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Writing a CV? Don’t be tempted to embellish your experience

A few extra skills here, a sneaky promotion there - embellishing one's CV has almost become part of the process of putting the finishing touches on the professional document.

Whanganui woman pursues career that endorses te Ao Maori

In a bid to endorse Māori culture in the media, former Whanganui Kokohuia student, Leigh-Marama McLachlan, pursued a career in broadcast journalism and landed a job with Radio New Zealand.

Education

Why Some Students Fail And Other Students Succeed

Angela Lee Duckworth, a teacher turned psychologist, reveals there's one significant predictor of success...What do you think it is?

Training

Uni students take up iwi internship with Te Tatau o Te...

Two Victoria University of Wellington students are the first in the country to undertake an iwi internship at Te Tatau o Te Arawa.

Apprentice gears up for national challenge

He didn't know what he wanted to do after school but now he's pitting his skills against New Zealand's top electrical apprentices

Apprentices needed

Students spent the day being introduced to the wide variety of opportunities available in the industry.

Wintec research analyses foreign drivers

Wintec is working on the problem of the best way to prevent accidents involving foreign drivers, who are unfamiliar with our conditions.

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Writing a CV? Don’t be tempted to embellish your experience

A few extra skills here, a sneaky promotion there - embellishing one's CV has almost become part of the process of putting the finishing touches on the professional document.