Hands Up, Who’s Volunteering?

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  • I used to be on the NCHENZ committee many, many years ago then it all got a bit political and unpleasant so I left the committe and the organisation. Pleased to see it looking so healthy and positive now. It’ll be interesting to hear what you learn about the different universities. My three oldest have all opted for Canterbury where it has been incredibly easy for them to be admitted. My youngest looks like she might be headed for Otago and I’m very nervous about navigating a different system. In fact your post is a good reminder to me to pull my head out of the sand and investigate it now. If there are hoops she has to jump through best we discover it sooner rather than later so she can decide whether she wants to jump or not.

    • Ms Oh Waily

      Oh, it’s lovely to meet another committee member. 🙂
      I’m sorry to hear that it was an unpleasant experience though. I’ve been there on other committees previously, so I’ve been extremely lucky with this experience. 😀

      Canterbury definitely seem the most open option, followed by Massey, I’d say. I haven’t got further south than Canterbury and Lincoln yet. That might be tomorrow’s spare time planned out.
      I would love to hear more about your experience with Canterbury though.

      • I’ve sent you a private message via Facebook rather than clutter up your blog with a lengthy reply.

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