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Ngā ara tatauranga Statistical pathways

Whāia te iti kahurangi ki te tūohu koe me he maunga teitei

Seek the treasure you value most dearly: if you bow your head, let it be to a lofty mountain


These six posters show the path six young Māori have taken to establish their careers. Browse through the posters for an understanding of how they pursued their studies and careers in statistics and science guided by Māori aspirations.

Like the children of the Matariki star constellation, they are shining the way to a new dawn for others to follow.

The posters have been distributed to schools nationwide. They are also available to download and print from Available files on the right-hand side of this page.

Information on vacancies, graduate opportunities, and employment at Statistics NZ is available at careers.stats.govt.nz.

Career resources, including help in finding the right career for you, can be found at Careers NZ.

Resources for teachers are available from Census at School.


Updated 22 March 2017

Image, Ngā ara tatauranga statistical pathways: Kylie Maxwell.  Image, Ngā ara tatauranga statistical pathways: Te Aomihia Walker.  Image, Ngā ara tatauranga statistical pathways: Willy Makea.

Image, Ngā ara tatauranga statistical pathways: Fraser McKay.  Image, Ngā ara tatauranga statistical pathways: Ken Houkamau.  Image, Ngā ara tatauranga statistical pathways: Tawera Trinder.

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