This summer I had the opportunity to gain insight into both native title anthropology and native title capacity development as an Aurora intern at South Australia Native Title Services Ltd (SANTS), experiencing and observing the everyday workings of a Native Title Service Provider (NTSP) on both
The Aurora Internship Program fosters the ideal experience in which students and graduates can work and learn in Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs) and organisations working in the Indigenous sector.
The Aurora Internship Experience: A review by Lauren Varley
After graduating my master’s degree in Anthropology and Ethnography I was excited to pursue a career within the Indigenous sector.
The Aurora Internship Program connects students and recent graduates in anthropology, law, or the social sciences more generally with various bodies that work in the field of native title as well as other organisations that deal generally with Indigenous affairs.
After graduating with my Bachelor Thesis Degree, having focused on the Mardu, a Western Desert people, I became keen on pursuing and deepening my understanding of Aboriginal culture. I applied for the Aurora Native Title Internship Program, aiming to improve my understanding of the social and po
The Aurora Internship Program places a large number of enthusiastic anthropology, social science and legal interns in Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs) and many other organisations pertaining to Indigenous affairs more broadly.
In October and November of 2014, I had the wonderful opportunity to intern at the Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation (YMAC) in Perth.
The Aurora Native Title Internship Program fosters the ideal experience in which students and graduates can work and learn in Indigenous Organisations and Native Title Representative Bodies (NTRBs).
After completing a Bachelor of Arts, I happened upon the Aurora Project whilst wondering where my major in anthropology could possibly take me in life.