Four core projects on the theme 'Think Globally, Act Locally' have been scheduled by the Hong Kong Outstanding Students' Association (HKOSA) in a bid to raise their peers' social awareness and community conscience. Led by president Donald Sham Shun-on from La Salle College, the 18th committee of the HKOSA includes students from Diocesan Boys' School, Diocesan Girls' School, King's College, Marymount Secondary School, St Joseph's College, St Mary's Canossian College and St Paul's Convent School. The first event organised by the new committee will be the Student Leaders of Tomorrow Scheme next month. The seven-month leadership training programme targets executive committee members of the student associations of local secondary schools. For Form Two and Three students, a volunteer training scheme SamariTEENS' Effect, featuring workshops and a day camp, will kick off in January. As in past years, the association will host a Youth Summit in March for Forms Four to Six students. A simulation of the United Nations' General Assembly, the summit consists of forums on local issues in which proposals will be submitted to the governing body. During summer, there will be a three-day Interflow Camp with the theme 'Teens' Unlimited'. The camp provides an opportunity for Forms Three to Five students to interact and discover their talents. Visit www.osa.org.hk for more information.