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The Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) announced today the appointment of Mr Gus Gilmore as its next Chief Executive.
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Pasifika people of all cultures and faiths have a new place to gather, learn, and celebrate, with the opening of the Pasifika Community Centre at Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) on Friday 3 June, 2016.
Benjamin's story originally featured in the Eastern Courier and online on stuff.co.nz.
At 19 years old, Benjamin Denham had already completed a bachelor's degree in ICT, designed a working app for a major telecommunications company, and led courses on software development.
This story originally featured in the Papakura Courier and online on stuff.co.nz.
This May, Georga Brinkman will be the third generation of nurses to graduate from MIT nursing, following in the footsteps of her mother, Manja Brinkman, and grandmother, Hendrieka van Weeghel.
"For me as an Islander, nursing is a natural thing. We most definitely need more Pacific males in nursing," – Daniel Mataafa, MIT Bachelor of Nursing graduate.
For many young Pacific men, nursing isn't a career they consider. But after an injury side-lined his rugby aspirations, Daniel Mataafa is graduating with a Bachelor of Nursing from MIT. He now wants to encourage others men to give it a go.
John's story was originally featured in the East & Bays Courier, Manukau Courier and Papakura Courier, and online on stuff.co.nz.
After an eye injury forced him to leave a promising representative rugby career, John Cocker is making big strides in his ambition to coach. The Mount Wellington local is graduating with a Diploma in Applied Sport and Recreation from MIT on 27 May 2016.
Friday 27 May marks the first-ever graduation procession through the streets of South Auckland, as 1,072 students graduate from Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT).