Evelyn Ross, Chief People Officer,The Warehouse Group, Senthil Perumal, Director, Youthhub, Pejman Okhovat, CEO, The Warehouse, Hayden Ibrahim, The Warehouse, Hon Carmel Sepuloni, Minister for Social Development, David Vaea, The Warehouse Red Shirts graduate, Des Flynn,
There is greater support for young people wanting to get in to the workplace with help from a new dedicated youth team.
Trade Me Jobs has launched a partnership with New Zealand web platform Youth Hub to help more young people find and apply for entry-level jobs.
A platform connecting young New Zealanders with employment is now mobile-friendly - a move likely to increase its reach beyond the 3000 Kiwis who have embraced Youth Hub since it launched a year ago.
A new partnership to help young people showcase their skills and competencies to prospective employers and others was announced today by Youth Minister Nikki Kaye.
Youth Hubs Founder Senthil Perumal was recently named in the Kiwi Bank New Zealander of the Year Awards, in the Top 10 New Zealand Innovators of the Year category.
A local youth centre is not surprised a platform which has been likened to a 'LinkedIn for youth' has been embraced nationally. The Youth Hub network has been embraced by schools…
New Zealand social network Youth Hub has been embraced by schools and tertiary students with more than 600 signing up since the platform launched just two months ago.
Writing your first CV is a daunting task for young people; however, this could now be made easier with Youthhub - a youth-friendly equivalent to LinkedIn.
A new social platform is going live tomorrow to help New Zealand youth make the best possible start to life after study. YouthHub.co.nz connects youth, educators...