Accelerating Aotearoa ensures NZs potential growth is unconstrained by shortages of digitally skilled Kiwis by
Fostering collaboration across communities, educators and businesses
Enabling mechanisms for collaboration for these stakeholders
Better aligning programmes offered by educators with business needs
Developing/implementing programmes supporting increased participation of Maori and Pasifika in digital upskilling
Promoting digital careers with students
Developing/implementing digital capability programmes enabling community productivity and innovation
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Provides advice / information / advocacy
Provides services (e.g. care / counselling), Develops Skills Programmes
Education / training / research, Social services, Employment, Economic development
Children / young people, People of a certain ethnic / racial origin, Migrants / refugees
Our Core Group governance comprises community business & education leaders. A small secretariat is supported by 30+ partners & 75+ volunteers
Work comprises of community-based solutions;
-Engaging Whanau in career visioning & mentoring
-Igniting educational success through student skills acquisition
-Opening pathways to plentiful well paid work
By supporting pathways to industry talent needs we're enabling connections for youth their whanau & communities with pathways to prosperity & equity
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