RA

Name: 
Reconciliation Australia
Type: 
Other

All of the tasks set for me were interesting and provided me with insight that I feel is invaluable for my current studies and also for my future career.

Sharon Lynch, RA

My time and experience at RA was priceless and it motivated me to pursue a career in policy research.

Elijah Kamau Mwatha, RA

I learned so much about how an NGO operates behind-the-scenes, and about some of the challenges involved in pursuing an aim as complex and controversial as 'reconciliation.

Alexandra Osis, RA

Everyone I have met at RA has been passionate and driven to achieve the goals of the organisation and that attitude is contagious!

Sharon Lynch, RA

Working with Reconciliation Australia is as much about gaining a greater cultural undertanding of Aborginal and Torres Strait isldner cultures as it is about learning about policies and papers.

Elizabeth Jones, RA

The internship provided a solid grasp of the key players, the battles won, the steps taken, and the progress lost – a taste of the experiences of those who have been fighting for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander self-determination over the last two hundred years.

Joseph Finbar Piper, RA

I absolutely loved theexperience being an intern at RA, I’ve learnt so much about the Indigenous sector and the role that NGOs play in this area.

Lucy Broughton, RA

I was greatly challenged and inspired by the people I worked with. I was encouraged and engaged intellectually each day by my host organisation.

Sharon Lynch, RA

Anthropology can be a difficult area to break into, so to have the opportunity to prove myself and establish links with such a fantastic organisation was truly invaluable.

Jacinta Perry, RA

My time and experience at RA was priceless and it motivated me to pursue a career in policy research.

Elijah Mwatha, RA

Thank you - for the opportunity and the support. It really has inspired me to work harder so that I can get out of uni and kick off my career in Aboriginal affairs!

Sharon Lynch, RA

I already have a strong desire to work in Indigenous affairs, this experience only strengthened my hopes to make a change in Australia, particularly regarding education for non-Indigenous people and supporting reconciliation.

Nyssa Watson, RA

I was greatly challenged and inspired by the people I worked with. I was encouraged and engaged intellectually each day by my host organisation.

Sharon Lynch, RA

I am glad to say that at the end of my six week internship at RA, I feel that I have learnt a lot from the experience, gained valuable insight into a career I hope to one day have.

Elizabeth Jones, RA