155 conceptual to practice, this book started by reviewing concepts related to volunteerism, its importance to youth development, the experiences of Asia as well as Hong Kong when pursuing and developing youth volunteerism. Following this, CYEP was used as a frontline example on how to create and manage a youth volunteering project as guided by the Reciprocal Volunteer Process Model (RVPM) developed by this book. Five of the volunteer service programs for five different target groups by CYEP were used to demonstrate the practice of the RVPM. In this concluding chapter, some cases of youth who had participated in these programmes will retrospectively look back to their experience and share how and what CYEP has impacted their life and career goals? From these, we draw the conclusion on how young volunteers are empowered through volunteering.