HeyFuture!
info session

Join us via Zoom to hear all about the programme; what it is, meet the team behind it, success stories from our past participants, and figure out if HeyFuture is the next step for you (or your 18-22 year old).

Wednesday 20th January, 6-7pm
Online via Zoom

This info session is designed for

  • 18-22 year olds who are unsure about their next step, perhaps you’re finishing school, or you’ve tried a few things that haven’t worked out.
  • Parents, guardians and whānau of 18-22 year olds who want to help them figure out who they are and where they’re going.
  • Those who are interested in signing up for our HeyFuture! programme in February 2021 (or their parents).

How the session will run

  • We’ll start with a quick intro on the programme from our facilitator
  • We’ll cover the structure of the course, some of the speakers, collaborators and businesses 
  • How to apply, course cost and scholarships available
  • Frequently asked questions
  • Open up to questions

Meet the team

Bex Taylor, Facilitator for HeyFuture!
Fee Webby, GM at The Mind Lab
Rich Rowley, Innovation Advisor at Tech Futures Lab

Key event details

  • Information session for the HeyFuture! programme
  • Wednesday 20th January, 6-7pm
  • Via Zoom

What is HeyFuture!?

The Mind Lab’s HeyFuture! programme is a 2-week programme to establish work-ready skills and real-life job opportunities for 18-22 year olds who haven’t found their place in the world… yet.

A range of speakers, workshops and a real-life industry project will build skills, confidence and real-life experience across a range of areas including problem-solving collaboration, creativity, curiosity, perseverance and ‘getting stuff done’.

Participants will get the opportunity to meet people from amazing NZ and international companies who are looking to hire work-ready young people – while tackling some of the big lofty questions of today. After two weeks, you’ll be set with a bunch of new skills, connections and a clear idea about what to do next.

Register now