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Media – The Development Hub helps women find the best version of themself

Louise was part of The Development Hub Initiate programme last year and was offered the job of programme facilitator after graduating. In the video Louise …

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Media – Flexibility the key to employment – insight into youth development

Sarah-Jo Barley is creating suitable employment opportunities for wahine within the community. Rawinia speaks about her experience on the programme and the success that came …

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Case Study – Akenese Brown

New skills, new friends and a new job she absolutely loves all started with a Development Hub course. Winning a place on an Initiate Rangatahi …

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Case Study – Nerrisha Grant

Having the confidence to speak to strangers and (finally) having the job she likes are the big changes for Nerrisha Grant, after completing an Initiate …

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Case Study – Hinehou Ryland

Completing an Initiate Rangatahi course with The Development Hub opened up a world of possibilities for Hine. Nine months after completing her course Hine is …

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Case Study – Gemini Henare-Hiki

A chance meeting outside Kmart with Development Hub course leaders Sarah-Jo and Elisabeth, was a game-changing moment for Gemini, and set her on the path …

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PGF funding

PGF funding enables more Hawke’s Bay women to reclaim their future through employment, training and education opportunities. In the latest PGF round, Hawke’s Bay company …

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Latest edition of e-pānui from Business Hawkes Bay.

EXCITE | ENCOURAGE | EMPOWER Did you know that we have helped more than 160 people (mainly women) into employment, education or training? We’re delighted …

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Initiate Wahine Toa

By Jessica Rapaea graduate of the Initiate Wahine Toa Programme Ko te Mana Wahine, Ko te hā Ko te oranga, Te hei mauri ora. The …

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