The Youth Start-up Internship Programme jointly launched by Cyberport and The Home Affairs Bureau last September was received enthusiastically by students, with 17 applicants competing for an opening on average. To allow more youngsters with the passion for joining the digital technology industry to learn more about this sector, Cyberport and The Home Affairs Bureau are now offering 70 more internship positions in Smart Living and Fintech, as well as Digital Entertainment. Successful applicants will be invited to attend training activities organised by the Cyberport Academy, including business sharing sessions, site visits and workshops. Interns will be required to complete at least 100 work hours during the 3-month internship period.
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