Ana Sokratov Scholarship
Te Rau Ora is delighted to offer two Ana Sokratov scholarships in 2020 for Māori with lived experience of mental distress and/or addiction into study of their choice.
This scholarship is in honour of Ana Sokratov, she was part of the inaugural Trust Board of Te Rau Matatini (now Te Rau Ora), and renown for her leadership and advocacy for Māori with lived experience.
Purpose: To provide an opportunity to Māori with lived experience of mental distress and/or addiction to study a field of their choice including but not limited to health or in academic, cultural or creative pathways.
Amount: Degree would cover someone for the whole of the study period.
Expectation of recipient: Reciprocity was important to Ana. The bursar is expected to share their knowledge to inspire or mentor others with lived experience of mental distress and/or addiction.
Criteria/Application process: An application process will include the reason they have chosen their field of study and they will demonstrate the ability to be self-directed in their learning.
Te Rau Ora is pleased to offer two Ana Sokratov scholarships in 2020 for Māori with lived experience who wish to pursue and achieve success in a program of study and training.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an application form
Or call if any queries 021 592 250
Applications close Friday 10th July 2020
Te Rau Ora Work Based Placements
Addiction-related harm from alcohol, other drug use and gambling in our society, impacts on individuals, whānau and the community.
The effects are experienced across a number of systems including health (physical, mental health and spiritual), education, criminal offending, employment and relationships. Coexisting conditions is the norm rather than the exception.
To grow a ‘fit-for-purpose’ workforce Health Workforce New Zealand funds Te Rau Ora to provide opportunities for scholarships and work-based placements for those wanting to contribute to whānau ora.
Work-based placements allow one to experience ‘work’ and the opportunity to gain and apply knowledge, skills, and feelings in a relevant setting. Exposed to authentic work practices work-based placements can be an important means of developing work readiness and or achieving personal or professional development goals.
Work based-placements contribute to growing the capability and capacity of a workforce. Introducing new workers into the workforce via work-based work experience increases capacity. The Hoe Rua programme increases capacity within the addiction treatment system in that the work-based placements are particularly for people who are seeking experience, training and employment within the addiction system.
This programme offers work-based placement opportunities for up to twelve months with an approved host organisation.
Host Application is for organisations that want to join the programme, and Placement Applications is for the individuals who want to apply for the opportunity to become placements with a successful host.
Host Application opens 1 February and closes on 28 February 2020.
Placement applications open on 1 February and is ongoing until all places are filled.
Te Rau Ora Addiction Scholarships
The aim of Te Rau Ora Addiction Scholarships are to provide Māori and non Māori people an opportunity to acquire undergraduate or postgraduate qualifications to work in the addiction treatment sector.
These scholarships are for people keen on working in the addiction treatment sector or already working in the addiction treatment sector and interested in completing an undergraduate or postgraduate qualification.
Te Rau Ora Māori Health Scholarships
The aim of Te Rau Ora Māori Health Scholarships is to increase and develop the Māori health workforce, and to foster the confidence in Te Ao Māori, Māori leadership and excellence in health.
These scholarships are for Māori who are keen in working in the health sector or already working in the health sector and interested in completing an undergraduate or postgraduate health qualification.
Applications closed 31st January 2020