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#HecticHolidays @ Partners Porirua

These term 3 Holidays have been super busy at Partners Porirua.

With a two day budgeting course, around 35 young people through the first week for help getting their Learners Licence, by second week we were all ready for a holiday! Nevertheless, we thrived on seeing so many young people getting their licences and making their own budgets, we had more Learners Licence course across the whole second week, as well as a 2 day parenting course with some wonderful mamas and their super cute bubbas.  

We send you warm and positive vibes as many rangatahi start their preparation for exam season.

 

The opening of Te Tuna o Cannons Creek.

The mural was designed by local tamariki from Glenview School, with help from local artist, Chris Barrand and Rachel Scott, the Education Partnerships Coordinator from Partners Porirua. The students have taken their inspiration and ideas from Patricia Grace’s book ‘Watercress Tuna and the Children of Champion Street’ written in the ‘80’s, which features the building the mural is on.

Check out the article and a collection of photos here

Career Navigator 2017.

Career Navigator is changing the lives of Year 13 Mana College students.

Career Navigator is a ready-for-work programme designed to help secondary school students in need of direction.

It’s run by the Graeme Dingle Foundation which aims to inspire all school age New Zealand children to reach their full potential.

Check out their full article here.

JOBfest 2017 - Bill English, Mike Tana and the Young People of Porirua!

You came, you saw and you conquered! 

Click here and check out the gallery of photos and a great video from JOBfest 2017!

We had hundreds of young people come through JOBfest 2017; excited and ready to get into the workforce.

Go here to read the write up by Capital & Coast District Health Board

Outstanding Young Employee Award - Applications are NOW CLOSED!

"Is there a special young employee who you think deserves to be recognised?"

Have they made a special contribution to your business? Have they performed beyond your expectations? Do they bring a new way of thinking?

The Westpac Porirua Business Awards, Outstanding Young Employee Award applications are now closed, more information to come.

 

Porirua Youth Awards 2017 applications closed Aug 11 2017

"Recognising excellence"

Awards - Art and Culture, Education, Environment

or Community work, Sport

Age categories - junior Years 9 - 11 and senior Years 12 - 13

Learn more about the awards here

Emergency Training with Local Schools

"Students working with Lisa McLaren from WREMO"

28 students from seven local schools, designated as Community Emergency Hubs, learnt how to use the Civil Defence Radio system.  Regularly checking communications will be their on-going job.   

Read more about what is involved
 
 
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