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National engineering events next week!

The 2017 Week of Engineering (31 July to 5 August) includes three public expos, a programme of workplace visits for students and screenings of Dream Big, a film about the marvels of engineering.

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Published July 2017
 

Tiaki: exploring green careers through a project-based competition

Futureintech has been supporting a new initiative run by the Manukau Beautification Charitable Trust that brings together South Auckland communities, schools and local industries. The Tiaki competition challenges students to work alongside an industry mentor on an environmental-themed project that's linked to the science and technology curricula.

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Published July 2017
 

Over-qualified and under-skilled? Degree graduates in science technician roles

A recent report has found that people entering the science technician workforce don't have the practical skills desired by employers, and recommends that more should be done to guide students towards completing a diploma in applied science rather than a science degree.

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Published July 2017
 

New digitech curriculum: we can help

The government has recently announced changes to the New Zealand Curriculum to position Digital Technologies as a core component of learning for students at all levels. Futureintech Ambassadors will be able to help you add depth and context to your new teaching programmes.

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Published July 2017
 

Finding people like me, who like the things I like

We've just launched a new Profile Explorer feature, which allows students to use keywords and categories to choose which Ambassador stories to read.

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Published May 2017
 


 

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