Careers brochures, leaflets + posters: order yours for free

Futureintech offers a variety of careers information for a range of audiences. All materials are available free of charge within New Zealand and can be ordered using the form below or by emailing the Futureintech Administrator. Please email us if you would like larger quantities than can be ordered via the form (50 of most items, 2 of the Who makes it happen? posters).

You can also print your own copies of our Digital, Engineering and Science Qualification Pathways posters >>

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Detailed career and qualification guides

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Engineering Choices - a detailed look at careers in engineering

A4 foldout - written for Year 12-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

"Engineers are people who use their knowledge of maths, science and technology to solve real-world problems and find new opportunities to improve the world around us."

This guide provides more detail about the different fields and specialisations, introduces 18 people in roles from biomedical research to software engineering, and explains the most common qualification pathways.

You can also download and print your own A3 Engineering Qualification Pathways poster.

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Digital Choices - a detailed look at options in the ICT sector

A4 foldout - written for Year 12-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

"The digital industry is a new term to describe the wide range of work in Information & Communications Technology (ICT), computer programming, software engineering and development, high tech computer systems and electronics, information systems and web, games and multimedia development."

This guide explains the different digital industry areas - computer engineering, computer science, information systems, information technology, media design and software engineering - and provides an overview of the main tertiary qualification options. It features 18 New Zealanders who work in a wide variety of roles, including a software developer, a mathematical modeller and a design engineer working in robotics.

You can also download and print your own A3 Digital Qualification Pathways poster.

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Science Choices - a detailed look at options for science-based careers

A4 foldout - written for Year 12-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

"With a background in science, you could work in all sorts of different areas from dairy processing and environmental management to developing high-tech electronics and healthcare products. Science knowledge and skills are fundamental for careers in engineering, food technology, surveying and digital technologies. The research, analysis and reasoning skills you will develop are valued even in businesses that aren’t obviously science-based."

This guide explains the difference between applied science, research & development and fundamental science, and introduces 18 people in roles from marine ecology to medical physics. A diagram provides an overview of the main science qualifications, including options for graduate and postgraduate studies.

You can also download and print your own A3 Science Qualification Pathways poster.

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Careers by industry

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Digital Technologies Industry - Help design the future

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“Use your creativity to come up with new ideas and turn them into reality. The digital industry is evolving rapidly – there are great opportunities for young people, and you can have a big impact on the world early in your career.”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.
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Food Industry - Apply technology and science

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“One fifth of New Zealanders work in the food industry, producing around $23 billion worth of food and beverages every year – there are great opportunities to be part of a growing industry.”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.

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Manufacturing & Processing - Designing new products & Systems

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“If you’re creative and like the idea of developing new products, the manufacturing and processing industry might be the place for you. With exports valued at approximately $46.7 billion per year, this sector is vital to our economy – you could be involved in making innovative high-value products, and helping expand our international markets.”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.
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Growing and harvesting in the primary industries

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“The primary industries bring billions of dollars to our economy each year and employ one-sixth of New Zealand’s workforce. Many of these people work in the growing and harvesting sector which includes agriculture, horticulture, viticulture, arable, seafood, forestry and apiculture.”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.

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Processing and commercialising in the primary industries

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“The primary industries bring billions of dollars to our economy each year and employ one-sixth of New Zealand’s workforce. Many of these people add value to food and fibre products, or work with customers to understand market trends and support product development.”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.

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Supporting and protecting in the primary industries

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“The primary industries bring billions of dollars to our economy each year and employ one-sixth of New Zealand’s workforce. Many people are involved in supporting and protecting the primary industries.”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.

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Construction - Help build New Zealand

A4 - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“Construction is New Zealand’s fifth largest industry and employs 1 in 12 people in the workforce. Population growth in Auckland and earthquakes in Christchurch have driven demand for new buildings, so the sector is expected to expand. If you like problem-solving and coming up with innovative ideas, you might enjoy working in the construction industry.”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.

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Infrastructure - It's all around us!

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“Help your community – get involved in creating and maintaining the infrastructure that supports our lifestyle. There’s a worldwide demand for people who can design, construct and take care of structures and systems for transport, water supply and treatment, energy, telecommunications and building services.”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.

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Power Generation & Distribution - Creating energy for the future

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“It’s an exciting time to work in the power generation and distribution sector - you could help change the world! We need to provide energy for a growing population while conserving natural resources and preventing pollution. This requires innovative people – maybe you’ll be the one to create a new ‘clean’ renewable energy source?”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.

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Surveying & Spatial Industries - Creating and using location information

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

“Spatial science is about measuring, recording, managing and communicating information about the Earth’s surface – land, sea, rivers, lakes, roads and other built structures.”

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.
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Earthquake Resilience - Making our towns and cities safe for the future

A4 double-sided - written for Year 11-13 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

"We live on the Pacific Rim where earthquakes are a part of life for the foreseeable future. While we can't do anything about controlling or precisely predicting these powerful ground-shaking events, we can do much to minimise the damaging effects. Working in earthquake engineering or other jobs involving quake preparedness and recovery is a great way to contribute towards helping people and society."

This guide introduces career opportunities, features quotes from industry leaders and introduces people who are already working in a range of different roles.
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Subject-focused brochures

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Subject focus: Maths

A4 foldout – written for Year 7-10 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

Maths is so much more than what you do in class! If you like Maths, you can choose from lots of challenging and rewarding jobs.

This brochure shows Year 7-10 students how continuing with Maths subjects in Years 11-13 will allow them to take advantage of a wide range of career opportunities.

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Subject focus: Science

A4 foldout – written for Year 7-10 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

Enjoying Science, but wondering where it can take you? Lots of industries need science knowledge and skills – you’re bound to find one to suit your interests.

This brochure shows Year 7-10 students how continuing with Science subjects in Years 11-13 will allow them to take advantage of a wide range of career opportunities.

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Subject focus: Technology

A4 foldout – written for Year 7-10 students and their parents, caregivers and teachers

If you enjoy Technology, the knowledge you gain can be applied in lots of jobs.

This brochure shows Year 7-10 students how continuing with Technology subjects in Years 11-13 will allow them to take advantage of a wide range of career opportunities.

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General and overview

Cover image of the 'Thought about a career in Technology, Engineering or Science?' booklet

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Help your children decide if a career in technology, engineering or science is right for them - English version

Written for parents and caregivers

Our future depends on the next generation of technologists, engineers and scientists. This flyer explains how parents and caregivers – and their children – can use the Futureintech website to read the stories of people who already work in these industries, find out which Year 12-13 subjects lead to these careers and search for tertiary technology, engineering and science qualifications.

Flyers are sized to fit in an ordinary envelope (i.e. 1/3 A4) and are illustrated with the photo and pathway of two Futureintech Ambassadors.

There are currently six different combinations and we will send you a mixture. Two of the flyers feature profiles of Ambassadors who work in the primary industries (farming, fishing and forestry) and can be ordered separately.

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Primary industries

Cover image of the 'Thought about a career in Technology, Engineering or Science?' booklet

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Help your children decide if a career in technology, engineering or science is right for them - Māori version

Written for Māori parents and caregivers

This flyer explains how Māori parents and caregivers can support their children towards a secure, well-paid future in technology, engineering or science. It explains how they can 
use the Futureintech website to read the stories of people who already work in these industries, find out which Year 12-13 subjects lead to these careers and search for relevant tertiary qualifications.

Flyers are sized to fit in an ordinary envelope (1/3 A4) and are illustrated with the photo and pathway of four Māori Futureintech Ambassadors (there are currently two different combinations 
and we will send you a mixture).

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Help your children decide if a career in technology, engineering or science is right for them - Pasifika version

Written for Pasifika parents and caregivers

This flyer explains how Pasifika parents and caregivers can support their children towards a secure, well-paid future in technology, engineering or science. It explains how they can use the Futureintech website to read the stories of people who already work in these industries, find out which Year 12-13 subjects lead to these careers and search for relevant tertiary qualifications.

Flyers are sized to fit in an ordinary envelope (1/3 A4) and are illustrated with the photo and pathway of four Pasifika Futureintech Ambassadors (there are currently two different combinations and we will send you a mixture).

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Bookmarks

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Thought about a career in technology, engineering or science? cover image

Option Gen-5

Who makes it happen? Technologists, engineers and scientists in your neighbourhood

A2 poster for Year 5 to 8 classrooms

This large, colourful poster is designed for display on classroom walls and noticeboards. It uses an engaging cut-away view of a house and its surroundings to illustrate how different technologists, engineers and scientists create everyday things including food, electricity and computer games.

Now available with text in Te Reo Māori, Samoan and Tongan.

594 mm x 420 mm

Max order 2 per classroom (please contact us to request larger quantities)

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Maori

Samoan

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Thought about a career in technology, engineering or science? cover image

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Who makes it happen? Technologists, engineers and scientists in the primary industries

A2 poster for Year 5 to 8 classrooms

This large, colourful poster is designed for display on classroom walls and noticeboards. It shows students the range of technology, engineering and science-based jobs that are important in the primary industries: farming, fishing and forestry.

Now available with text in Te Reo Māori, Samoan and Tongan.

594 mm x 420 mm

Max order 2 per classroom (please contact us to request larger quantities)

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Maori

Samoan

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Information sheets

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Infosheet - Cadetships: Earn while you learn

Written for Year 11-13 students, their parents, caregivers and teachers

A cadetship is a great pathway to a career in fields such as engineering, surveying, CAD drafting and IT. Cadets complete a diploma, or sometimes a degree, while working in industry. This guide explains the advantages of cadetships, who offers them and shares the stories of some Futureintech Ambassadors who are or have been cadets.


Download PDF to print this infosheet yourself
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Bridging courses infosheet cover image

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Infosheet - Bridging courses for tertiary study in technology, engineering and science

Written for teachers, students, careers advisers and caregivers.

So you’ve just finished school, and you’ve discovered your ideal course at university or polytechnic – it’s exciting, plays to all your strengths, and has great job prospects. There’s just one problem – you didn’t take the right subjects at school.
Don’t let that put you off! Most tertiary institutions provide bridging courses or foundation studies programmes, enabling you to catch up with the subjects you need for your course.


Download PDF to print this infosheet yourself

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