Tertiary Planning

And Helpful Advice
University of Waikato Open Day – with FREE buses provided! This is the perfect chance to spend a day on the University of Waikato campus, explore study options, chat to staff and students and get a taste of Waikato student life. Come along and be in to win lots of cool prizes!

Date: Friday 17 May 2019
Time: 9.30am – 2pm
Location: The University of Waikato Hamilton campus

Coach 1:
6.45am Takapuna Platform 2 Lake Road
7.10am Cnr St Marks Road outside Andrew Sims (Newmarket)
7.30am Manukau Westfield Mall
Drop off: University of Waikato Gate 10, Silverdale Road, Hamilton

Coach 2:
6.45am White Swan Road Bus stop (West Auckland)
7.10am Manukau Westfield Mall
Drop off: University of Waikato Gate 10, Silverdale Road, Hamilton

Coach 3:
7.00am Manukau Westfield Mall
7.30am Bombays
Drop off: University of Waikato Gate 10, Silverdale Road, Hamilton

Buses depart between 2-3pm back to Auckland.
Click here for more information or contact Fiona Drummond, here at Green Bay High School.

University of Auckland events and workshops:

The University of Auckland hosts a range of events on a daily basis including seminars, workshops and public events. These cater to a wide range of audiences, from school Principals, careers advisors, staff and students, through to other related industry and members of the community. The public lectures provide an opportunity to hear from University and visiting academics about their latest research or areas of expertise. There are also student events held throughout the year to encourage a sense of community and camaraderie. These events are University wide as well as specific within faculties and divisions as listed below:

Alumni, Arts, Auckland Bioengineering Institute, Business School, Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Creative Arts and Industries, Education and Social Work, Engineering, Law, Liggins Institute, Medical and Health Sciences, Science.

Please contact Fiona Drummond for more information.

Teen Jobs – register now!

Teen Jobs is a website that connects employers who are looking for help with jobs, to teenagers who are looking for part time employment. Teen Jobs is a free, easy to use website, developed by a 15 year old student from Mount Maunganui College who has further developed his idea which was initially entered into the Young Innovator Awards. If you are looking for a part time job, register now and let the employers look for you!

Transitioning from school for young people with autism:

www.careers.govt.nz has provided a valuable support resource for families and young people with autism who are transitioning to work or study. Your school’s career adviser can also help connect you with support and opportunities for tertiary study and work that suit your young person’s goals. Please contact Fiona Drummond for more information.