16 April 2019
On the 10th April, the Government announced it will spend more than $5 million on a scheme to get more young people a driver's licence, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced.
5 April 2019
In early 2019 MTFJ Chairman Mayor Max Baxter and Taskforce Coordinator Noa Woolloff went on a road trip to visit South Island Councils and to hear from the Mayors about the local challenges facing their communities in relation to youth unemployment.
12 March 2019
Tuia Rangatahi Programme: Mayoral Training Workshop 2019
The Tuia Mayoral Workshop, a big thank you to the Wellington City Council for supporting the training day – legends.
At the 2018 LGNZ conference in Christchurch, MTFJ and central government signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to signal the parties joint intention to create better employment outcomes for young people in New Zealand.
4 July 2018
Taranaki Futures was set up to help people make informed career decisions with a clear line of sight from education to employment.
19 June 2018
Whangarei Youth Space provides free youth health and youth development services, programmes and activities for youth aged 12-24 in Whangarei.
14 June 2018
MYD has recently launched its current funding round, a Contestable Fund that is now open for young people or organisations that need funding to deliver youth development opportunities or a new, innovative enterprise project. Applications close 2nd July 2018.
6 June 2018
Outward Bound impact in Tararua
Three Tararua College students have returned to school refreshed, inspired and confident they can tackle anything the future may hold for them.
5 June 2018
100% SWEET Whanganui is playing a key role in connecting the world of education to the world of work. MTFJ interviewed 100% SWEET Manager Jason Shalier and Heather Cox (Whanganui and Partners) about their work with Whanganui youth. You can read the full article here:
23 March 2018
Things are looking SWEET in Whanganui