At the close of 2013 I was given an amazing opportunity to undertaken a legal internship organised through the Aurora Native Title Internship Program, which aims to promote the entering of young lawyers, anthropologists, archaeologists and social scientists into the field of native title and Indi
During the summer in 2014 I spent six weeks interning for Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation (YMAC) as a legal intern.
Challenging assumptions and exceeding expectations: my summer working in a native title representative body
Are you interested in Aboriginal affairs and native title? And have you ever wondered how you could use your legal skills beyond a law firm? If you answered yes to either of these questions, I would strongly recommend applying for the Aurora Internship Program.
Macquarie graduate Nariman Sahukar recently undertook an ‘Aurora Project’
internship with Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation, a Native Title
Representative Body (NTRB*) in Western Australia.
Over the 2015 winter break I was fortunate enough to be given the incredible opportunity of participating in the Aurora Internship Program by undertaking a legal placement at the Geraldton office of the Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation (YMAC).
During the summer of 2015 I was given the opportunity to participate in the Aurora Internship Program.
The Aurora Internship Program is an amazing opportunity to get real world experience in the indigenous sector, before (or in my case, after) you finish uni!
This winter I had the wonderful opportunity to take part in the Aurora Internship Program.
In July of 2017, I was given the opportunity to be part of The Aurora Internship Program. Aurora places a range of students and graduates from different disciplines with Indigenous sector host organisations that may lack staff or funding.