Western Desert Lands Aboriginal Corporation

My placement has been a very interesting and rewarding experience and I have no doubt that the experience will have a positive impact on my working life.​

Tom Antoniazzi, WDLAC

The internship challenges you both intellectually and culturally and forces you to confront the serious issues facing Aboriginal Australians​

Tom Antoniazzi, WDLAC

I learnt a lot about native title and the people represented in a short period of time. It gave me ideas about employment opportunities both in and outside of native title, valuable contacts, and a better understanding of what professional anthropologists actually do.

Shakara Liddelow-Hunt, WDLAC

This internship has increased my interest in the area of native title, and is definitely an area I would like to work in in the future.

Meg Green, WDLAC

The best aspect of the internship program was the insight into native title and the interaction between this sector, the TOs and the mining sector was a fantastic aspect of the internship program. 

Esther Power, WDLAC

It was an opportunity to work in a sector that I was interested in, but had no experience with. The internship allowed me to decide that native title is a field that I'd like to work in.

Shakara Liddelow-Hunt, WDLAC