"Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?" "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to." - Lewis Carroll


  • TeensHealth - for honest, accurate information and advice about health, emotions and life
  • The Lowdown - to help you recognise and understand depression or anxiety. It's full of ideas and people who can help you get unstuck and get to a better place
  • Youthline - get health and support when you need it. Lots of information, plus access to help via phone, txt, email or live chat
  • Skylight - have you been emotionally impacted by events that have caused significant change, loss or grief in your life? This website may be the one for you right now


  • CareersNZ - search and apply for jobs online. There are guidelines for cv's and cover letters, with samples and templates. Match your interests to career paths and find out what education and training you will need
  • GivMe - Find possible funding providers for your study expenses. To access these free resources a user account must be created with an email and password. These will be the login details for the user.
  • No major drama - learn about majors for Bachelor degrees from across eight NZ universities, and then rank them based on your skills and interests
  • Maori Futuremakers - a Facebook page encouraging Maori to pursue higher levels of education, training, employment, enterprise and innovation by supporting students and whanau to make more informed decisions


  • Youthlaw - lots of information and FAQs about relationships, legal rights and responsibilities, access to welfare, and so much more. Youthlaw provides free legal services to anyone under 25
  • Commonground - to help parents, families, whanau and friends of young people have easy access to information that will help support young people to manage hard times, and enjoy positive mental health and wellbeing.

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