The MTFJ prides itself on being a network that consists of New Zealand's Mayors and their communities. With this collectivity comes great knowledge and experience which is what makes us the strongest and best placed group to ensure all young people are given the opportunity to fulfill their potential.
The primary role of the MTFJ is to manage and connect the national network to ensure all Mayors are updated, informed and connected to what is happening locally, regionally and nationally. The MTFJ does this through the following communication channels and resources.
Mayors are not only proud advocates for their communities, but they are also working to ensure that every young person in their respective communities has a positive pathway to training or employment. Our Youth, Our Future is an e-Newsletter which spreads the word on these various stories, case studies and initiatives to assist in sharing local wins as well as the sectors knowledge and best practice.
To view the most recent volume of Our Youth, Our Future, click here.
If you wish to receive this communication, please enquire here.
The MTFJ Website is a central location where information of what councils are doing in the Youth Transition and Employment space is kept and is available. One feature of the MTFJ website is a hub which includes a database of all 67 councils in the country and consists of the following:
This hub enables councils and other stakeholders to view information about any council and learn about what local projects and initiatives they have operating. Click here to view the MTFJ Hub.
The MTFJ Website is also a location where relevant resources, tools and information can be found to assist in work that relates to youth transition. Click here to be directed to the resources and tools page.
The MTFJ brand has been integrated into the LGNZ Communications Strategy as a result of the alignment of the two brands. The MTFJ features in the following LGNZ communications streams:
To view these communication streams, click here.
The MTFJ also has involvement at the LGNZ Conference as well as regular Zone & Sector Meetings.