Potential Offshore 2021 internships with the following providers
Subject to DFAT travel advice.
Our international Social Impact Internships expose you to the experience of tackling real social issues with a multidisciplinary team of other socially-minded students, learning leadership skills, being immersed within the local community, and being part of the global social change movement.
We believe that the world’s most pressing social issues can be solved using social enterprise. Our ventures aim to solve complex issues, including agriculture and food security, health, environmental sustainability, and social consulting. Through applying the core methodologies of design thinking and lean start up principles, our ventures engage local communities to provide genuine tailored solutions to real issues.
For more information please visit: https://www.projecteverest.ventures/impact-programs
Tackle a real-life consulting project for a global social enterprise in a 20 day intensive. All without leaving your couch!
20 DAYS | ONLINE | FROM JULY 2020 | $2250*
Learn and apply the principles of social impact consulting for cutting-edge tech companies to enable communities in the Aussie backyard.
2 WEEKS | QUEENSLAND, WESTERN AUSTRALIA | SUMMER 20-2021 | $5650*
Take your internship global, working alongside local communities and challenging yourself to create sustainable international development.
4, 8 OR 12 WEEKS | MALAWI, INDIA, TIMOR-LESTE, FIJI | SUMMER 2021 | $4980*
ACICIS - The Australian Consortium for ‘In-Country’ Indonesian Studies
The Australian Consortium for 'In-Country' Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) is a non-profit consortium of universities that develops and coordinates high quality, in-country study options in Indonesia.
ACICIS programs enhance the student's educational experience, and produces graduates with the ability to understand the world from a global perspective. ACICIS offers a variety of short summer and winter programs abroad. The programs are aimed at undergraduate students who have completed at least one year of study in the related discipline.
For more information about ACICIS: https://www.acicis.edu.au/universities/member/university-new-south-wales/
The ACICIS Development Studies Professional Practicum (DSPP) is suitable for senior undergraduate students, postgraduate coursework students, and early career professionals.
The DSPP runs for six weeks in Indonesia, including a two-week intensive Indonesian language study and industry-led seminars at Sanata Dharma University in Yogyakarta, followed by a four-week supervised industry placement. The program runs from early January to mid-February each year.
The ACICIS Journalism Professional Practicum (JPP) is suitable for students of journalism, media and communication studies, cadet journalists, and early career professionals.
The JPP runs for six weeks in Indonesia, including a two-week intensive Indonesian language study and industry-led seminars at Atma Jaya University, followed by a four-week supervised industry placement. The program runs from early January to mid-February each year.
The JPP provides an opportunity for students of journalism, media and communication, to gain valuable experience working in the field of media in Indonesia. Host organisations cover a wide range of media sector interests and include international news wire services, national news bureaus, national dailies, and major domestic broadcasters and radio stations.
The ACICIS Sustainable Tourism Professional Practicum Program (STPP) is a six-week study program, undertaken prior to the commencement of the Australian academic calendar year (January – February).
The program, hosted by Udayana University (UNUD) in Bali, consists of an initial two weeks of intensive Indonesian language instruction and English language lectures by local practitioners and experts in the field of sustainable tourism, followed by a four-week supervised practicum placement within a local or international tourism and hospitality company or organisation.
The program is designed to cater for students with no existing Indonesian language skills. Candidates with existing language skills will, however, be welcome.