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Toi Tupuroa

Education, Employment and Enterprise

Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Māia has a wide range of programmes and services to support whānau success and achievement. We have experienced kaimahi who are able to provide assistance, guidance and help with these programmes and services. Check it out below.

TOI PAKIHI - BUSINESS AND ENTERPRISE

Toi Pakihi is the framework for Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei business and enterprise. We committed to adorning our businesses with supports to enable them to develop, thrive and create prosperous futures in business. Take a look at the range of different supports available now.

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MAHI 100

Mahi100 is a campaign that aims to advance 100 Whātua uri into employment and/or upskilling opportunities.

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VACANCIES

Check out our vacancies page for internal and external mahi opportunities. Whānau members can directly apply or alternately we can support you and guide you through the application process.

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SCHOLARSHIPS

In doing so, we have engaged with a range of education providers to enable our whānau to access quality education with less of a financial burden. Institutions include Unitec, Victoria University, Auckland Universtity of Technology (AUT), University of Auckland (UoA) Whitecliffe and King’s School.

Check out the scholarship, its benefits, and outcomes we’ve achieved to date.

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EDUCATION SUPPORT.

Covid-19 Education Support

OVERVIEW.
We’ve put some resources to help keep you all occupied throughout the Covid-19 lockdown period. Educational resources for all reanga, waiata, webinars & more! There is something for everyone, tirohia mai!

Early Childhood Education (ECE)

RESOURCES OVERVIEW.

Pēpi Pack

A beautifully curated pack for babies (Ages 0-1) to help build a strong hononga/connection with Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei. Click here for more info.

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GRANTS & SUBSIDIES OVERVIEW.

DescriptionAmountOverview
Ngā Oha Hauora - Water SportUp to $300.00 per yearFormerly the Swimming Subsidy, this subsidy is to support pēpi who are involved in water sports.

Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.
Ngā Oha Mātauranga Determined by Education Level & Type. Previously Education Grants, Ngā Oha Mātauranga are available for all registered hapū members. Ngā Oha Mātauranga have closed for 2022.

Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.

Primary

GRANTS, SUBSIDIES & SCHOLARSHIPS OVERVIEW.

DescriptionAmountOverview
Ngā Oha Ako$600.00 per yearThe Tutoring subsidy supports students who are accessing extra assistance with numeracy and literacy.
Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.
Ngā Oha Hauora - Water SportsUp to $300.00 per yearFormerly the Swimming Subsidy, this subsidy is to support tamariki who are involved in water sports.

Grant to support and enable access to extra-curricular sporting activities, that can improve personal development and success.

Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.
Ngā Oha Hauora - SportsFor national reps you are eligible for $500.
For international reps you are eligible for $1,000.
Grant to support and enable access to extra-curricular sporting activities, that can improve personal development and success.

Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.
Baradene College of the Sacred Heart ScholarshipSchool covers 50% of fees from year 6-year 13 totalling a $19,000.00 investment for one girl. The whānau will cover the remaining 50% fee and any other extra-curricular costs.This is a 50/50 scholarship for NWO uri who display leadership qualities. This scholarship is available annually for two girls who are year 6 at the time of submitting application.

Apply now here!
Applications close: Friday 3 June 2022

King’s School ScholarshipThis is a 100% fees covered scholarship, available annually for one Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei boy who display leadership qualities. Must be Year 6 at the time of submitting application. This scholarship will occur annually.We have been generously sponsored 1 scholarship for full fees paid for the tenure of study for a Year 7 Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei boy for 2022.

Apply now here!
Applications close: Friday 3 June 2022
Ngā Oha Mātauranga Determined by Education Level & Type.Previously Education Grants, Ngā Oha Mātauranga are available for all registered hapū members. Ngā Oha Mātauranga have closed for 2022.

Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.

Secondary

GRANTS & SUBSIDIES OVERVIEW.

Grant TypeAmountOverview
Ngā Oha Ako$600.00 per yearThe Tutoring subsidy supports students who are accessing extra assistance with numeracy and literacy.
Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.
Ngā Oha Hauora - SportFor national reps you are eligible for $500.
For international reps you are eligible for $1,000.
Grant to support and enable access to extra-curricular sporting activities, that can improve personal development and success.

Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.
Ngā Oha Hauora - Water SportUp to $300.00 per yearFormerly the Swimming Subsidy, this grant is to support and enable access to extra-curricular water sporting activities, that can improve personal development and success.

Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.
InZone ScholarshipsInZone’s mission is to actively support Māori and Pasifika to excel through access to highly effective schools whilst living in a supportive whānau environment with a Māori and Christian kaupapa.

For more information, click here.
Ngā Oha Mātauranga Determined by Education Level & Type.Previously Education Grants, Ngā Oha Mātauranga are available for all registered hapū members. Ngā Oha Mātauranga have closed for 2022.

Visit our Ngā Oha page for more info.

Tertiary

GRANTS, SUBSIDIES & SCHOLARSHIPS OVERVIEW.

More information coming soon.

Summer Internships 2022/23

Learn more about our 2022/23 NWŌ Summer Internships!

Follow our Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei tauira on their journey through the 9-week Summer internship program. Keep and eye out on our webpage for updates.

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Take a look at our business E-directory, show your support by checking out the whānau pakihi hub.

Subscribe to our Tarapakihi Board to receive regular updates about Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Business and Enterprise.

Whatu-a Webseries.

Whatu-a: Whatu (verb) (-a) means to weave. Our Whatu-a webseries weaves together the three E’s (Education, Employment and Enterprise) where whānau have real-life conversations, sharing their experiences in their industries to provide insight into their everyday working life. Across the 5 webisodes we had a range of familiar faces feature and share their experiences, a little top tip and insights into their journey, relating to the education, employment and small-medium enterprise (SME) sectors.

Mātakitaki mai – Watch more now!

 

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