The Aurora Project Internship Program offers Law, Anthropology and Social Science students and graduates the opportunity to undertake 5 – 6 week unpaid internships at Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs) and other organisations around Australia working in policy development, social justice and Indigenous affairs more generally. Internships provide an excellent opportunity for students and graduates to consider careers in these fields, while at the same time providing additional resources to organisations in need of assistance.
Top Employability Skills:
- Initiative & enterprise
Relevant Study Areas:
- Social Sciences
Opportunities for Students/Graduates:
- Vacation work/Work experience
What is it like on an Internship working with the Western Desert Lands Aboriginal Corporation? Read more…
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Making the most of a policy internship
Emily Delks, a final year BA International Relations student, is passionate about human rights, social justice and community development. Through her studies she has...
The Aurora Project
The Aurora Project was established in 2006 as a result of a report into the professional development needs of lawyers at Native Title Representative Bodies. Over the...