Sharing this notice from our whanaunga Rio Greening who has had a helping hand in this Marine Kaitiaki Course initiative for rangatahi from Te Pewhairangi/Bay of Islands.
We are happy to announce that all hapū student nominations for the 2024 Marine Kaitiaki Course are OPEN and welcomed!!
If you are connected with whanau who have rangatahi aged 18 – late 20’s who would be interested in diving into a marine conservation career or have a deep interest in kaitiakitanga o te moana, please share this information with them.
Anyone interested in this course can learn more about the program and apply on our website, trioceans.org/kaitiaki.
They can fill out the online application directly at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdVAN4GrXda0DrZxpSuGIQspmOI9w7nlblgXk25vJazTN4Bew/viewform?usp=sf_link
I hope this email finds you well. As we have now completed the fifth and final month of the Marine Kaitiaki Course, it is our pleasure to share with you the last monthly Newsletter for our 2022 course. Our trainees have been going above and beyond with their research projects and have accomplished several certifications in these final weeks, including their boatmasters qualifications!
We are extremely proud of all that our trainees have accomplished during this course and look forward to seeing what they go on to do afterwards. As always, please share this Newsletter with your community, as well as our social media platforms (TriOceans IG and FB), so that we can give this course the recognition it deserves. If you should have any questions, or prefer to no longer receive these Newsletters, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
We look forward to sharing more about future Marine Kaitiaki Courses in the coming months!
Ngā mihi nui,
Kia ora koutou,
I hope everyone is well and warm. We have officially completed our third month of course, with a fresh Newsletter created by our trainees!
Please see the attached May Newsletter and as always feel free to share this out. I’ve also attached a list describing each of the student’s Kaitiaki Course Project ideas so that you can see what interests they are currently pursuing. As we support them in their project implementations here at TriOceans, any insight or suppport you may have for these studetns please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each day of this course we are seeing so much growth and confidence shine through these amazing young kaitiaki. We graciously thank you for your continued support of this mahi and their ultimate success. Have a wonderful weekend!
Nga mihi nui,
Tangaroa Research Institute of Oceanographic Studies (TriOceans)
32/10 Klinac Lane • Waipapa • 0295 • New Zealand
Sharing this notice from our whanaunga Rio Greening who has had a helping hand in this Marine Kaitiaki Course initiative for rangatahi from Te Pewhairangi/Bay of Islands. If there are any rangatahi interested we encourage whānau to support them to apply. Applications close January 8th 2022, see flyer for more details.