I undertook an Aurora Internship at Queensland South Native Title Services (QSNTS) in Brisbane following numerous positive recommendations of the program from fellow university students. My experience was nothing but positive, eye opening and hugely interesting.
In the June/July Holidays, I undertook a placement at Queensland South Native Title Services (QSNTS) via the Aurora Internship Program - an organisation devoted to letting students and graduates experience (and work in) organisations with an Indigenous focus.
I was selected to participate in the Aurora Internship Program during the summer 2017/18 round, and was placed at Queensland South Native Title Services (QSNTS) in Brisbane as a legal intern.
I applied for the Aurora Internship Program after hearing about it from a former intern. The opportunity immediately sounded like a great experience.
My enthusiasm to apply for another internship through the Aurora Internship Program perhaps came immediately after I completed my first internship with Barengi Gadjin Land Council as I felt I had experienced more and in some ways learnt more about the social, political, physical and emotional env
I did a 6 week Anthropology internship with QSNTS in Brisbane as part of the Aurora Internship Program. Although I have lived most of my life in a community with a large Indigenous population and am broadly acquainted with the post settlement history and issues faced by Indigenous Australians, t
The Aurora Internship Experience: A review by Lauren Varley
For anthropology students interested in working in the field of native title in Australia, an Aurora internship via the Aurora Native Title Internship Program is essential.
After reading the book ‘The Indomitable Miss Pink’ in preparation for my internship at Olive Pink Botanic Gardens, I knew that I was in for an interesting experience!
The Aurora Project provides an amazing opportunity to get involved in native title work but also more broadly in Indigenous affairs and social justice.