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Monday 20 June

posted 19 Jun 2016, 20:14 by Teora Jennings
Sport
YR11 Sports Ambassadors Students are to meet with Matt from Ignite Sport at morning tea on Tuesday 21st of June
A new puffer jacket was found in the big gym last week. It can be collected from the sports office.
Lost property including sweatshirts, hoodies, school shoes and some uniform items are in the Sports Office. If you have lost any clothing items come and check at the sports office during morning tea and lunchtime.

Careers
Lifeguard Course
There is an opportunity for senior students to train as swimming pool lifeguards. You will have to commit to doing a weekend Lifeguard course and getting a First Aid Certificate. There will be a good chance of work experience and paid work over the summer holidays. See Ms Burton in the Careers Office if you are interested.

Weltec 5 Day Course Term 3
Weltec have some 5 day courses coming up this term in Bricklaying and Landscaping, Painting Houses, and Hairdressing. They are all in Petone and you will have the opportunity to achieve some level 2 credits and gain new skills - also to test out a potential career. Please see Ms Burton in the Careers Office to put your name down

Defence Force's Experience day 
The Army, Navy and Airforce are combining and running 2 experience days in Trentham in the next school holidays. You need to be 16 to attend. If you are interested in joining any of the armed forces you need to attend one of these courses while you are still at school. See Ms Burton in the Careers Office to apply.

Russell McVeagh Mentoring
Our next meeting in Wellington has had a date change - it is now Tuesday 28 June - Not Wednesday 29 June. Ms Burton will have room for 3 students in her car. Please let her know if you can't attend

Otago Law Event
Year 12 and 13 students who may be interested in studying law at Otago or another NZ university are invited to attend this talk about law degrees and career opportunities in Wellington from 1 - 3pm on Wed 29 June. Prof Mark Hennessy is a great speaker. See Ms Burton in the Careers Office for more information

Big Construction Tour
The BCITO has organised a Big Construction Tour around Wellington construction and building industry worksites to see the industry in action on Thursday 7 July. If you would like to take part in one of the few places we have allocated to our school come to the Careers Office. You will spend the whole day visiting industry sites and lunch will be provided. See Ms Burton in the Careers Office to put your name down

New Senior Girl's Mentoring Programme
Naenae College has been lucky to be chosen to be the first school in Wellington to have the WOMENTOR programme. It is for about 20 girls in Year 12 and 13. This programme will give you extra skills to help you transition successfully from school to work or tertiary education. It will involve you committing to 10 sessions on Thursday mornings at 8.30am - no late start for these keen girls. A different Mentor will attend each week to talk about subjects such as goal setting, organisational skills, interview techniques, building confidence and resilience etc. There will be an information Session with 4 Mentors talking on Friday 1st July in LAR time in Room 30. If you would like to attend this session before you commit come and put your name down at the Careers Office.

Otago University Life
Year 12 and 13 students - Noella Dushime, who attended Naenae College, and now is in her 3rd year at Otago University studying oral health will be in the Library in LAR time this Tuesday. She will talk about her experiences moving away from home to attend university in Dunedin, doing health, sciences, intermediate, her passion for oral health and tertiary education. If you are thinking of attending Otago or any NZ university come and listen.

Naenae Library
Naenae library will be holding a board games evening for ages 10+ on Tuesday 5 July, 5pm to 7.30pm. Outwit, outplay and outscore your friends! choose from their awesome game selection or bring your own. Have a great night

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