Māori youth from kura kaupapa Māori and wharekura have gathered at the Rapuara - Careers Expo in Christchurch. A first of its kind in the South, the main focus is for reo Māori students to find their place out in the workforce.
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Being Māori in the Royal Navy
New Zealand Navy officer Kelsey Bartlett is attending Waitangi celebrations for the first time. She knew from a young age that University wasn’t for her, and so embarked on a career with the Royal New Zealand Navy.
Rangatahi Māori encouraged to enter marine industry
Educationalists from around the country gathered in Auckland for Tuia Te Ako, an event which aims to strengthen Māori learner success. The event has attracted a number of sectors including teachers and training practitioners.
Hāpai Te Hauora welcomes drug testing policy to support students
National public health organization Hāpai Te Hauora acknowledges Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology based in Rotorua for reviewing their policy to drug test students.
Tikipunga High School students brings life back to cars
A secondary school in Whangarei has aimed to popularise one of their Automotive Trades Academy's to help students graduate and increase their chances in the trade industry. But it's not just for guys, 12 graduates including five young women are taking part.
College dropout to multi-award winning mental health practitioner
A report by the National Centre for Māori Health says, Māori are more likely to want help with reducing drug and alcohol use than non-Māori. Now Careerforce Māori Trainee of the year Turaukawa Bartlett is providing health and wellness services to Māori families.
Rotorua mayor launches taskforce to assist youth
Rotorua mayor Steve Chadwick has today launched her Rotorua mayor's taskforce for jobs.
Rotorua Careers Expo exposes youth to more options
According to the Ministry of Youth Development, young Māori aged 15 to 24 are more likely to be unemployed than any other ethnic group in New Zealand but in the Waiariki region, there's a push to see more youth succeed.