From the Local Board Plan:

Our young people need access to opportunities to live and earn locally. We will continue to work with Youth Connections (an Auckland Council-initiative supported by the Tindall Foundation, dedicated to improving youth employment), schools and community economic development organisations to make the right support available to prepare young people for employment. There are opportunities to work with migrant business owners, Māori entrepreneurship ideas and current businesses, including the creative and health sectors and high-tech manufacturing, which we want to support and promote.

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The People In Your Neighbourhood

2018 has seen a lot of traction gained in the youth employment sector.  With the final quarter 2017/18 we have seen the success of the first JobFest for 2018. Always [...]

July 30th, 2018|Youth|
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