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Nelson Young Leaders

A free NZQA Level 3 Qualification in Youth Work open to 16 - 24 year olds. You learn about youth development principles, leadership and group work, project management and more. There is a group training week from the 22 - 26 January at NMIT and then you are supported to complete a practical project component over the following 6 months. Applications close 8 December.
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Youth in Emergency Services (YES)

The fully funded Nelson YES programme provides you with a hands-on introduction to the work of the emergency services in the region. The YES team is seeking 16 young people, aged 16 to 20, who are keen to participate in the programme from mid February to mid June 2018. Applications close 24 November 2017.
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Casual Part-time Positions in Nelson and Tasman

NELSON & TASMAN STREET AMBASSADOR SERVICES 2017 - 2018 The objectives of the Street Ambassador Service’s are to work towards making our town centre’s safer for all users and visitors. It is intended that this will be achieved by the Street Ambassadors being a friendly presence in the Nelson, Richmond, Motueka town centre’s by working with all sectors of the community as well as specifically supporting young people.
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Intercultural Awareness Workshops

WHY: Nelson is the third most ethnically diverse city in New Zealand with people from more than 50 different ethnicitie's living here. 21% of Nelson-Tasman residents are born outside New Zealand. WHO CAN BENEFIT: • Students • Teachers • Employers • Employees • New New Zealanders – recent migrants and those who’ve been here a while • Anyone involved in the community, education or business – or just living in Nelson/Tasman
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Meeting for Community Walking Programs

Community Walking Program Venue: Stoke Seniors Hall, Main Road Stoke Date: 14 November 2017 Time: 5:00pm Agenda: In collaboration with Age Concern/AgeConnect and Neighbourhood Support Nelson/Tasman the creation of an action plan to initiate community walking programs. The aim of promoting physical activity, community interaction and combating social isolation and loneliness.
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