Kahungungu youth want to take hold of their education

Aroha Treacher
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Mā te aro ki ngā hāngarau o te wā te ōhanga Māori o Te Matau-a-Maui e whakatipu. Koia tā te hunga rangatahi i te hui a ētahi o ngā tohunga pakihi o Ngāti Kahungunu ki te whakatakoto huarahi e rea ai ā rātou mahi.

Kōtahi rau rima tekau mano ngā tāngata kei ki Te Matau a Māui, me te hiahia nui, kia piki te ōhanga Māori.

Hei tā Ngahiwi Tomoana, Heamana, “Ngāti Kahungunu “Ko te kōrero o te hunga rangatahi kia Beyonce up take e pā ana ki te ōhanga, ki ngā ūmanga me ngā pakihi nōtemea tino maroke ki a rātou.”

Ko tā Shayne Walker, Maunga Haruru Tangitū, “Ko rātou ngā rangatira hei āpōpō ko mātou pirangi ka hiahia ai ka tautoko ki a ratou kia whai ngā ara hua tika ka haoa ngā mahi me ngā mātauranga kia hāpai i a rātou.”

Ko Kai Kei Aku Ringa tētahi kaupapa hou kua hikina ake e Te Ōhanga o Takitimu, he waahi tēnei e matapaki ai ngā whakaaro maha.

Hei tā Melissa Raharuhi he Kaimahi o Datacom, ”I think that we need to take more hold on our education, upskill and get ready for the digital age so we can avoid job losses when automation takes those jobs away.”

“My parents told me about this and I just thought it would be a good idea to come and listen to some real inspiring people maybe take a page out of what they're saying.” tā tauira Vita Tomoana

Mahere rautaki a-motu nei, he mea whakamāma ake i te huarahi whai mahi, e pai ake anō ai te pūtea mā te Māori.

Ko tā Roshan Uelese he Tauira “I personally think that everyone has the same opportunity we have just as much of a chance to get a job just as much as someone else.”

Ko te whainga nui, kia aro ki te ao pakihi hei whakatenatena i a rātou mō ngā rā kei te heke mai.