Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology News

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. 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. Bushra Ansari and Sheetal Mehta were recently honoured as part of Volunteer Week activities.
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. Toi Ohomai Civil Engineering graduate, Chelsea Oliver
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. The Tauranga team for Toque d'Or (L-R) Shane Yardley, Georgia Farmer, Tarandeep Singh Deol , Aroha Fryer, Sheyanne Collom, Kylee New
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. Students, staff and industry partners, celebrating with a BBQ roof shout for the 2017 Charity House
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 Art degree graduate, Maria Marshall, outside Rotorua Children's Art House

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