In the summer of 2018 I was fortunate enough to undertake a six-week internship placement through the Aurora Internship Program. I applied for an Aurora Internship through the social sciences stream after graduating from the University of Western Australia with a major in Archaeology.
I was very fortunate to be selected to be a part of the 2017/18 summer Aurora Internship Program. For five weeks I interned with the Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries – Aboriginal Culture and History Western Australia.
In Winter 2016, the Aurora Internship Program gave me the opportunity to intern at the Department of Aboriginal Affairs (DAA) in East Perth, Western Australia.
I interned at the Department of Aboriginal Affairs (DAA) in Perth for four weeks with the Community Development directorate as part of the Aurora Internship Program.
The Aurora Project Internship Program; a worthwhile and memorable experience
I applied for an Internship via the Aurora Internship Program after hearing some wonderful reviews about the Program. As a double degree Law and Behavioural Science student, I thought it would be a great way to introduce myself to the workplace.
My name is Anjali Chopra and I am a final year law student at the University of Notre Dame Australia. I applied to the Aurora Internship Program to gain experience in the area of Aboriginal affairs and to develop my research skills.
The Aurora Internship Program offers a unique way to apply one’s university education to an area of work in Indigenous affairs whilst also gaining professional experience.
In June/July 2015, I was lucky enough to undertake an internship through the Aurora Project.
For six weeks over the summer holidays of 2014 I had the opportunity to complete an internship