This summer I had the exciting opportunity to intern at Goldfields Land and Sea Council (GLSC) for four weeks as part of the Aurora Internship Program.
Prior to my time at GLSC I was unaware of how native title operates once a determination has been made by the court. I was surprised to discover that native title does not operate in its own bubble as one area of law. During my two weeks at GLSC I was also exposed to corporate law and contract
I was placed at the Goldfields Land and Sea Council (GLSC) for five weeks as part of the Aurora Internship Program summer 2016/17 round.
This winter I had the wonderful opportunity to take part in the Aurora Internship Program.
Through my winter break I was given the opportunity to work at the Goldfields Land and Sea Council (GLSC) for 5 weeks as part of the Aurora Internship Program.
This winter break I had the amazing opportunity to join the Ngadju Prescribed Body Corporation at Goldfields Land and Sea Council Aboriginal Corporation (GLSC) in Perth. I heard of the Aurora Internship Program through a friend who told me I should apply, and to my surprise, I got in!
As part of the Aurora Internship Program, I worked at the Goldfields Land and Sea Council (GLSC) for six fascinating weeks during my winter holiday.
It comes as no surprise that some of the most valuable lessons I have learnt during my nearly five years of studying law did not come from text books, but from the inspiring people I have met and skills I have picked up from practical experiences.
The Aurora Project aims to build capacity in Australian Indigenous organisations and communities by providing training, professional development, internships, placements, scholarships and other services to support staff working at Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs) and at more than 60 oth