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  • Manu tukutuku poster - Māori

    Kia rere au ki nga rangi tuhaha kia tau atu au ki toku taumata.

  • Myths and Te Marautanga

    Workshops based on kōrero pūrākau can be incorporated in to a range of learning areas or wāhanga ako. Here are some examples to show how a workshop on kōrero pūrākau can link to Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

  • Rata and the Tree

    Rata and the Tree illustration by Andrew Burdan.

  • Tertiary benchmarks

    The Career Development Benchmarks: Tertiary are a self-review tool for tertiary organisations to assess and improve the quality of their career development programmes and services.

  • Krumboltz's theory

    John Krumboltz's planned happenstance theory makes it OK to not always plan, because unplanned events could lead to good careers.

  • Career Services - A review in an international perspective

    Research carried out in 2007 showed this organisation as representing the most fully integrated all-age career service.

  • News and media

    Media releases and contact details for media professionals.

  • Project Kāmehameha

    Project Kāmehameha is a programme of research to inform design and delivery of career resources for Māori.

  • Career development – Year 7 and 8

    Learn how teaching career management competencies helps Year 7 and 8 students manage their life, learning and work, and assists them with decisions at key transition points. Find out how all teachers can contribute to career development through a school-wide approach.

  • How to soothe your job interview nerves

    Do job interviews make you cringe with nerves? Here’s how to soothe your interview anxiety.