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Below you will find MTFJ’s media releases and news from the sector. 

 

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Local Government Minister Hon Nanaia Mahuta and Employment Minister Hon Willie Jackson recently held their first korero of 2018 with Mayors Taskforce for Jobs Chair (MTFJ) Max Baxter.

Marlborough Mayor John Leggett dropped in to offer words of encouragement to the latest group of teens to go through the Learner Licence Course which the Marlborough District Council supports.

18 April 2017

Tuia - Mayoral Workshop

MTFJ & Tuia were delighted to attend the 2017 Tuia Mayoral Workshop in Wellington, which was proudly supported by Wellington City Council.  

The Tuia team put together a fantastic day designed to give Mayors new to the programme insight into how to best work with their rangatahi.

Hellmuth Hartung was born in Turangi and was raised in Tongariro and Tauhara. Hellmuth was originally trained as a Seamen Combat Systems Specialist & Diver in the Royal New Zealand Navy.

Young jobseekers began queuing an hour before the doors opened on Wednesday morning at The Cloud on Auckland’s waterfront. Some were wearing borrowed suits and dress clothing, such was their enthusiasm and determination to make a good impression on the 75 employers exhibiting at JobFest 16.

The Mayors Taskforce for Jobs (MTFJ), in partnership with Massey University and Connecting for Youth Employment – Central Hawke’s Bay (CYE), launched the Steering Aotearoa initiative in Waipukurau on Monday 2 May.

12 April 2016

Talent Central Launched

 

Manawatu is the agribusiness capital of New Zealand, but it is not all about growing grass, the key to maintaining and enhancing this success is growing great people, being innovative and ensuring we can retain the people with the necessary skills.

28 January 2016

Feature - Rayden Horton

The following article is a piece written by Rayden Horton who was the 2015 Tuia delegate for the Ruapehu District and was mentored by the local Mayor, Don Cameron. This piece is a reflection on Rayden's experience with the Tuia kaupapa and what is has meant for him.

More than 200 people attended South Taranaki's 2015 Youth to Work Awards.

Pictured far left is Mayor Malcolm Campbell standing beside Steve Dean, as well as the other graduates from the initiative.  

Until this year, Steve Dean had only ever been able to work during shuts at the Kawerau mill.