Todd McClay MP
Would you like to be my Rotorua Electorate Youth MP for 2019?
Youth Parliament will be held on 16 and 17 July 2019 in Wellington. This triennial event gives young people the opportunity to understand and be a part of the Parliamentary process. The Ministry of Youth Development will cover your costs including travel, accommodation and meals in Wellington.
I am looking for an exceptional young person to be the Rotorua electorate Youth MP.
If you are:
Aged 16 – 18 years old (inclusive) on 19 October 2018
Active in the community
Able to attend Youth Parliament on 16 and 17 July 2019 and commit to the Youth MP tenure, from 1 March to 31 August 2019
Are passionate about youth issues, politics and/or social change Representative of the diversity of New Zealand’s youth population
And are able to seek the views, opinions and ideas of their peers and represent them at Youth Parliament 2019.
2 training sessions will be held prior to the 2 day Parliament event. You will have the opportunity to engage with other Youth MP's and during the Parliament event you will participate in question time, select committees, debates and party caucus sessions.
If this sounds like you then send a video clip, letter or email to me setting out why you would be a great Rotorua Electorate Youth MP and your thoughts on the most important thing that parliament should do to help young people in the Rotorua electorate.
Applications must be received in my office at 1301 Amohau Street or by email firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 8 October 2018. If you have any questions please contact my office on 07 348 5871
Authorized by Hon Todd McClay, Parliament Buildings, Wellington.
A huge shout out to 'Hume Pine' and 'Easy Firewood Rotorua' who have partnered with us in the last week, and created their YouthHub profile. Your support is absolutely invaluable. We are very much looking forward to working with you and creating career pathways for the youth of Rotorua.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY #1
Are you interested in sound?
Are you wanting to break into the events industry?
Do you have a full drivers licence?
Do you have access to reliable transport?
Do you have a good attitude and are reliable?
If you answered YES to the above questions, get in touch with me ASAP!
We have an employer who is looking for a casual audio/visual events assistant. You might just be the person they are looking for!
Hey everyone! Just wanted to take the opportunity to introduce myself. I am the new Partnership Broker for YouthHub Rotorua. My job is to work directly with employers and businesses and find opportunities for youth. Check out this cool write up that our awesome YouthHub Coordinator wrote.
P.S. - I have a couple of employment opportunities coming up - keep an eye out for my posts later today!!!
Fletcher Tabuteau MP
Youth Parliament MP 2019
Do you like debating? Ever wanted to visit the Beehive? Ever wanted to be a Member of Parliament or make law? Here is your chance!
We are calling for Youth Parliamentarians for 2019.
I am inviting any young person, between the age of 16 – 18, currently enrolled in a school in the Rotorua electorate to apply for selection as the Youth MP to hold my seat during Youth Parliament 2019.
You will be a part of a Youth Parliament caucus from March 2019 - August 2019, that comes together for a 2 day sitting in Parliament in July, where you will debate issues of importance for your generation.
If you’re interested:
1. Send me a video of up to 2 minutes long. tell me who you are.
2. Make sure to share your video with friends and family, don’t forget to tag me in the video Facebook : Fletcher Tabuteau MP (@FletcherNZFIrst)
3. Make sure to have your video in by 8 October 2018
4. I’ll be making the decision of who will represent me in Parliament on 19 October 2018
Your costs are covered and you'll get to meet other young people from all over New Zealand who are interested in debating things that matter to YOUR generation.
Authorised by Fletcher Tabuteau, Level 6 1154 Hinemoa Street, Rotorua
Kia ora rangitahi! It's really important that you get your profiles living up to their full potential by upping the strength to 100%. This is achieved through filling in all the information that Youth Hub asks for. While you may or may not have a lot of skills or any work experience the way you present yourself overall is everything. Getting to 100% on this profile is the first step to showing that you have the right attitude, by being able to follow instructions as well as use your initiative.
If this is something you are struggling with please come on down to our new "100% workshops" and we'll help you out. Plus if you reach 100 we have special discount cards up for grabs to be used in various places around Rotorua. Let us know!
Learn more about the Rotorua Campus with our short documentary right here :)
Hey everyone! Just a quick photo drop of some of our 2018 highlights at the Animation College Rotorua Campus. Our students are having a blast and we have done some awesome things! Check out our Graduation highlights, 48 hour film festival, Observational drawing classes and High School visits!
If you have any questions about our courses, timetables, study options and would like a prospectus simply give Bobby a call on 07 460 1131 or 022 315 0114 - We love having visitors and showing you the fun world of Animation.
Applications for 2019 are open right now so click here to find out more https://www.animationcollege.ac.nz/
Hey everyone. Just wanted to write a quick post to say what a cool initiative youthHub is! Will definitely be sharing this around and this will be our first point of call if we have any employment opportunities arise.
Kia ora everyone, I have a question for all users today. What would YOU like see from the Youth Hub server? Improvements, suggestions and critique are all welcome.
Hey, my name is Claire and I'm a Tutor here in Rotorua. I am keen to help our youth learn about civil works and infrastructure. If this sounds like something you would be interested in drop into EmployNZ and we will tell you all about it.
We would like to share our Panui for FreeParking.
FreeParking is a Youth Programme we deliver to young people that want to have fun, engage in activities and meet new people. We have Rangatahi Leaders that support and assist the delivery of the Programme that are local and students here in our community.
We have various programmes that we connect youth on to:
Cooking, Sports, Leadership, Mentoring, Volunteering, Maara Kai and always ensuring we are providing our best for each and every rangatahi.
Please share and distribute our panui to your whanau, school comms and newsletters.
Justin - EmployNZ
This course is ideal for anyone starting a career in the infrastructure industry, or who are already working in the industry without a qualification. You may be new to the industry, just left school or from another industry. This course is also relevant to anyone considering an apprenticeship.
Enrolling now for our Mid-September intakes at our Rotorua & Tauranga campuses. Call us FREE on 0800 002 159 for more info or to book an interview.
Our Sector Managers, Rachael and Josh, had a blast at the FMG Young Farmer of the Year, 50th Grand Final, in Invercargill last week, joining 998 attendees across the industry. Congratulations to South Otago sheep farmer, Logan Wallace, on his achievement – what an outstanding future leader we have in our industry – and an inspiring young farmer who we’re sure will go very far in his career. New Zealand Young Farmers Beef Lamb New Zealand DairyNZ
Careers Services - University of Waikato
TOMORROW is Student Job-Ready Day!
We have a variety of speakers including HR experts from Madison Recruitment and Gallagher. If you want to know how to make yourself stand out in your job applications, then attend this once a year event. View the full programme and register via MyCareer: Workshops/Tutorials/Drop-Ins and search for 'Student Job Ready Day'.
Ministry of Youth Development - New Zealand
Theatre Marae: Creativity. Whanaungatanga. Relationships. Mana.
A one-day workshop for rangatahi with renowned actor and director Jim Moriarty and Te R?kau Theatre Company.
Te R?kau is now holding one-day workshops at your school or institute for rangatahi aged 12–24, exploring identity, whakapapa and citizenship, delivered under Te R?kau’s unique Theatre Marae programme.
Rangatahi will go on a creative exploration of their identity, as an individual and as a group, in a kaupapa M?ori process guided by actor, director and producer Jim Moriarty (MNZM and RPN), Writer/Actor/Psychologist Helen Pearse-Otene, and a team of Theatre Marae creative professionals.
• Mondays or Fridays 9am–3pm
• Maximum 32 participants
• $10 per participant for full day workshop
• Space required is two classrooms or equivalent
• Suitable for all ages, experience and backgrounds.
For more information or to book a session contact kaiwhakahaere: Aneta Pond / email@example.com.
Ministry of Youth Development - New Zealand
The Ministry of Health is responsible for providing an integrated strategy to prevent and minimise gambling harm. A problem gambling levy is set on the main gambling operators to recover the cost of the activities set out in the strategy; such as public health, treatment and support services.
The Ministry of Health intends to publish a consultation document with proposals to refresh the strategy and the associated problem gambling levy. You are invited to make a submission on the proposals.
• The consultation document will be available on the afternoon of 20 August 2018.
• Written submissions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
• The closing date for submissions is 21 September 2018.
To inform you about the proposals, and to help you to make your written submission, the Ministry has confirmed meetings and times as set out below.
At the meetings, the Ministry will speak about its draft Strategy and levy proposals and describe the process for making submissions.
Please RSVP email@example.com by the date indicated in the table.
Further information about gambling harm is also available on our website at https://www.health.govt.nz/…/mental-health-and-add…/gambling
Kaipatiki Community Facilities Trust
Kaipatiki Winter Fun Programme
this weeks dates and venues, 10am to Noon......Free.
Two weeks to go and we enter into the last two months, crikey that went quick....and here we are planning the summer programme `` Summertime in Kaipatiki ``
there are lots of exciting neighbourly things coming to you from November.....................
Kaipatiki Community Facilities Trust
I just get so excited, when solid packages fall into the right space of place... Placemaking, that what makes it happen a community lead programme lead by a community called Bayview..............well done Bayview (again) .......just amazing awesome artists...........
University of Otago
This morning, Division of Humanities Pro-Vice-Chancellor Tony Ballantyne turned the first sod of soil to mark the beginning of the construction of our new $26 million Music,Theatre, and Performing Arts Centre. The ground-breaking ceremony for the two-storey recording studio building will also include the refurbishment of the nearby College of Education’s music suite, teaching wing, tower block, and part of the education resource centre. Check out the full story about this exciting development: http://bit.ly/2nKtYKT
TEDxAuckland 2018: Off-Piste With a history of Muay Thai fighting, Richie Hardcore now fights for social justice, spreading awareness of the many problems that toxic masculinity creates in society.
More info and tickets here: tedxauckland.com/events/2018/
Summer of Tech
Our Create Camp Auckland is nearing the half way point. Lots of discussions, learnings, chocolates, fun, mentoring and ponderings going on.
Congratulations to Riccarton High 24-7 youth worker Mana Harema for winning $10,000.00 as the Westfield Local Hero Award today. The $10k goes to La Vida Youth Trust to support the work Mana is doing in the community ;)
NZDA Young Dentists
A great start to the NZDA Conference in Auckland. So nice to see lots of young dentists in attendance.
Emma Stevens visited Rotorua Library Te Aka Mauri yesterday and showed what an amazing storyteller she is. From Kuspuqs (hooded overshirts) to pressure canners, and from Match. com to teaching in an entirely different culture, as well as the more serious side of poverty amongst the indigenous people of remote Alaska, Emma kept us all enraptured throughout her talk. Thank you to everyone who came along for the talk and congratulations to Don Cole who was the lucky winner of the prize draw taking away a trilogy set of Emma’s books.
Rotorua Library has copies of Emma’s books Walking on Ice, Nesting on the Nushagak and Dancing on the Tundra but they are all checked out at the moment, so you may want to place a hold on them using our catalogue.
Find out more about Emma’s adventures at http://www.walkingonice.co.nz/
"Right from the start our tutor pushed us to sign up to Summer of Tech, a programme which helps tech graduates land paid internships. Through Summer of Tech I secured an internship with SilverStripe, which went on to become a full-time job."
Read Alphgeormassey's full story here - https://www.yoobee.ac.nz/…/g…/alphgeormassey-tufulasi-isaako
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MHS 1st XV vs Pukekohe 1st XV first half finals @ Colin Lawrie fields Pukekohe