Here at Te Whakaritorito Trust we work with young people, youth leaders, teachers, parents and volunteers. We provide creative group activities with youth and children in schools supported by youth mentors that enable the interests and potential of students to be fulfilled. Examples of group activities are Kapa Haka, Te Ara Ki Te Ao Maori (Journey into the Maori World), Maori Visual Arts, Arts and Crafts, Non-contact Sport and Organic Vegetable Gardening. Over the past nine years we’ve partnered with over 35 schools in Hawkes Bay where needed. We facilitate interactive workshops (wananga) for youth mentors, volunteers and community practitioners with such themes as communication skills, emotional awareness facilitation skills, cooperative learning and other areas that meet the needs and aspirations of staff relevant to their work and project development. We provide occupational coaching for all staff who need to find more part-time work in line with their personal objectives. We partner with Community Agencies to share resources and learning opportunities that enable us to be more effective in meeting community needs.
We are seeking a mentor with an interest in video production and media design to help produce an online mentoring course for students.
Help with planting and landscaping a community garden at Bright Futures, Onekawa, Napier.
We are looking for someone skilled in desktop publishing and design to help with our publications that can be sent online to supporters.
Te Whakaritorito is a whanau based society specialising in group mentoring activities. We want to extend our outreach, clients & events in Hawkes Bay.
We're looking for a mentor to pass on their love of gardening with children in schools.
This position requires someone with an interest in the development of mentoring group learning activities with children in schools and/or promoting workshops for youth mentors and volunteers.
Help with planting and landscaping a community garden at Te Whakaritorito Trust, Akina, Hastings.
Help develop evaluation of services in school group mentoring activities and one on one relationships with children and whanau
Pass on your kapa haka skills to a group of children - waiata, poi, haka etc....
Developing trust and confidence in children by facilitating different group activities
Helping with kapa haka activities in Hastings schools