“There are four things that Millennials want: meaningful connections, positive well-being, engagement with community and growth opportunities,” says Major.
“Activist Gemma Major who co-founded Seed Waikato, a group designed to connect young adults – is no stranger to the issue.”
“Imagine what might happen if you did have a really vibrant, energetic, inspired, connected and growing collective of young people? It just is the most exciting thing.”
Dozens of young adults will take Hamilton City Council to the task on its 10-year-plan.
Seed Waikato is a newly established not-for-profit organisation with a dream to see young people thrive in the Waikato.
Five University of Waikato alumni launched Seed Waikato last year, a social enterprise designed to help young people in the Waikato thrive.
Seed Waikato aims to unite young people under a common vision.
Michaela Latimer, Miguel Raman, and Gemma Major talked with Gary Farrow on his podcast, The Coffee Room, to talk about the Seed Waikato movement.
Guest speakers Gemma Slack and Ken Yew informed Rotary Hamilton East about “Seed Waikato”.
A new youth-focussed service has gained a central government grant through its partnership with Hamilton City Council.