RECOGNISING the counselling needs of secondary school students, the non-profit youth organisation, Hok Yau Club, will open a student hotline in March. The hotline will give advice on matters ranging from further study or beginning a career, to exam pressures and study difficulties. Counsellors manning the phones are being recruited. Applicants should hold a tertiary qualification, or have completed Form Five and be aged 21 or above, and be mature and enthusiastic. They can attend a training course after an interview. It includes the concepts, principles and skills of counselling, self-understanding and information concerning study and career. The training costs $15. The hotline service, on number 503-3399, will commence in mid-March, and will be available between 7 pm and 9 pm, Tuesday and Friday. For more information, contact Hok Yau Club Student Guidance Centre in person, or write to Flat A, 1/F, Sun Ying Building, 43 King's Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong with a self-addressed envelope. The deadline for applications is January 31.