The Workchoice Trust was established in 1994. In 1995, it launched Workchoice Day, a programme designed to give senior secondary school students career exposure and help them make informed decisions about where they are headed with their career.
Workchoice Day is held annually and on a national basis, offering a link between New Zealand's future workforce and employers enabling students to gather knowledge first hand and share experiences of people employed in their field of interest.
Workchoice Day 2012 will be held on Tuesday 15 May with alternate events held in the following weeks for schools and companies who can not participate on the day.
The Trust is proud of its achievement of providing 138,000 school students with the opportunity of seeing the world at work over the past 18 years. Our work would not be possible without the generous support of the New Zealand business community.
To see if your school or business is registered for this year's Workchoice Day, you can visit http://www.workchoice.co.nz. You can also register your interest to participate in Workchoice Day by contacting us through the website.