The Problem

In our daily direct communications with our service users and through our projects, we have observed the ethnic minority youth and job seekers need assistance in job hunting – ranging from career planning, CV writing, cover note writing, and interview skills, to how to communicate with colleagues and external stakeholders professionally. Recognising the gap in the employability capacity in the community, The Zubin Foundation launched the Online Training Academy in October 2020.

Our Work

“Knowledge is power” – a better education is the key to a better quality of life.

Everyone must keep enriching their skillset to handle different matters in life – from job seeking, and interviewing to leisure. We partner with companies and organisations of all sizes to produce both online and in-person training courses on a wide range of topics for free for ethnic minority youth and job seekers in Hong Kong. Since 2019, The Zubin Foundation has offered sessions on the following topics:

  • Employability
    • Career Exploration
    • CV Clinic
    • Interview Skills
    • Public Speaking
    • Office Manners in Hong Kong and Working with the Wider Population
  • Language
    • Cantonese for Beginners
    • Cantonese for Workplace
    • Business Writing
  • Soft-skills
    • Time Management: Balance Your Work, Study & Life
    • Financial Literacy
    • Networking Skills
  • Mental Health
    • About Your Mental Health 
    • Resilience and Mindfulness

Since 2019, 589 ethnic minority individuals and 378 corporate volunteers have participated in the project, with a total of over 1,200 sessions organised by The Zubin Foundation.


Our Impact

Our Partner

Click below to view all the participating partner companies and individuals who have trained ethnic minority youth.

Our Sponsor

Chen Yet Shen Family Foundation (2021 – 2023)


To receive free training WhatsApp +852 9133 4700 or email

To become a partner contact, Mathew Yu | Project Manager |