Y2Biz – Te Puke Youth Survey

Te Puke Youth Employment Survey

We are looking to begin the Y2BIZ (Youth to Business) program in Te Puke assisting Te Puke Youth into employment, up-skilling and voluntary positions. This is to be based on the program established in 2005 by former Otorohanga mayor Dale Wil­liams, the initiative was successful in achieving zero youth unemployment for people under the age of 25 and became a blueprint for other districts to emulate nationwide.

As we begin the process we are looking to seek understanding from our community, our business owners and leaders as to interest levels, participation, skills you may wish to bring to the program and any feedback you could give us.

We thank you for your time in participating in the short survey and look forward to a positive future for our community and youth.
Vector Group – Envisioning Sustainable Communities Creatively.

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