One Step at a Time
NUR ATIKAH NABIHAH
Co-Founder, Head of Finance
Head of Corporate Service
Think Plus Consulting
Co-Founder, Head of External Relations
Head of IT
LYFE took form when four ( Biha, Giselle, Lei, Dianca) great women social entrepreneurs came together with an aim to contribute to NZ workforce and the economy.
“University of Auckland have given us the opportunity we needed and the knowledge we needed. It is our responsibility to ensure this opportunity provides a platform for other students and the future workforce of New Zealand. We are confident with the support from Board of Advisors will help us to further strengthen our aim and objective"
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Co-Founder, Head of HR/Admin
Co-Founder & Director
My Tribe X
GISELLE SOOSAY NATHAN
Co-Founder, Head of Legal
LYFE (Live Your Future Experience) a social enterprise organisation was establish in New Zealand as a pilot project under the University of Auckland which aims to operate as a bridge between high school students and the industry by providing career pathway for students with micro-internships by collaborating with various stakeholders from public and private sectors.
At LYFE, we believe by creating the platform for students to gain a holistic and realistic view of industry will help to mitigate the issues of the future workforce of New Zealand. of dropouts and aging population. We are embarking our journey by providing a platform for the students to avoid any indecisiveness and ensures that they are able gain the experience before being part of the New Zealand workforce and economy. We believe this will help high school students in making informed choices about their tertiary education degrees and career pathways. SASTRA is supporting as a Strategic Partner to bring the diffrence in New Zealand by working collectively with LYFE.
Executor of Merit360, Action Plan for UN's Sustainable Development Goals
Managing Director, Board of Trustees
SASTRA Education Development
To assist high school students in making informed choices about their tertiary education degrees and career pathways through the facilitation of micro-internships in the business field to enable them to get access to practical experience.