Annie Aranui Scholarships OPEN NOW
Up to $5,000 to support mana wāhine (17-24 years) in the workplace About the Scholarship The Hawke’s Bay Youth Futures Trust manages and administers the Annie Aranui Scholarship, this scholarship aims to enable and support young mana wāhine within the public sector including; • central and local government, • iwi owned organisations • community-focused NGOs Scholarship are currently available up to $5,000 to support mana wāhine (17-24 years) in the workplace, including; • support for rangatahi already working to progress their development and career. • individually tailored programmes to meet the rangatahi’s growth aspirations. • up to $5,000 to support their development e.g. te reo development, leadership training, specialised mentoring.
Apply for a Scholarship To apply go to www.hbyft.org.nz For more information contact email@example.com
‘Te Ahikāroa o Ngā Uri Whakaeke’ Supporting a sustainable future for whānau and mokopuna Annie started her career in the public sector as a Māori Cadet with the NZ Employment Service. From there, she held leadership positions throughout the country including that of National Welfare Reform Change Manager and finally Regional Commissioner East Coast when she passed away in March 2021. Annie’s approach as a leader centred around making a positive difference for our mokopuna. She achieved this using an inclusive style of leadership, strong valuesbased approach and determination to deliver outcomes for some of our most disadvantaged people. Annie excelled in growing and developing great people and she put some of MSD’s best into other organisations. Annie was a champion of cadetships, internships and pathways for rangatahi and mana wāhine.