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Pakeke 19-64

Learn about what we have to offer for you our pakeke.

Ready For Work Programme

The Ready For Work Programme is for those who simply wish to up-skill, as well as for those who are getting ready to enter into employment. Drivers Licences, Certificate Courses, First Aid, CV workshops and more!

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Grants.

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Tertiary Grant

Overview

Below is a list of Tertiary grants that whānau can apply for.  

Grant Type Age $
Certificate/Diploma (Level 1-5) 16+ y/o up to $500.00
Bachelors Degree 16+ y/o up to $1,500.00
Post-Graduate Certificate or Post-Graduate Diploma 18+ y/o up to $2,000.00
Masters Degree 18+ y/o up to $4,000.00
Doctoral Degree 18+ y/o up to $6,000.00

If you are not a full-time student, your grant will be pro-rata.

Click here for more information on grants & scholarships. 

Apply for a Tertiary Grant via the Whānau Portal.

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Tertiary Scholarships

Overview

A scholarship will be awarded to students studying in the following Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei growth areas for a Certificate/Diploma, Bachelors, Post-Graduate, Masters:

  • Engineering and/or Construction
  • Sciences and/or Medicine
  • Digital Technology and/or Multi-Media
  • Professional Services
  • Tourism and/or Hospitality
  • Teaching
  • Te Reo Māori

Doctoral Degree Growth Areas are as follows:

  • Māori Health and Wellbeing including Mental Health
  • Māori Education
  • Māori Culture, Language and Identity

A requirement of the scholarship is that you attend one of the following events throughout the year and complete a survey:

  • Education Summit
  • Tertiary Dinner
  • A Volunteer Day

Please note: Any recipient who does not attend any of the events stipulated will not be eligible for the scholarship in 2021.

Scholarship values are as follows:

Certificate/Diploma $1,000.00
Bachelors $1,500.00
Post-Graduate $1,500.00
Masters $2,000.00
Doctoral Degree $3,000.00

If you are not a full-time student, your scholarship will be pro-rata. This value will be added to your Education Grant.

Water Sport Subsidy

Overview

Formerly the Swimming Subsidy, this Water Sport Subsidy is to support whānau who are involved in water sports.

Invoices, receipt or a document of ‘fees to be paid’ need to be supplied upon application. One application will be processed per year for each eligible hapū member.

Application coming in March 2020.

$ Close Date
Up to $300.00 30 Sep 2020

 

Sports Grant

Overview

The Sports grant is provided by the Trust Board to help support high performing sportspersons.

Apply for a Sports Grant via the Whānau Portal.

Age $
12+ y/o Up to $500.00

Natural Disaster Grant

Overview

This grant is to help with recovery of damage caused by a natural disaster. 

Apply for a Natural Disaster Grant via the Whānau Portal.

Age $
0-99+ y/o Up to $1,000.00

Scholarships.

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Tertiary Scholarships

Overview

A scholarship will be awarded to students studying in the following Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei growth areas for a Certificate/Diploma, Bachelors, Post-Graduate, Masters:

  • Engineering and/or Construction
  • Sciences and/or Medicine
  • Digital Technology and/or Multi-Media
  • Professional Services
  • Tourism and/or Hospitality
  • Teaching
  • Te Reo Māori

Doctoral Degree Growth Areas are as follows:

  • Māori Health and Wellbeing including Mental Health
  • Māori Education
  • Māori Culture, Language and Identity

A requirement of the scholarship is that you attend one of the following events throughout the year and complete a survey:

  • Education Summit
  • Tertiary Dinner
  • A Volunteer Day

Please note: Any recipient who does not attend any of the events stipulated will not be eligible for the scholarship in 2021.

Scholarship values are as follows:

Certificate/Diploma $1,000.00
Bachelors $1,500.00
Post-Graduate $1,500.00
Masters $2,000.00
Doctoral Degree $3,000.00

If you are not a full-time student, your scholarship will be pro-rata. This value will be added to your Education Grant.

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Reo Scholarship

Overview

This Scholarship provides financial assistance for Year 1-3 students who are enrolled into Te Wānanga Takiura o Ngā Kura Kaupapa Māori o Aotearoa.
One scholarship is awarded per year.

Age $
18+ y/o Up to $5,000.00 per year

More information coming in 2020. 

University of Auckland Scholarship

Overview

Students studying the Bachelor of Arts degree or a Conjoint with Arts will be eligible to apply for this Scholarship through the university. Students must have a B+ Grade average. The University of Auckland offers 5 Scholarships per year.

For more information about the scholarship, go to: http://bit.ly/UoAArtsScholarship

Age $
16+ y/o Up to $3,500.00

 

Victoria University – Taihonoa Scholarship

Overview

The Victoria University Scholarship pays 50% of course fees per year for students who are enrolled into a course at Victoria University.

For more information about Victoria University, go to: https://www.victoria.ac.nz/

Age $
16+ y/o 50% Fees Paid

More information coming in 2020. 

Whitecliffe College of Arts & Design Scholarship

Overview

The Whitecliffe School of Arts and Design Scholarship assists with the fees for one year for one student enrolled in a full-time course.

For more information about Whitecliffe, go to: http://bit.ly/Whitecliffe

Age $
16+ y/o 1 Year Fees Paid

More information coming in 2020. 

AUT Partnership Scholarship

Overview

An award of $6,500 to support full-time study in a degree programme at AUT for one year of study.

For more information about AUT, go to: http://bit.ly/AUTScholarship

Age $
16+ y/o 1 Year Fees Paid

Tech Futures Human Potential Scholarship

Overview

Up to four scholarship awarded for the Post-Graduate Certificate in Human Potential for the Digital Economy.  This scholarship will be awarded to applicants who are passionate about the digital economy and its effect on the continuously changing world.

For more information about the programme, go to: http://bit.ly/PGCertMindLab

To apply for the scholarship you must make an application for the programme. Mindlab will notify us of your application. Click here to apply.

We will make contact with you if any further information is required.

Age $
16+ y/o Full Course Fees covered

 

Programmes & Services.

Ready For Work Programme

Overview

The Ready For Work Programme is for those who simply wish to up-skill, as well as for those who are getting ready to enter into employment. Drivers Licences, Certificate Courses, First Aid, CV workshops and more.

Click here for more info.

Free nib Health Insurance - Toi Ora

Overview

A comprehensive health insurance policy for all hapū members to improve health and wellbeing. Includes coverage of specialists, GP, professional services and much more. The cost is directly paid to the health insurance company.

Click here for more info. 

Ōrākei Health Services – GP Clinic

Overview

Ōrākei Health is proudly owned and operated by Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. We provide quality general health and medical care for whānau/families living in East Auckland.

​Our clinic is situated at the Eastridge Mall in Ōrākei and is an affordable low-cost service with qualified and experienced staff.

Click here for more info. 

Tākina Reo Programme

Overview

Tākina is a beginners Te Reo Māori programme that is delivered over 10 weeks.

Click here for more info. 

Savings Scheme - Toi Tupu

Overview

A Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei iwi investment savings scheme that encourages whānau to save for a better future. Each year $500.00 is contributed towards a savings scheme for each member.

Click here for more info. 

Summer Internship Programme

Overview

The Internship programme runs over the summer period and gives applicants the opportunity to gain work experience with Whai Maia, Whai Rawa or the Trust Board, in various roles across the three organisations, e.g. marketing, whenua, early childcare, community services, or health services. The successful applicants are placed on a fixed term paid contract.

For Senior School Leavers and Year 1-2 Uni Students.

Applications open late 2020. 

Tū Pakihi Programme

Overview

Tū Pakihi is an entrepreneurial programme for people wanting to build or get support to build a small start-up business.

Click here for more info. 

Tamariki Ora/Well Child

Overview

Tamariki Ora/Well Child is a home-based service offered to tamariki birth to 4 years. Tamariki Ora/Well Child services can support you to protect and improve your child’s health so he/she can grow and develop to their full potential.

Click here for more info.

Weaving Waiora Wānanga

Overview

This is a free kaupapa Māori ante-natal wānanga to support hapū māmā and whānau on their parenting journey. The wānanga is for hapū māmā who are registered with Tamariki Ora.  

Click here to find out more about the wānanga.

Whānau Ora

Overview

Whai Maia delivers the Whānau Ora contract which aims build whānau on their strengths. We have experienced Whānau Ora Navigators who work alongside each whānau along their journey. Click here for more info. 

Te Reo Māori.

Te Reo Māori programmes & resources for the whole whānau. To encourage everyday usage of Te Reo Māori in multiple contexts. Click here for more info.

Resources.

Yearbook

Overview

This is an annual yearbook that recognises all the hard work our whānau have completed throughout the year. It is a way of celebrating success and achievement, as well as role modelling to our whānau.

Click here for more info.