Dear <<First Name>>, Greetings from the Migrant Careers Support Trust!
We have a few exciting upcoming events, for anyone who wants to start their employed or self-employed career journeys! First up is the Entrepreneurs Boot Camp, which is a two day workshop for those seeking to start their own business. Details of the boot camp can be found below.
Continuing our Job Seekers Boot Camp series, Job Seekers Boot Camp Part 3 will be held on 7-8 May in Central Auckland, and Part 4 on 28-29 May in South & East Auckland. Please register for the workshops as there are limited seats, details can be found in this newsletter!
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 BUSINESS BOOT CAMP: 8-9 April 2021 A two day workshop that can help you in your entrepreneurial journey
ATTEND THE WORKSHOP:
Please note that registrations have closed for the workshop as we have limited seats. However, you can express your interest, and you will be put on a waitlist. If we have seats left, you will be notified closer to the day of the workshop.
Please click on the button to register your interest.
Date: 8-9 April 2021, Thursday & Friday
Time: 9AM to 4PM
Venue: ANZ Raranga, Level 7, Sylvia Park, Auckland
The enterprise programmes, NEST and SOARwill help you to develop confidence, knowledge, skills and networks, as well as provide business coaching, mentoring and microfinance to support you start, grow or fund your business. NEST is for individuals or teams looking for business workshops, coaching, mentoring and funding to help start a business. SOAR is for individuals or teams who want tailored coaching, mentoring and funding to help grow their current business.
Migrant experiences in the time of COVID-19: A survey report by Belong Aotearoa
The findings presented in this report highlight the vulnerability of recent migrants in Aotearoa New Zealand during a global crisis; and the systemic barriers to a positive settlement journey that existed pre-COVID yet to be fully addressed. Both creating a more complex environment to navigate during extraordinary times.