Pathways to work

Achieve your full potential in your mahi

The Cadetships programme aims to support Māori to achieve their full potential in the workplace and contribute to thriving, innovative and resilient businesses.

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Awhi for you and your new job

Flexi-wage can awhi (help) you with the necessary skills you need to do a job and provide ongoing support to you and your employer.

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Want to work for the Government? is your gateway to job and career opportunities within Te Ratonga Tūmatanui – The Public Service of Aotearoa New Zealand. If you’re looking to work within Government or just wanting to see what’s out there in your rohe.

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Need confidence or a fresh start?

If you’re a rangatahi who’s not studying or working, apply for the Limited Service Volunteer (LSV) Course. Hundreds of young people like yourself have joined LSV and built the confidence and skills to get work ready and make a fresh start.

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Thought about being your own rangatira?

Flexi-wage Self-Employment can make some of your dreams and aspirations reality. Get help to start a business plan that is fit for you, your whānau and your future.

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Looking to make a difference in your community?

He Poutama Rangatahi supports community-based organisations to help rangatahi on their pathway to employment. It provides funding to organisations which provide wrap-around services to deliver sustained employment, education and training outcomes tailored for our rangatahi.

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Worried about your job?

Needing more hours or worried about losing your job? Through Redeployment Support, you can be provided with options and advice around employment and training opportunities.

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