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Whakapike Ake Programme – Encouraging Maori to study in Health Careers
If your son/daughter is Maori and is interested in a career in Health they could be eligible to participate in the Whakapike Ake programme (Uni of Auckland). Participating students enrolling must be studying TWO senior sciences in the current year.
You can read about the programme here.
First Step – If your son/daughter is interested in participating, then please ask them to register here as soon as possible.
After registering, we invite interested students to attend a lunchtime information session with Liz Peretira and some staff, on Tuesday 24th March at 1pm in Morningside Room on Level 2.
The University of Auckland Whakapike Ake coordinator for our school is Liz Peretira and students and parents are welcome to contact her directly if you have any queries about this programme. Liz’s details are below.
Elizabeth (Liz) Peretira (Liz.email@example.com)
Whakapiki Ake Recruitment Officer
General Health Careers Information can be read here at Kia ora Hauora
Kay Wallace and Margaret Ruland