With a passion for serving others, Cecilia has been the chairlady of her secondary school’s Religious Activities Convenor, the Publishing Officer of the Psychology Society, and the Student Ambassador of the Faculty of Social Science. Her personal background have helped her to understand the importance of cross-sector collaboration.
Realizing her interest and ability to help children, Cecilia has been serving the society as a volunteer tutor for various organizations, including CLC Children Centre, Z Club and the Community Youth Club. She has also designed and facilitated a 10-session “The 7 habits” program, leading a team to cultivate the habits among primary school students, especially in effective time management and goal setting.
Dedicated to fostering children’s healthy development and enabling them to find their worth, Cecilia seeks to understand different special educational needs (SEN) and promote the development of SEN children. Observing that people may not be familiar with the special educational needs, she has a vision to promote the inclusiveness between SEN children and the public through providing genuine information about special educational needs.
With the support from Scholarship, she hopes to put her knowledge in psychology into practice, assisting students overcome difficulties they may encounter.