Sustainability and Biculturalism in New Zealand

This project supports 24 students from MHC to join Otago Polytechnic’s Summer Studies in New Zealand program, with priority to Indigenous students. Students explores the culture of the Kai Tahu, a Maori tribe and the first people of New Zealand to expand their intercultural awareness, and gain awareness and skills in environmental preservation through coursework and engagement with New Zealand’s natural terrain.

Tailored wrap-around supports are provided for students, including information and talking circles, a ceremony to support a safe journey for students, a mentorship program, and the accompaniment of a staff member from the Indigenous Support office.

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Global Horizons 9 – The future of GSO

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Major milestone!!!! 10,000 students

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A trading nation needs a globally engaged workforce

Canadian businesses need to work harder to remain competitive, globally relevant, and accessible. A large part of that is having access to the right talent.