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TWTV: ANZ What drives generation Z?

TWTV session looking at what really matters to Generation Z about their careers today

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TWTV: ANZ What drives generation Z?

Date and time:

Thu 19 May 9:10 AM - 9:30 AM

Virtual

Nationwide (more than one region)

Free

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TWTV: ANZ What drives generation Z?

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Following on from last year's TWTV session on Graduate Programmes (https://play.stuff.co.nz/details/_6255988750001) this is an interactive panel with ANZ’s graduates where we ask them questions to uncover what really matters for their careers today.

This year, the Techweek TV sessions have been segmented into the Techweek22 themes. The sessions can be viewed from the comforts of your home office, desk, and anywhere you’ve got a device connected to the internet. You can view the sessions here. Just click play, at the time of the session kick-off. Missed a session? Don’t worry, all Techweek TV sessions will be recorded and be made available on demand for you to view at your convenience.

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Speakers

Reilly sharpe

Reilly Sharpe

Graduate, ANZ Technology

I worked retail management after high school and decided I wanted to further myself and my management capabilities by going to uni. I then went to Massey University in Auckland and did a Business degree double majoring in Economics and Management. I interned for ANZ the summer of 1019 through The Tupu Toa program and came back to ANZ as a graduate in 2021. I have rotated through a commercial vendor management team, The Project delivery space and am now a part of the Design CoE.

Rogan F

Rogan Frazer

Graduate, ANZ Technology

Rogan is a 2018 Graduate of the Bachelor of Creative Technologies. In completing this degree, he was able to explore and gain knowledge in different types of emerging technologies and tools/frameworks that can help build the future.

He engaged in many areas of interest that allowed him to expand understandings across technologies from VR (Virtual Reality) including the basics of HCI (Human Computer Interaction) in interaction of Technology and human-environment within interface design. Projects and collaborations involved programming, film, soundscapes and various other forms of multimedia in a creative environment.

Through his Degree Rogan’s Minor was in design thinking, with a focus on service design.

While as a Technology Graduate at ANZ He has been in three teams, Tools and Monitoring and Security and currently Digital and Innovation.

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