If you are aged between 15 and 24, have an associate degree or under, and have a passion for computers, a new IT project might be just the thing for you. The 'In' Generation-Special IT Community Employment Project aims to provide employment for young people who are interested in a career in the industry. The project is jointly organised by the Chamber of Hong Kong Computer Industry, the Labour Department and the Federation of Trade Unions. Employers in the IT industry are invited to provide job vacancies. The project provides recruitment talks and expos to link job-seekers and employers. Everyone hired will get to 160 hours' free pre-job training under the Labour Department's Youth Pre-Employment Training Programme. There are also mentorship programmes provided by industry veterans. Since its launch earlier this month, the project has generated more than 80 vacancies, such as sales staff, technicians, maintenance assistants and graphic designers, in the IT industry. Yeung Ka-sing, chairman, of the Community Investment and Inclusion Fund Committee, said: 'The project is a win-win situation for both employers and young people who are looking forward to a future in the IT industry.' He said confidence was vital to young people looking to join the workforce. 'Through the training and mentorship programme, young people can benefit greatly not just in terms of learning skills and knowledge but also grow as a person.'