Service & Simulation
Want to combine service as a part of your X-perience? Sure!
Many groups do what we call ‘Service & Simulation’. They spend part of their time in the Global X-perience programme and part in helping with Crossroads’ needs. Not surprisingly, many find their community service much richer after a Global X-perience!
Schools are welcome to book an entire Service and Simulation Week! Students will have the opportunity to volunteer every day as well as participate in our Struggle for Survival, Blind X-perience and AIDS X-perience, and Fair-Trade Workshop.
- Booking: Participation is by booking. If you would like to make a booking, kindly fill in our .
Language: This programme is available in English.
Suggested Group Size: We suggest a group size of a maximum of 25 students.
Programme fee: The fee for this programme is HKD 1,200 per student for the entire week (not including lunch).
Suggested age-range for programme: 14-18.
- Please check out our for details on:
- The terms and conditions of your booking (including our cancellation and weather policy, and what happens if your number of participants changes)
- What to bring when you visit
- Directions to our site
- .. and more
- For more information on our work with schools, what to expect from a day at Crossroads, as well as a suggested schedule and more practical information for organizers, kindly view the documents below:
Your Volunteer Day at Crossroads
Crossroads and Educational Institutions – English (1)
Service and Simulation Week – Academic Year 22-23 – Teacher Information
To see a full list of Crossroads’ volunteer activities, click here.
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