Change begins with awareness!
For the Youth and Your Parents, Vava'u
Further to our first advise post - please take note the consultation meetings with you the local youth of Vava'u will start on Tuesday, 24th April 2018 at the LDS Hall, Pouono at 10am. Here we will share our story with you and inform you about our employment service and work readiness training program for the youth who are interested and seeking for employment in Vava'u. This is also an opportunity for us to hear it directly from you about what we can do together to support you in making your transition to employment that much meaningful and rewarding.
We value your time and attendance at this meeting. The free registration to participate in TYEE program will also take place at this meeting. We encourage you to consider this as your opportunity to work together with TYEE in helping you to get into work in Vava'u - safer and closer to home and closer to work; be it your first or new job with a promising employer in Vava'u.
After this pre visit, TYEE will be back again in June 2018 to start our work with you and to deliver our training and support to helping you gain the confidence and the foundation skills to ease the challenges of you entering the workforce. All Youth of Vava'u and your parents are welcome!
We look forward to meeting you all soon.
For the Business Owners / Employers, Vava'u
We understand your commitment to your business and your time is important. This is an opportunity for us to meet up and share stories so we can better understand your staffing needs in Vava'u. We are flexible and can work around your availability and a time to suit you. We will be visiting Vava'u from Monday 23rd to Friday 27th April 2018. Please contact us for a no obligation appointment to meet and discuss how best we can work together to assist the youth of Vava'u with employment opportunities in your business in responding to your staffing needs.
After this first pre visit, TYEE will be back again in June 2018 for our training and service delivery. We look forward to meeting you soon. Contact us today.
Vava'u Island also known as "Lolo 'a Halaevalu, Fatafata Mafana, Vava'u Lahi".
Vava'u is situated in the northern group of islands in the Kingdom of Tonga. Offering pristine beaches, untouched islands and all year round activities like diving, sailing, fishing and whale swimming. It's the travel destination for those looking to 'get off the beaten trail' ~Vava'u Guide.
Vava'u "Your Request Is Our Mission".
The wait is over for Vava'u Youth, Businesses and Employers. "Your Request Is Our Mission". You can read about our mission here. This is the opportunity you have been waiting for. TYEE will be conducting our first visit to Vava'u this month, from the 23rd - 27th April 2018. Watch this space for more details to come.
Youth and Employment
But of course, we can't do this alone. We want to partner, as much as possible, with Tongan organisations; governments, development partners, private sector and employers, educational providers, and most importantly - young people, because they have the greatest stake in the outcomes.
TYEE's ultimate goal is to address the youth employment challenges in Tonga by helping the young school leavers aged 18 to 29.
We are excited about this wonderful opportunity and new development for Vava'u to help the young people into their first or new jobs by bridging the gap between the youth, businesses and employers.
We take this opportunity to acknowledge the support which we have received from the Government of Australia and Tonga Skills. TYEE is able to expand its services to Vava'u through our valuable partnership with the Government of Australia and Tonga Skills. With their generosity and support it's enabling our vision and mission to be realised and scaled up - giving hope to our young people in preparing and empowering them to enter the workforce.
What TYEE is looking for
TYEE wants to work with partners who are willing and committed to addressing the youth employment challenges in Tonga. To improve youth employment condition in Tonga, we won't be asking you - what can we do for you? But rather, we'll ask you - what can we do together to influence and inspire others and change for impact?
At the end of the day, a job is about so much more than money. It's about one's self-worth being valued and respected. Looking after yourself, your family, and the people you love. It is also about giving back to society and paving the way for those who will follow.
When people have the self-worth of work being valued and respected - they are invested in the future. If we get it right together, TYEE believes that thousands young Tongans entering the workforce can be thousands of reasons to be optimistic about the future.
KO IA AI VAVA’U ‘OKU ‘I AI E LEA ‘OKU PEHE "TOKANGA’I ‘A VAVA’U LAHI NA’A TO".
To request a meeting or to express your interest in our work, please contact us on telephone: 25-229 or 770-6340 / 842-5259, or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow us on our social media pages on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.