Intern programme announced The HKU school of professional and continuing education has announced an internship programme starting in July to enhance graduates' competitiveness. Eligible graduates will be posted to school departments for six months to a year and paid HK$7,000 to HK$8,000. Director speaks to students Director Lee Lik-chi gave a lecture to 400 Shue Yan University students on creative industries. The director has collaborated with comedy actor Stephen Chow Sing-chi and enjoyed a 20-year career. Union to protest against scheme The Professional Teachers' Union will protest next month in Central against the kindergarten voucher scheme. It will ask the government to review the scheme and introduce measures to lessen the pressure on kindergarten teachers. 700 students in maths contest Seven hundred students from more than 230 primary and secondary schools participated in the Hong Kong leg of the National Hua Luogeng Cup Mathematics Competition, which tests the knowledge of Primary Six and Form One students. The 12 winners will represent Hong Kong in the Guangdong finals in July. Pilot scheme to share facilities Both the Kowloon City District Council and District Office have launched a pilot scheme to let community organisations use school facilities free. Charity or non-profit organisations and other social groups can call 2621 3411 for booking information.