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Bryan Rawiri, 25 years old, was born and raised in Matamata and belongs to the eastern Waikato iwi of Ngati Haua.   He is currently completing his apprenticeship in Baking. Bryan was the TUIA delegate in 2014 for the Matamata-Piako District, where he was mentored by the Mayor.

Connecting for Youth Employment (CYE) Trust was established in Central Hawke’s Bay (CHB) in 2013, with support from the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs, to ensure that the community continues on a path to provide employment and training opportunities to young people.

These funds will help support the Trust’s goals of helping young people in our local community find meaningful opportunities in employment, training and education. This work aligns with The Todd Foundation’s vision of, ‘inclusive communities where all families, children and young people can thrive and contribute’.

The members of the Dunedin Youth Council for 12 to 17 year olds have been selected and will meet for the first time in early September.

JobFest15 is a unique opportunity for you to meet face-to-face with leading employers from all over Auckland who are there looking for people like you to join their business.

Youth Minister Nikki Kaye announced  that the Dunedin City Council was one of 25 local authorities to benefit from a $485,000 funding pool, allocated under the 2015 Youth Development Partnership Fund.

Connecting for Youth Employment in the Central Hawke's Bay

Connecting for Youth Employment (CYE) Trust was established in Central Hawke’s Bay (CHB) in 2013, with support from the Mayors Taskforce for Jobs, to ensure that the community continues on a path to provide employment and training opportunities to young people.