This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students and graduates, our staff and our activities.
|Helping Young Pacific Artists Find their Voice||Talented Pacific artists Siliga Setoga and Claudia Jowitt have been mentoring a group of high school students at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, helping them to develop their voice through Pacific art.|
|International Students Honoured In Volunteer Week Events||We talk to two community-minded Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Professional Studies students, recently honoured as part of Volunteer Week.|
|Women graduates thrive in perceived ‘male’ careers||Two top Toi Ohomai graduates are proving women can stand out and succeed in what are seen as traditional male careers.|
|Future top chefs hope to shine at Toque d’Or||Talented student chefs studying at Toi Ohomai are training in earnest for their upcoming Toque d’Or competition – the most prestigious tertiary cooking contest in the country.|
|Charity House Gives Something to Roof Shout About In 2017||Today at Mokoia Campus, students involved in the 2017 Charity House, staff and industry partners, celebrated with a BBQ roof shout to toast the milestone moment.|
|Graduate Overcomes All As New Youth Art Centre Director||Art degree graduate, Maria Marshall, tells how she put it all on the line to succeed|