Māori Future Makers – Hear the stories of successful Māori
Titiro mai Whakarongo mai Hi! Te hunga taiohi!
Hei tērā wiki, katahi ka whakarewa tēnei ipurangi hei awhi i ngā hunga e whai ake ana ki te matauranga, ki te mahi e wawatatia ana.
The Minister of Māori Affairs, Peter Sharples, has recently launched a new website developed by rangatahi (youth) and whānau (families) to assist Māori into tertiary studies and industry training.
Hear the stories of successful Māori in knowledge-based jobs and course/career pathways of study that enable students to pursue a career in their chosen field.
This website will be highly useful and will support young people into work.
There are lots of resources and links to providers, plus the initiative uses the online space to connect with young people and inspire them by sharing other people’s success stories.
Visit the website http://www.maorifuturemakers.com
Ka puta ki te whai ao, ki te ao mārama, Tihei Mauri ora!