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Graduate Profile 2023: Anusuthi Lakhiani, Bachelor of Applied Management
When Anusuthi arrived in New Zealand like many other international students chasing dreams of freedom and independence, she thought she’d be able to return to India to see friends and family within twelve months.
However, the COVID pandemic meant the human resources and project management major found herself unable to go home for two and a half years.
2023 Graduate Profile: Micah Sili, Bachelor of Nursing
When Micah Sili first came to MIT she had no aspirations to get into politics, only wanting to earn a Nursing degree to help serve the community and look after older people like her grandparents who she was raised by in Tonga.
However, during the Pandemic the 30-year-old was thrust into the national spotlight becoming not only a spokesperson for our learners but an advocate for south Auckland as well.
2023 Graduate Profile: Julia Deihl, Bachelor of Applied Counselling
Julia (Ngāti Maniapoto) had a long career in the fashion industry. Her time as a Brand Account Manager for a major Canadian line took her to work in Montreal, Australia and around Aotearoa. There were plenty of cool parties, launches and store openings to go to.
Language School connecting cultures and people
Students from thirty different countries were represented at the event where they were invited to share music, dance, food and traditions from their homelands.
Cooking up a storm for cyclone relief
In the wake of Cyclone Gabrielle, Kiwis around the country have been finding different, often inventive ways to help those affected.
MIT Nursing academic wins science communication award
Maia Topp’s mission is to help nurses gain the cultural understanding they need to empower diabetes patients to better self-manage the condition.More than a quarter…
Vocational Training opportunities ‘light the fire’ for next generation of tradies
Fourteen MIT Trades Academy students were presented with Prime Minister’s Vocational Excellence Awards at our recent prizegiving.The award including a $2,000 grant to support the…
Building on our legacy of education in south Auckland
Thanks to those students, staff and community members - past and present - who have made us what we are today. Hope you enjoy this trip down Memory Lane!
Delivering a representative healthcare workforce for south Auckland
A partnership to support more Māori and Pasifika into healthcare careers in Counties Manukau is on track to exceed its targets. Te Ara Oranga: Pathways…
Encouraging more Pacific people towards accountancy as a career
Business student Levalasi Catherine Tominiko (Lotofaga, Safotu) has become the first recipient of a new grant aimed to encourage more Pasifika people into the field of accountancy.