An investigation into the role of existing career practitioners supporting the career pathways of Pacific youth in South Auckland, unpacking the cultural, political, social, and historical landscape in playing a significantly role in youth's career decisions and aspirations.
The Australian Pacific family may differ in location and historical narrative from New Zealand, but the migrant story and the diasporic Pacific communities share similar aspirations and social norms that shape the career pathways of Australian Pacific youth.
The presentation is a journey into the evolution of Peter's aspiration to infuse Pacific indigeneity into the foundation of his career development practice BrownTale.
Peter will emphasise the Pacific community's value of collaboration, communalism, constructive interdependence and the underlying virtue of service and give an insight into the Pacific & Māori cultural competency frameworks such as Tapasā for education, Fonofale & Te whare tapa whā used by health professionals.
A career framework that draws from constructivism and narrative theories to help form a culturally responsive careers framework when working with young Pacific studentsTime: 12.00 - 1.00 pm
Information on and registration for event can be found on CDANZ website: https://cdanz.org.nz/