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TupuToa Internship Programme 2020

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Type

Internships

Location

Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton, Wellington

Industry

Accounting, Agriculture, Banking, Business & Commerce, Communications, Computer Science, Construction, Design and UX, Economics, Engineering, Engineering - Civil/Structural, Engineering - Electrical, Engineering - Mechanical, Environment, Finance, Food Technology, Human Resources, Information Systems, Information Technology, Law, Logistics & Supply Chain, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Media & Advertising, Planning & Surveying, Sales, Science, Statistics, Tourism

Qualification Requirements:

Studying a bachelor's degree or higher at tertiary

Published

3 weeks ago

Application Open

20th May 2020 12:00am

Application Close

31st May 2020 12:00am

TupuToa Internship Programme

The TupuToa Internship Programme is a pathway that provides professional opportunities for Māori and Pacific tertiary students in corporate, government and community organisations.

We do this by securing internships for tertiary students with our partner organisations.

The internship is not only a Summer placement but includes workshops and support before and during the internship.

 

Why we do this mahi?

We do this because:

  • Māori and Pacific peoples comprise roughly 27% of the national population (higher in Auckland), yet are largely invisible in corporate New Zealand and especially so in leadership positions.

  • Māori and Pacific peoples also represent a younger population; they will make up a significant proportion of the future workforce.

  • Many of our students are the first in their families to undertake tertiary study and with guidance and pastoral care they are better equipped to succeed in a corporate environment.

 

Disciplines of Possible Internships:

  • Accounting

  • Agribusiness

  • Architecture

  • Arts, Humanities & Languages

  • Banking and Finance

  • Business and Commerce

  • Communications

  • Computer Science

  • Construction

  • Design and User Experience

  • Economics

  • Engineering

  • ​Environment

  • Food Technology

  • Tourism

  • Human Resources

  • Information Technology

  • Information Systems

  • Innovation

  • Law

  • Logistics and Supply Chain

  • Management

  • Marketing and Sales

  • Mathematics & Statistics

  • Media and Advertising

  • Planning and Surveying

  • Policy

  • Property

  • Psychology

  • Science

 

Eligibility (Māraurau):

  • Of Māori or Pacific ethnicity,

  • Penultimate or final year of study,

  • Studying a bachelor's degree or higher at tertiary,

  • Available to work full-time over the Summer break,

  • Interested in pursuing a career in corporate, community or government sectors​;

  • A New Zealand Citizen or New Zealand Resident.

 

A TupuToa intern is expected to:

  • Understand and comply with their employment agreement,

  • Meet face to face with a  TupuToa Navigator,

  • Participate fully in all TupuToa workshops and events,

  • Contribute to the development of the wider TupuToa  community; and

  • Become a role model for younger Māori and Pacific students.

 

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