In October and November of 2014, I had the wonderful opportunity to intern at the Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation (YMAC) in Perth.
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 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).
One of the most inviting reasons to study an Arts degree is the extensive range of possible career options. For this to be a fruitful journey, however, a healthy dose of self-motivation and real world experience is needed.
During the summer 13/14 round of the Aurora Native Title Internship Program, I completed two internships in both Perth and Melbourne.
Stepping into Native Title – The Aurora Project
At the completion of my university degree I was fortunate enough to be accepted by the Aurora Native Title Internship Program as an anthropology intern for the 2013/14 summer round. I was lucky to receive a place at my first preference, Native Title Services Victoria (NTSV).
In my final year of university, I began to take a serious interest in Indigenous issues, particularly native title in Australia.
I am a Bachelor of Arts (Anthropology & Archaeology) student at James Cook University. I did a 5 week Aurora Internship at the Northern Land Council, commencing in November 2013, as part of the Aurora Native Title Internship Program. .
I undertook a six week Aurora internship via the Aurora Native Title Internship Program at Community Legal Centres New South Wales (CLCNSW) under the supervision of Zachary Armytage in the summer 2013/14 round.