Maori Battalion’s legacy champions new paths to excellence
Education Minister Hekia Parata says that students can visit the battle sites of World War Two, and enter a nationwide multimedia challenge as part of a revamped package to champion excellence in Maori education and leadership. “To ensure the Maori Battalion’s legacy endures, the Ngarimu VC and ...Continue Reading...
Tohu Hiranga Excellence and Innovation Awards 2014
The Henry Rongomau Bennett Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of the applications for the Tohu Hiranga Awards 2014. These Awards acknowledge excellence and innovation, and Maori Leadership in the Mental Health and Addiction sectors. Importantly, these Awards recognise the need to ...Continue Reading...
Maori Arts Internship Programme 2014
Toi Maori Aotearoa is happy to announce that we will be running Maori Arts internships in 2014. The programme aims to develop future Maori arts managers, professionals and producers, to support Maori arts infrastructure, and establish pathways for emerging Maori who wish to embark on a career ...Continue Reading...
Rangatahi technology apprenticeships now open at Vodafone
Vodafone are pleased to announce that application for next year’s Technology Apprenticeship is now underway. For those who are not familiar with the programme, below are the main selection criteria: - Have completed Level 2 NCEA and have the potential to, or have recently completed, Level 3 ...Continue Reading...
Scholarships for Maori and Pasifika High Achievers
Scholarships Information about 2014 TeachNZ scholarships is now available. The categories, types, and number of scholarships vary from year to year. The table here outlines the scholarship categories and types that will be available for 2014. Every year TeachNZ reviews data on teaching ...Continue Reading...
Entries open for PM’s Business Scholarships
Prime Minister John Key says executives looking to expand their international expertise should apply for this year’s Prime Minister’s Business Scholarships, which are now open for applications. The scholarships are designed to build business capability and develop skills, particularly in ...Continue Reading...
Maori may split over radio spectrum
(Stuff.co.nz) A split appears possible between Maori over whether they should accept a $30 million ”ICT development fund” offered by the Government or press ahead with a legal bid for a slice of hundreds of millions of dollars worth of radio spectrum. The Maori Spectrum Coalition ...Continue Reading...
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