This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students and graduates, our staff and our activities.
|Students Shave for a Cure to Cancer||Four Rotorua hairdressing students shaved the heads of brave 'Shave for a Cure' volunteers yesterday, including one of their own.|
|High Performing Sports Students Recognised||Some of the Bay of Plenty’s elite young sportspeople were recognised on Thursday night as family, friends and members of the sporting community gathered to celebrate the successes of five athletes who received High Performance Sports Scholarships from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology.|
|Online legal student nets country’s top marks||Former Tauranga woman GiGi (Geniveve) Kent has aced the NZ Law Society exams, scoring the top marks in New Zealand in not just one, but two, of the six notoriously tough exams.|
|Phil Tataurangi tells students to never dream medium||Speaking to an auditorium of sporting students, the former Australian PGA champion dispelled myths he perceived around success and highlighted the value of self-worth.|
|Culinary arts student tag-team with MasterChef star for a Ronald McDonald Family Retreat Fundraiser||Culinary arts student Adrian Soriano and MasterChef's Vanessa Baxter cook for the Ronald McDonald Family Retreat fundraiser.|
|Student Chefs Serve Up a World of Wonders||Windermere Campus came alive last night with truly international flavours, as chef students served up an exotic mix of dishes at their first international food night market.|