Many teenagers are worried about their future careers. They may be interested in various fields, but are unsure about the prospects and the working conditions. Junior Achievement Hong Kong (JAHK) has come up with the perfect solution. Job Shadowing aims to give students an insight into possible careers by getting them directly involved. The most recent event was held last week, during which 34 students from four secondary schools got a glimpse of one of their career options - in-flight catering. Since it was set up in 2001, JAHK has organised around 200 such programmes, in which more than 5,600 students took part. 'We want to provide students who are thinking about which direction to follow in the future with opportunities to put what they have learned in the classroom to practice,' said Vivian Lau, chief executive officer of JAHK. Students who took part in the programme joined for similar expectations. They all wanted to gain a better understanding of the field. Terry Lai Ka-wai, 15, of Po Leung Kuk 1983 Board of Directors' College, said he wanted to gain work experience from the programme. Fung Sze-wa, from the Po Leung Kuk Wu Chong College, said she wanted to find out about the requirements of this industry and the work involved. 'I would like to gain more experience so I can plan my future,' said Elton Yip, a student from Ching Chung Hau Po Woon Secondary School. Participants were given a tour of LSG Sky Chef, the world's largest provider of in-flight catering. They also prepared some in-flight meals, which gave them hands-on experience in in-flight catering. Tom Wang, vice-president of the Asia-Pacific human resources department of LSG, said that they would like to contribute to the community by supporting Hong Kong's future leaders. The participants found the experience rewarding. Lee Ka-ming, from Ching Chung Hau Po Woon Secondary School, said: 'It showed me what the job actually involves and how the airline food service works. I will consider choosing it as my future career.'