Aurora Internship Program – Summer 2016/2017

The Aurora Internship Program continues to place law, anthropology and other social science (namely archaeology, cultural heritage, environmental management, human geography, history and sociology) students and graduates from Australian universities at Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs), Prescribed Bodies Corporates (PBCs) and at other organisations involved in policy development, research and social justice, all working to support the broader Indigenous sector Australia-wide. The Program introduces candidates to career opportunities in native title and the Indigenous sector and at the same time provides assistance to under-resourced and over-worked organisations. 

The Program places Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous students and graduates (including mature aged) in full-time unpaid 4 to 6 week internships, at over 120 organisations Australia-wide, all with an Indigenous focus, working in the area of:

  • Native title
  • Land rights
  • Policy development
  • Advocacy
  • Social justice
  • Social welfare
  • Human rights
  • Community development
  • Environmental policy.

See details here…

Eligibility for Course Credit

Undergraduate

1. The students should meet the eligibility criteria to enrol in ATS3129 Arts Internship (12CP) unit (completed 96 CP and have a distinction average)

2. Check with Arts Student services if you have room in your degree for this unit.

Application Process

Applications for the summer 2016/17 round of internships will be open from Monday 1st August through Friday 26th August 2016.

Applications and more information: http://auroraproject.com.au/about-applying-internship