Dear <<Test First Name>>, Greetings from the Migrant Careers Support Trust!
We recently conducted the 2nd Job Seekers Boot Camp in West Auckland, and we are excited to share pictures and resources from the workshop. It was received well by all the attendees and the speakers shared some key insights that are included in this newsletter.
Due to the recent COVID Alert Level 2 in Auckland, the 3rd Job Seekers Boot Camp workshop has been postponed, we will keep you informed on the new dates and details.
I would like to thank all our partners and supporters who have helped us to make this happen, and all the speakers and experts who provide guidance and valued inputs.
Regards, Garry Gupta, Chair, Migrant Careers Support Trust
UPCOMING WORKSHOP POSTPONED Job Seekers Boot Camp- Part 3: Central Auckland has been postponed
As you will be aware, the New Zealand Government has put the COVID-19 Alert Level for Auckland to Alert Level 2 last night. The situation is fluid and we would like to err on the side of caution.
In light of this, and in the interest of being precautionary, we will regrettably be postponing our next Bootcamp, to a later date. This is only for the workshop that was scheduled for 5-6 March 2021.
We will keep you posted with the new details as soon as these are confirmed and hope you can make the revised date!
We will, however, let you know of some webinars in the meantime.
We look forward to catching up with you all.
Please take care during this time.
Job Seekers Boot Camp- Part 2: West Auckland
Below are a few pictures showing glimpses of activities and sessions that were conducted at the Job Seekers Boot Camp-2 held on 11th & 12th Feb, in West Auckland.
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