Ngā Tohu Aumangea - The Youth Potential Awards seek to recognise commitment, hard work, resilience, leadership and overcoming adversity. The awards categories are Tāne (Male), Wahine (Female), and Rōpū (Group).
The awards are a great opportunity to showcase the achievements of young people and the great work that is being done by our youth providers. Their efforts, as showcased through receiving awards, can also serve as an inspiration to others.
This year’s awards are sponsored by and will be held at Functions on Hastings at Toitoi - Hawke's Bay Arts & Events Centre on Monday 27 September 2021.
Nga Tohu Aumangea - The Youth Potential Awards seek to recognise commitment, hard work and resilience. These awards are to acknowledge rangatahi who have achieved success in the face of adversity, may not get recognised for this in their current setting and continue to be successfully engaged in school and/or a youth programme.
Award categories are Tane (Male), Wahine (Female) & Roopu (Group). Nominations close Monday 30 August 2021.
All nominees must:
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