practical basis for preparation of their Student Learning Profile (SLP).
《尋找生命的色彩》及《生涯地圖》配合學生在不同的學習階段的生涯發展需要及任務，讓學生完整並持續地檢視初中及高中的學習歷程，學生甚至可以在中六畢業的時候，加上與學業相關或其他學習經歷的資料，結合成一個有系統的中學生涯檔案。這些紀錄將為學生將來準備「學生學習概覽」(Student Learning Profile; SLP)提供實用的基礎資料。
3. Career Fingerprint
Career Fingerprint is a series of card sorts developed to facilitate career guidance work at school. Currently, our resources include:
A. Career Fingerprint: Occupation Cards
Bilingual, colour-printed; consisting of 50 occupation cards and 6 category cards
中英對照，全彩色印刷；50 張職業咭， 6 張分類咭。
B. Career Fingerprint: Exploring Skills
Bilingual; consisting of 54 skills/style cards and 8 category cards
中英對照；54 張技能/風格咭、8 張分類咭。
In 2009, HKACMGM and Professor Chui Yat Hung jointly published the first edition of "Occupation Cards". In a relaxing and interactive environment, participants, with the company of counsellors or game-mates, are invited to evaluate and reflect on their impressions of different occupations through various card arrangement activities. In the process, they are empowered to get to know themselves, their professional values, abilities, interests, and vision for future work.
In recent years, more and more discussions on human resource development have focused on the importance of "skills", "competency" and "styles" to the younger generation. In 2016, HKACMGM collaborated with Professor Chui Yat Hung and some experienced counsellors, in an attempt to develop the card sort "Career Fingerprints: Exploring Skills" to promote students' understanding of personal skills, work ability, work style and attitude patterns. By drawing the relationship between these characteristics and different occupations, students are encouraged to make continuous progress, explore different possibilities, and develop action plans for their goals.
Both sets of cards are suitable for individual counselling or in-class group activities (one set is recommended for groups of four to six people). The 2022 version has redesigned packaging to make it more convenient to use. The "User Manual" (including the suggested activities and debriefing skills) can be downloadable from the QR Code printed on the card box.
近年愈來愈多有關人力資源發展的討論，關注「技能」(skills)、「素養」(competency) 、「工作風格」(styles) 對年青一代的重要性。2016 年本會再與崔教授及資深輔導人員合作，開發《生涯指紋：探索技能篇》，促進學生了解個人的技能、工作能力、工作風格和態度的模式，以及這些特質與不同職業的關係，鼓勵學生持續進步、探索不同的可能，進而為目標訂立行動計劃。
兩套咭均適用於個人輔導或班內小組活動（建議每四至六人一組用一套）。2022 年版本重新設計包裝，更方便使用，透過盒上的QR Code，就可取得網上的「使用手冊」（包括活動流程、解說技巧）。
4. 《築夢工程 2.0 - 桌上遊戲》
"Dreamcrafter" is a board game based on Holland's career interest theory. It can be used in conjunction with our life-planning publications, "Finding Your Colours of Life", "Career Mapping" and “Occupation Card Sort”, as well as any other life-planning activities. The board game can help teenagers to find their dreams and motivation to learn. It can also be part of counselling or homeroom activities in any classrooms.
The design idea of the board game comes from two motivated and enthusiastic front-line career teachers, who have dreamt of helping teenagers find their dreams through their favourite board games. Through using beautifully designed pictures of 120 kinds of occupations in Hong Kong, students are not only inspired to explore these different occupations, but also deepen their understanding of themselves, enhance their competitiveness, understand the world of work and set goals. The project has also fulfilled the dreams of several students from the Hong Kong Design Institute, VTC, who were in charge of the graphic design of the game. In "Dreamcrafter 2.0", 16 "situation cards" are added to stimulate players to consider different factors when planning for the future, together with different gameplay guidelines, allowing counsellors to use them flexibly in different scenarios.
遊戲的設計意念源自兩位充滿幹勁熱誠的前線生涯輔導老師，他們夢想透過自己酷愛的桌上遊戲，幫助青少年找尋自己的夢和理想。遊戲搜集了 120 種香港職業以精美圖畫啟發學生對不同職業的探索，通過遊戲亦協助他們加深對自己了解丶提升競爭力,認識工作世界以及訂立目標。計畫亦成就了幾位來自香港知專設計學院設計系的學生夢想，他們負責遊戲的圖像設計，學以致用，一展所長。《築夢工程 2.0 版》加入了 16 張「處境咭」，啟發玩家在計劃未來時要考量不同因素外，更有不同的玩法指引，讓輔導人員於不同的場景靈活使用。
5. 21-Day Challenge (published by Jockey Club Project Well-being)
5. 幸福歷程小書：《21天- 看見不一樣的自己》（由本會名下「賽馬會幸福校園實踐計劃」出版）
The publication is a joint effort of the Jockey Club Project Well-being and Dustykid, in an attempt to allow students to attain personal well-being through achieving a 21-day challenge. The 50-page, colour-printed publication is designed in a form of self-reflection record, supplemented by agreeable and mind-soothing graphics and quotations designed by the professional team of Dustykid.
由「賽馬會幸福校園實踐計劃」與 Dustykid 「塵」團隊的全新創作，以輕鬆好玩的筆觸，與學生們在 21 天一同實踐有幸福感的生活目標。全書 50 頁，全彩印刷，有空間讓學生記錄過程感受及經歷，配以獨特有趣的圖像和字句，讓「塵」與學生一起踏上 21 天的旅程，過程中陪伴、打氣。
The ‘21-Day Challenge’ can adopted in forms of:
《21天 – 遇見不一樣的自己》可以應用於：
- Individual / Class-based / Form-based Well-being Summer Mission, or any other self-advancement scheme at school
- A component in Positive Education curriculum at school
- Souvenirs or gifts for Positive Education Week at school
- Gifts to graduates - as reminders to continue to set goals in life
- Year-end gifts to teachers, as token of appreciation to their hard work
- Parent-child activities or gifts to children
- Any other suitable scenarios
- 個人/班本/級本的Well-being Summer Mission/幸福目標實踐計劃，也可同時設置不同獎項鼓勵學生參與