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Careers Useful Links

  • Faculty of Engineering - Engineering Her Future
The Faculty of Engineering would like to invite high school girls and their family/whānau to Engineer Her Future: The Student Experience, an evening to meet female students, hear about the wide variety of engineering specialisations, and experience a mini engineering lecture.  There will also be a chance for questions and mingling with both staff and current engineering students over refreshments during the second half of the evening.

All high-school students who self-identify as women are welcome to attend, along with their parents and whānau. Teachers and careers advisers are also most welcome. This is a great chance for students to find out what engineering is and to discuss whether it is the right pathway for them to follow.

  • MoneyHub guides and resources 
    1. Scholarships - the ultimate free, easy-to-use and mobile-friendly list of scholarships for 2019's Year 13 students 
    2. What to Study - our flagship new resource, put together with the help of careers advisors around the country.
    3. Student Loans - our guide to making it clear exactly how student loans work, all on one page - were assisted by the IRD to offer students a seamless resource.
    4. Student Money Tips - students can be financially robust, and our guide offers 20+ tips to help. 
  • GirlBoss New Zealand

    GirlBoss New Zealand was founded with a single mission: to close the gender gap in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths, Entrepreneurship and Leadership.
    We empower confident, resilient, future-ready, young women to lead and change the world.
    Only 2% of NZX CEOs are wome - we're changing that!

    www.girlboss.nz/
  • BCITO for Parents

    A building & construction career is a great choice So many opportunities NZ's multi-billion dollar construction sector needs an extra 57,600 people by 2026 so job opportunities are endless. This skills shortage means pay rates are good and skilled people can be earning really well.

    www.bcito.org.nz/bcito-for-parents/