News from home / Education
Written by: ngatiporou.com
11 Jul 2015

Be extraordinary! Be determined! Be the best you can be! These were some of the key messages imparted at Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou’s site at the 2015 Tairawhiti Careers Expo. 

This is the third year the Runanganui has supported the two day event which was held in Gisborne in March, and over three thousand people (including students, whanau members and teachers) attended.

Representatives from Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou Group’s social service, health and commercial divisions were on hand to have a korero with rangatahi about their future career ambitions and to also provide them with information about networks and opportunities which could help them to achieve their goals.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Runanganui kaimahi also ran free health checks, and a competition which students entered by completing a survey form. The winners of the competition were drawn shortly afterwards and are published here. 

2015 TRONPNUI Careers Expo Competition Winners

  • Phoenix Hauiti from TKKM o Whatatutu: Swanndri oilskin Jacket with Wool Lining (Valued at $230.00). Sponsored by Pakihiroa Station.
  • Jack Milner from Gisborne Boys' High: $20 Ngati Porou Seafoods Voucher.
  • Seraphina Schmitt: $20 Ngati Porou Seafoods Voucher.
  • Arwin Sadlier: $20 Ngati Porou Seafoods Voucher.
  • Harata Hailey from Gisborne Girls high: $20 Ngati Porou Seafoods Voucher.
  • Alamayne Raroa-Keen from Ngata Memorial College: $20 Ngati Porou Seafoods Voucher.
  • Dion Westrupp from Gisborne Boys' High: NPEC rugby shirt (valued at $80). Sponsored by TRONPnui
  • Tianna Henry from Lytton high: NPeC rugby shirt (valued at $80). Sponsored by TRONPnui 
  • Korban Harrison from Gisborne Boys' high: NPeC rugby shirt (valued at $80). Sponsored by TRONPnui
  • Zaris Rereti from Lytton High, Joseph Ogilvy from Gisborne Boys' High, Braxton Arago- Kemp from Gisborne Girls' High: Takapau a Maui Maramataka. Sponsored by TRONPnui.
  • Cameron Smith-Brown from TKKM o Whatatutu: T-Shirt. Sponsored by Ngati Porou Hauora.

 

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