4 days ago
8 days to go before the Health Workforce NZ Hauora Māori Training Fund scholarships close! Jump on-line...kia tere!! ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
Tēnā koutou e te iwi!!! An exciting weekend ahead in the Wairarapa for the Ngāti Kahungunu Kapa Haka Regionals 2020!!! Get along and tautoko - an amazing opportunity to be inspired by the leadership, commitment, dedication, passion, blood, sweat and tears of our whānau performing!!! ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Rangatahi of the Wairoa District... this is a call to you!
If you are a rangatahi (aged 16-25) and you are looking to improve your skills in mahi and employment opportunities please check this out: the Wairoa Rangatahi Into Employment Fund.
This fund is for rangatahi who are in need of support to access sustained employment opportunities, remain in sustained employment or advance in their current employment.
If you would like to find out more about the fund, you can visit this link:
There is an online form in the link above that you can fill out, it's easy to do.
Alternatively, if you would like further information or you would like to fill out a form in person, you can contact Council's Community Development Officer Austin King on 06 838 7309 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or, you can pick up a form from the Wairoa i-SITE and the Wairoa District Council office in Queen Street. ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Nourish food coming to Maraenui (: ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Ka Rawe Rana Beaumont ! A huge need for Maori practitioners within oral health. Not only dentists but dental assistants and dental therapists. A great career pathway to consider.Rana Beaumont is spending her summer fulfilling her desire to improve children’s dental health, working at our community dental hub in Flaxmere while she studies for her Bachelor of Health Science (oral health) degree.
“We’re engaging with whānau so they understand the importance of good oral hygiene and the big part it plays in keeping children happy and healthy. It’s so rewarding when you provide much-needed treatment to a child that makes a real difference to their health and wellbeing."
Read more about Rana's path here: bit.ly/dentalupskilling
All families with pre-schoolers and school-aged children up to age 18 can either text for an appointment on 027-453-5282, or simply drop into Totara Health, 90 Caernarvon Drive, Flaxmere between 9am and 4pm Monday-Friday for their free appointment. ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
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New Post Graduate Scholarship at EIT
• A new scholarship to assist graduates and alumni to undertake postgraduate study in their chosen field at EIT was announced today by the institute’s Chief Executive, Chris Collins.
• The scholarship is valued at $1000 and can be used for fees or related costs. Applicants must hold at least an undergraduate qualification, honours or meet programme entry requirements. There are six scholarships available for 2020.
• It is open to individuals who have not previously undertaken postgraduate studies.
• Applications are currently open and close on March 27th.
Ngā mihi ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
Very exciting news for Massey University - Professor Meihana Durie, has been appointed the University’s new Deputy Vice-Chancellor Māori.
Professor Meihana Durie, of Rangitāne, Ngāti Kauwhata, Ngāti Raukawa Te Au ki Te Tonga, Ngāti Porou, Rongo Whakaata, Ngāi Tahu, has led Te-Pūtahi-ā-Toi, Massey's School of Māori Knowledge for the past two-and-a-half years and is an award-winning Māori public health and education scholar. He also holds a number of leadership roles in tikanga and Te Reo Māori for Rangitāne, Ngāti Kauwhata and Ngāti Raukawa Te Au ki Te Tonga.
He takes over the role from Distinguished Professor Hingangaroa Smith, who has become the University’s inaugural Te Toi Ihorei ki Pūrehuroa, a position for Māori scholars of distinction, with a remit to continue the vital work of guiding Massey on its journey to becoming Te Tiriti-led.
Professor Durie says “This role is of immense importance to Māori and to our University and I hope to build upon the work and contribution of all those who have advanced Māori development at our University in such transformative ways."
Read more here -
www.massey.ac.nz/mas…/about-massey/news/article.cfm… ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
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4 weeks ago
Here's an awesome Scholarship opportunity. The Kawharu Foundation in partnership with Auckland Museum are offering a $10,000 grant to any students of Māori descent, who are studying full-time at undergraduate or graduate level at a New Zealand university or wānanga, and have an interest in cultural heritage. The purpose of the scholarship is to support and encourage Māori research and leadership, particularly in the field of cultural heritage.
Check it out here -
www.aucklandmuseum.com/discover/research/kawharu-scholarship ... See MoreSee Less