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Passionate about mental health? If you are interested in destigmatising mental health and joining a small team, we may have a job for you. All job opportunities for Mind HK will be posted here, so please do come back and check if none are currently available.


Mind HK Summer Engagement Programme

Coolminds, Mind HK’s youth initiative, is seeking interns and high-school students to join their Mind HK Summer Engagement Programme.

Internship Programme – open to university students, the internship will focus on the development and roll out of a large-scale youth mental health project, Coolminds.  Coolminds is Mind HK’s youth mental health initiative in partnership with the KELY Support Group.It aims to bring international best practice in youth mental health to Hong Kong and aid in the implementation of programmes for the prevention, early intervention, and management of youth mental health.

High School Work Experience – open to high school students, the experience allows students to learn what it is like to work in a leading non-profit. You will gain experience in areas such as programme and community development, communications, administration and more!

You may find the full job description here: MindHK_SummerEngagementProgramme (1)

Applications will be accepted until May 27. To apply, please fill out this form; please review the job description prior to applying.

If you have any questions or would like to register your interest in working for us, please email [email protected].

Mind HK Content Internship

Mind HK is seeking a content intern for this summer; the role will revolve around mental health content that is accessed by up to 16,000 people per month. This internship will provide you with a valuable opportunity to work with a small and dynamic team, improve your knowledge of mental health, gain basic website design skills, and be a part of increasing mental health awareness in Hong Kong.

Job Responsibility:

– Content production
– Editing mental health online material
– Formatting and basic design work
– Administrative tasks


– Passionate about mental health/public health
– Good written and communications skills is a must
– Fluent in English, Cantonese preferred
– Must be a second/third/fourth year undergraduate student or graduate student
– Experience with WordPress/web design is a plus
– Background in or knowledge of psychology is a plus

Hours per week: Full time (ideal), open to negotiation

Length of internship: Summer semester (open to extending into fall part time) – mid June to August

Pay: Unpaid. We will cover travel and food expenses

Application: Please send your CV and a brief cover letter to [email protected]We recommend applying as soon as possible.

Please email [email protected] / [email protected] if you have any enquiries.