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December 10, 2020
Be Update December 2020
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Welcome to our December update- the last one for 2020!
This month we’re sharing stories from two of our fantastic Employment Programme and Be. Leadership Programme participants. We’re also sending out tips for employers on how to make your recruitment process more accessible, and some really exciting news about how the upcoming America’s Cup Team is working to make this the most accessible America’s Cup ever!
We hope you enjoy reading!
Team Be. Lab
Be. Lab Talent Story Series
Welcome to our Be. Lab Talent Story series. Each month we’ll be sharing stories from outstanding individuals who have found employment through our Be. Lab Talent Shop Programmes.
This month, meet Thomas Edwards who talks about their experience with finding their dream job, with the support of our awesome Be. Lab employment experts.
Read Thomas’ full story > (Case study blog link)
Want to find your perfect job too?
If you have a health condition or access need and are looking for a career you love, we’d love to help you on your way. Get in touch to find out more about our Permanent Employment Programme.
Talk to us today > (Talent Shop link)
Calling all employers!
You might be missing out on attracting fantastic talent if your recruitment practises are not accessible for all. Don’t know where to start? That’s where we can help.
Read the blog > (Link to accessible recruitment blog)
Be. Leadership Programme update
Matt Truman, one of our Be. Leadership participants, writes about our October Be. Leadership session, and reflects on the path his own leadership journey is taking.
Read Matt’s blog > (blog link)
Last month we sadly had to postpone our final 2020 Be. Leadership session due to COVID restrictions in Auckland City. Our final Be. Leadership session will now be held in January 2021 and we will share more news about Graduation as soon as it’s available.
Be. Leadership Alumni News
To mark International Day of People with Disabilities (on 3rd December), one of our Be. Leadership alumni, Keke Brown curated a fantastic digital event, i-waengā (in-between) with Touch Compass and Auckland Live. The exhibition screened in Aotea Square on December 3rd, and is available to view online till 10th December.
Watch the short film >
America’s Cup is coming - and it’s more accessible than ever
We’re counting down the days to the opening event of the America’s Cup World Series on 17th December. We’re blown away with the team from Auckland Tourism who are going above and beyond to ensure all people are able to access the America’s Cup Village, key viewing locations, and all the info on their website, including accessibility information for visitors, and also to help businesses to ensure they are inclusive and welcoming as possible.
Find out about how ATEED is working to make the 36th America’s Cup accessible to all > (blog link)
Finally, we’d like to wish you all a wonderful summer holiday – stay well, get out and about and enjoy all our fantastic little country has to offer.
See you in 2021!