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Red Cross Refugee Support Volunteers are vital for the successful resettlement of former refugees. This is a great opportunity to work in a team, have fun, learn about different cultures and do something really worthwhile! Full training is provided. Next training course starts 16th September 2017.Read More
Community Networks Aotearoa and the NZ Council of Christian Social Services have come together to celebrate the huge value provided by NGOs to their communities. You are invited to join us for Conference 2017.Read More
Have you ever found out about a fun or life-changing course… only to find out it finished weeks ago?
Well, the new Nelson/Tasman Adult Education Facebook group aims to stop that!
It’s a place to share upcoming courses, programmes, seminars and learning opportunities.
A bit like the community noticeboards we have dotted around our region. Only on Facebook, because that’s where we all are.Read More
Mindz, the workplace mental health forum and HRINZ, the HR Institute, warmly invite you to:
De-mystifying mental illness and well being in the workplace
Thursday, 13 July
5.15 – 6.45 pm
G104, NMIT (the media room)
All welcome – please share this invitation and RSVP to email@example.comRead More
On line applications are now open for election roles.
Log onto http://www.elections.org.nz/events/2017-general-election/working-2017-general-election
to applyRead More
Join us for shared kai at 6pm followed by a Review of our Achievements for the 2016/17 year, a View of the Future and the Election of our Board. Whanau and Friends of Q-Youth along with anyone interested in us and what we offer the Nelson Community most welcome.Read More
Q-YOUTH CO-COORDINATOR – Nelson
10 hours per week
We are seeking a Coordinator for our vibrant queer youth organisation. Your responsibilities will be
overseeing the functions of the organisation and the delivery of our core services. These include
running our Drop-in Space, supporting Queer-Straight Alliance groups in our local high schools, and
providing education on gender and sexuality in schools and to our local community.
The ideal candidate will be queer friendly, be experienced working with young people, running
workshops and facilitating groups. You will also have a working knowledge of gender and sexual
diversity. A youth work or social work qualification would be advantageous.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Jacqui on 027 3091158 for more info and
a full job description.
CV and cover letter due via email by 5pm Monday 26 June March 2017.Read More
CPAG Post Budget Breakfast Nelson-Tasman
Wednesday 31 May 2017
Stoke School Hall 9.30 -11.30 am
Alan Johnson, Social Policy Analyst for The Salvation Army’s
Social Policy & Parliamentary Unit
Kindra Douglas, Director Victory Community Centre
Rosalie Grant, Manager Nelson Budget Service
Registration to email@example.com
Attachment: flyerPBBCPAGNelson31052017.pdfRead More
Community Lunch starting at 11:45am with gospel music entertainment.Read More