Lincoln University is proud to partner with the Ministry of Youth Development to host our first Taiohi Summit from the 5th – 8th of December 2018.
Developed for Māori students between the ages of 16 and 24, the summit will discuss key issues relevant to Taiohi today and provide a forum to discuss their aspirations for the future.
We see the significant contribution that Māori make to both our economy and the world and as the world changes, we want to make sure the voice of our Taiohi have been heard so they have access to the tools and skills to help them grow their future.
Across the four days, attendees will collaborate with key innovators, engage in workshops, write their manifesto and connect, network and socialise with other like-minded Māori throughout New Zealand.
From the boardroom or the paddock, we want to make sure Taiohi add their voice to the discussion.
For more info and to register your interest, click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any queries about registration, please phone Rebecca Peterson at 03 423 0544 or email email@example.com
What: Taiohi Summit: Engaging Taiohi from the boardroom to the paddock
When: 5th – 8th December
Where: Lincoln University
Ka tipu, ka rea, ka whanake
ake te rākau mātauraka
Ko tōna pakiaka,
he waewae haere
Ko tōna kaupapa,
he takata ora
Nau mai, ki Te Whare
Wānaka o Aoraki
Plant, nurture and grow the tree of knowledge
Whose roots allow it to move freely
Whose purpose is to support healthy people