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Studying Commerce?

NGA TAURA UMANGA AGM 24TH MAY 

Māori at Victoria and friends committed to Kaupapa Māori, Ngā Taura Umanga, the Māori Commerce Students Association needs you—we are having our AGM at the Ngāi Tauira Office, Level 3 Student Union Building, Kelburn on Thursday the 24th of May 5pm and need a new Executive.

Planned activities include networking events with similar organisations including Te Awe and Ngā Rangāhautira and study wanangā along with Te Putahi Atawhai as well as events during Te Wiki o Te Reo. Every year we facilitate events, provide business and networking opportunities for Maori Commerce Students.

Positions to fill are: Tumuaki Tane and Tumuaki Wahine (Male & Female President); Kaituhi (Secretary);

Kaitiaki Putea (Treasurer); Kaiwhakahaere (Exec) Communications; Kaiwhakahaere Recruitment; Kaiwhakahaere Events; Kaiwhakahaere Marketing and Kaiwhakahaere Post-Graduate.

TE AWE AND NGATAURA AMANGA FUNCTION 

Te Awe is the Wellington Māori Business Network organisation consisting of Māori business leaders and professionals; Ngā Taura Ūmanga has a special relationship with this organisation, including a special student membership discount. This event is a first for the groups involved and is a chance for today’s business leaders and entrepreneurs to meet aspiring leaders of tomorrow.

This is a new and exciting event for Nga Taura Umanga—so don’t miss out! 

Date: Wednesday 30 May 2012. 

Time: 5.15pm for a 5.30pm start. 

Venue: Pipitea Campus, West Wing (Level 3, Room 303) 

For enquiries, please contact Ngā Taura Ūmanga at: ngātauraumanga@gmail.com 

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