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A proactive relationship

Leading Kiwi infrastructure company Fulton Hogan is a long-time partner of Unitec and, as HR Manager Natasha Holloway explains, it’s a relationship they find beneficial in a number of ways.

MSC Consulting Group- building a solid relationship

Attending Unitec’s Engineering Connect event in 2019 led to MSC Consulting Group hiring a Unitec graduate, and they hope to develop the relationship further into the future.

Building a greater Aotearoa

Non-profit Social Enterprise TupuToa works to develop and empower Māori and Pacific tertiary students, including many from Unitec, to help them pathway into corporate roles.

Keeping their finger on the pulse

Kiwi land development and planning consultancy Cato Bolam says their partnership with Unitec enables them to ‘keep their finger on the pulse’ of current industry thinking.

A values-driven and community focused partnership

Pacific owned non-profit organisation The Fono provides accessible, affordable, quality health services to those who need it most. They say their partnership with Unitec is a win-win for both organisations.

Rising Stars at PHD Media

Through Unitec’s partnership with PHD Media, graduates are making their mark at this award-winning communications planning and media buying agency.

Archiland Architecture: A multi-faceted partnership

Dylan Huang, former Unitec student and now Director at Archiland Architecture, says the company’s relationship with Unitec is a successful and multi-faceted one.

ANZ: Helping communities thrive

As ANZ’s Business Development and Initiatives Manager Kirstie Clune explains, the company’s partnership with Unitec began as a banking relationship but has evolved into so much more.

Real-life learning at Foodstuffs

Deployment Delivery Manager at Foodstuffs, Andrew Lister partners with Unitec to provide invaluable workplace learning opportunities for students.

IBM: Helping grow IT talent

The partnership between Unitec and IBM began in 2012. For the multi-national information technology company, it’s about helping grow the IT skills they’re looking for in the marketplace.
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