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Economic integration is the basis of cultural integration into a new society.

Workplace success is the basis to reduce inequality of income and opportunity. This leads to increased economic wellbeing, which leads to better social cohesion. This will lead to overall greater wellbeing for the community and New Zealand.


Since our journey began in 2019, we've been passionately dedicated to empowering the migrant community in New Zealand, aiding their career growth and integration into society. I am happy to present our impact report of the last few years.

Impact Highlights:

  • 20 dynamic Job Seeker Boot Camps focusing on essential skills for the NZ job market.

  • Over 120 hours of personalised career consultations through our Career Clinic.

  • Expanded reach with 25 informative online webinars.

  • Engaged with over 2000 migrants, fostering professional and social growth.

  • Fostered vital partnerships to strengthen our support network.

Our commitment to building an inclusive and resilient community has never been stronger. We're proud to share the strides we've made and the lives we've touched. We look forward to an equally exciting year ahead!

Check out our full Impact Report for more on our journey towards creating a cohesive society.

A big thanks to all our partners, funders, counsellors, experts, team and community leaders for their support and guidance.



The trust will strive to help migrant workers and professionals settle into the mainstream economy and workplaces in New Zealand, by providing training, counselling and any other form of support.


We strive for and work towards these goals:

  • Creating opportunities in ethnic communities which are most affected by unemployment and under-employment


  • Address economic inequalities of income & work for people from migrant background communities by providing community led coaching, mentorship and culturally sensitive learning


  • Providing guidance and training, for settlement & success in the New Zealand work places and corporate environment


  • Remove barriers for ethnic people, for access to better employment​


  • Help in improving New Zealand’s overall social cohesion and inclusiveness, by supporting established and emerging ethnic communities to participate in local economy and avail better job opportunities

  • Aim to improve economic wellbeing of migrants, which can directly impact - labour force participation

  • Provide training to existing migrants workers and professionals to excel in their field. 

  • Undertake seminars with professionals from various fields, to make ethnic people aware of the various job opportunities, career paths, education & training opportunities, up-skilling opportunities, etc. available in New Zealand.


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