Ever thought about doing an internship? Ever wanted the chance to do some work that would really contribute to a major social justice issue? Then maybe it’s time you checked out the Aurora Program.
During the summer 2009‐2010 break, I was fortunate to participate in a legal internship at the Cape York Land Council (CYLC). This internship, one of many around the country, was organised by the Aurora Project.
For 6 weeks across February and March 2010 I had the pleasure of undertaking a native title anthropology internship with the Cape York Land Council (CYLC) through the Aurora Internship Program. This was an invaluable experience for me which I enjoyed immensely and learnt a lot.
Throwing Light on a Dark Past of Injustice
I first discovered the Aurora Project whilst I was studying for my final semester of a Bachelor of
Spending five weeks at Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation in Perth WA
proved to be an invaluable opportunity and memorable experience. The strength of
the Aurora internship program is the introduction it provides into the workings of
An Internship with a Difference
The aim of the Aurora Project is to promote the professional development of those who seek career opportunities within the field of Native Title. This developmental goal is achieved through the various schemes offered by the Aurora Project across many disciplines.
Diversity and Experience in a NTRB
Macquarie graduate Nariman Sahukar recently undertook an ‘Aurora Project’
internship with Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation, a Native Title
Representative Body (NTRB*) in Western Australia.