AHCWA

Name: 
Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia
Type: 
Other

This internship has expanded both my knowledge and my skill set. Now I feel confident in assessing the policy environment which influences Aboriginal health.

Freya Saich, AHCWA

Overall I believe this experience has helped further my understanding of Aboriginal health and really inspired me to want to work in this sector in the future.

Faith Hickey, AHCWA

I have learnt so much about Aboriginal health but also about myself and my capabilities

Freya Saich, AHCWA

I’ve had an awesome experience here at AHCWA and gained a lot of exposure to issues.  I feel like I have a new understanding of the health sector, and the way those policies are reflective of wider public sentiment, especially with regard to Aboriginal people and the communities they belong to.

Janelle Koh, AHCWA

I’ve had an awesome experience here at AHCWA and gained a lot of exposure to issues.  I feel like I have a new understanding of the health sector, and the way those policies are reflective of wider public sentiment, especially with regard to Aboriginal people and the communities they belong to.

Janelle Koh, AHCWA

I was delighted upon my first day, to discover that I would not only be given tasks of considerable importance and responsibility, but would also be called upon for my opinion and knowledge from my field of study. It was a very rewarding experience for me to be able to feel like I was contributing.

Nikki Drury, AHCWA

One highlight of my time at AHCWA was the ability to deliver some key economic insights into the benefits of the community-controlled health model. This was an exciting ‘real world’ opportunity that I would not have had available to me outside of an internship such as this.

Adam Keen, AHCWA