If you could be anything...what will it be?
NACEW produced three brochures in a series called, 'If you could be anything...what will it be?' The brochures are aimed at Maori and Pacific women interested in a career in self employment and provide case studies of women who are currently self-employed. The three brochures in the series are targeted at women of all ages, senior high school students, and unemployed women. You can view the brochure aimed at senior high school girls and Self employed women online.
- If you could be anything... what will it be? Senior high school students [pdf 376kb] August 2006
- If you could be anything... what will it be? Self employed business women [pdf 93kb] August 2006
Senior High School Girls
Are you considering self employment as a career option?
If so, NACEW invites you to key information and services to quality choices and decisions.
NACEW - cultivating the next generation of women in enterprise
Case Study Participant Profiles
Business Psychologist Jean has been self-employed for about 15 years and now runs her own successful Auckland based business, QED services providing professional services to the commercial sector.
Business Consultant Traci is a co-owner of a Hamilton based consultancy firm THS & Associates Ltd providing professional advice in strategic, business and organisational planning to public and private sector clients throughout Aotearoa New Zealand.Traci is currently a Ministerial Appointee to NACEW and was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to business and Maori in June 2012.
Designer Tutina is an Otaki based designer whose business Native Style is about show casing and celebrating Maori and Pasifika culture and identity and expressing this through the clothes and designs they create.