My role as a Counsellor at the Papakura Family Service Centre

Sophie says she feels blessed with whānau sharing stories of their lives with her and finding strength through their self-awareness journey. The counselling service is accessible to anyone, with no limits on how many sessions, which allows her to do therapeutic work on a deeper level. Read more

From Alvy: My typical day as a Lead Professional

Alvy is a Lead Professional based at our Takanini Family Service Centre. Joining Great Potentials Foundation allows her to make a change in her community. She is enjoying the role and hopes to grow further in the social work sector. Read more

From Connor: My MATES journey at Great Potentials Foundation

Over the years, I was able to work with amazing rangatahi and remarkable mentors who have gone on to achieve great things like becoming teachers, social workers, lawyers... Read more

From Glenda: My Life in Great Potentials Foundation

Glenda has been working as a HIPPY Coordinator at Takanini Family Service Centre for over 9 years. Seeing learning, change and growth occur is what makes her day worthwhile working as the HIPPY Coordinator... Read more

Interview with John, Social Worker in School (SWiS)

Improving the relationships between schools and the families of the children I work with to help reduce barriers to children’s learning achievement makes what I do as a SWIS worthwhile... Read more