I was fortunate enough to complete an Aurora internship at the Aboriginal Legal Services (NSW/ACT) (ALS) Head Office this winter. The ALS is a community based organisation that acts for, and provides legal advice to, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men, women and children.
During the winter of 2018, I completed a 4 week Aurora internship in the legal branch at the Northern Land Council (NLC) in Darwin, Northern Territory. I was fortunate to be funded by Gilbert and Tobin during my internship.
The Aurora Internship Program offers a unique opportunity to network and gain legitimate hands-on experience within the Indigenous sector in a way that could not easily be achieved independently.
During the winter holiday period in 2012, I was fortunate enough to participate in a legal internship organised by the Aurora Native Title Internship Program, which is designed to introduce legal, anthropology and some social science (archaeology, cultural heritage, environmental management, huma
During the 2015 Winter break I decided to make the most of my spare time and spend it doing something constructive. This meant applying for a five-week legal internship through the Aurora Internship Program.
During the summer 13/14 round of the Aurora Native Title Internship Program, I completed two internships in both Perth and Melbourne.
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
Indigenous Australia is often talked about but rarely seen by most city folk.
I spent five weeks of my summer interning at a Native Title Representative Body (NTRB) in Perth, Western Australia, over 3000 km away from my home in Hobart via the Aurora Internship Program.