The Young Change Makers event on Friday was a huge success with young people from colleges all around the region in attendance. Students came ready to talk about big ideas…
Young people from across Nelson Tasman are getting together at a forum to help them connect with and support the region’s Covid 19 response. Young Change Makers is presented by…
Did you lost your job during Covid, looking for a career change? want to do something more meaningful?
The Power of the Purse - Women and Money Dr Barbara Brookes, Professor Emerita, History, University of Otago Nelson Historical Society's biennial James Jenkins Lecture will be held on Monday 9th November, 7.30pm. Venue Nelson College for Girls Hall Door charge $5
Youth and Community Works are the contract managers for regional Street and Freedom Camping Ambassador services. Motivated, enthusiastic people are required to join our team this summer.
Nelson is one of the top three most ethnically diverse cities in NZ.
Wednesday 25th November 2020
Library programmes are back and you can catch-up on the fun with a week of music, talks and creativity.
Motueka Library is hosting a Pop-Up Employment and Training Expo. All ages and career stages are welcome. Come and meet Employers, Training providers & Work brokers. Find out about local job opportunities. A Library and Ministry of Social Development’s Motueka Service Centre partnership.
Campaign to Address Digital Exclusion 1. Leave no-one behind: Ensure that steps are taken to address digital exclusion and that no-one is left behind or left out because they can’t or don’t wish to engage online. 2. Public services accessible to all: Implement accessibility and inclusion standards for the delivery of public services that include offline channels as part of the proactive design of government service delivery. 3. CAB compensated for cost-shifting: Ensure that the Citizens Advice Bureau is properly funded to meet the demands and cost-shifting that has resulted from government services going online.