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Join the VOYCE National Youth Council

May 31, 2019 at 2:35 PM

From VOYCE Whakarongo Mai

The Opportunity

• Join the VOYCE National Youth Council and you will get the opportunity to directly influence change for the care experienced community. 
• As a National Youth Council member, you will get special access to opportunities for training and development. 
• All National Youth Council members will receive a certificate of service on completion of their term to put on their CV.


• Applicants must either be currently in care via Oranga Tamariki or have previous care-experience 
• Applicants must be between 16 to 24 years of age. 
• Applicants will need to identify that they have the means to a supportive trusted adult, transport, access to devices and Wi-Fi to ensure ability to meet commitments of projects and meetings. 
• Applicants must be able to attend 80% of meetings which will occur around the country every month over a full weekend. Travel will be required. 
• Applicants must have access to personal information/ID to enable a Children’s Worker check during the recruitment process

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Category: Children