There's a common misconception that scholarships are only for ‘straight A’ students but this is absolutely not true. Read through the list below and you'll see they're for all kinds of students, from all walks of life.
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|Toi Ohomai Secondary School Achiever Award||$1,500||05 Nov, 2021|
|Toi Ohomai Study Award||$500-$1,000||14 Jan, 2022|
|Graduate Diploma in NZ Immigration Advice Scholarship||1 year fees||14 Jan, 2022|
|Community Organisation Study Award||$500||14 Jan, 2022|
|Toi Ohomai Environmental Management Scholarship||$1,500||14 Jan, 2022|
|Toi Ohomai Howie Hinton Memorial Scholarship||$1,500||14 Jan, 2022|
|Share 2 Care Single Parent Scholarship||$2,000||14 Jan, 2022|
|Toi Ohomai Peter Bulfield Memorial Scholarship||$750||27 May, 2022|
|EzyMigrate Graduate Diploma in New Zealand Immigration Advice Scholarship||$5,000||14 Jan, 2022|
|Toi Ohomai Retention Scholarship||Each of the scholarships has a value of $3,000||04 Feb, 2022|
Other Scholarships and Funding Opportunities
|Te Ara Poutama – Maori and Pasifika Trade Training (MPTT)||Tuition fees (see course pages)||n/a|
|Targeted Training and Apprenticeships Fund (TTAF)||Tuition fees||n/a|
|Youth Guarantee||Please enquire||n/a|
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Previous Scholarship Winners
Holly Gardner’s climbing skills are paying off, earning her two Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology scholarships to use during her sports diploma studies.
Having completed her final year at Rotorua Lakes High School, the Government’s fees free policy covered Holly’s first year tertiary fees, leaving her to pocket her $5000 High Performance Sports Academy (HPSA) scholarship. She was also one of 34 Secondary School Achiever Award winners, receiving a further $2500.
Holly’s sporting and volunteering efforts helped secure the scholarships when she applied for her New Zealand Diploma in Sport, Recreation and Exercise (Level 5) course.
She first started climbing when she was 10 years old and later represented New Zealand at the 2017 Oceania Sport Climbing Championships.…