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Internship Program

Are you interested in a McCusker Centre for Citizenship internship? Both undergraduate and postgraduate students can apply!

Please complete the application form below.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at info@mccuskercentre.uwa.edu.au.

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1. Please enter your contact information
2. Which faculty are you from?
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Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts
Arts
Business School
Education
Engineering, Computing and Mathematics
Law
Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
School of Indigenous Studies
Science
Other (please specify)
3. What level are you studying at?
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Masters
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Other (please specify)
4. What is your course of study?
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5. Please list any degrees or certificates you have already completed
6. I am undertaking this internship for academic credit (see question 14)
Choose Yes/No
Yes
No
7. Describe your experience in engaging in your communities and social issues more broadly (eg, have you undertaken volunteering anywhere or done a service learning unit before?)
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8. What do you think you can bring and contribute to these organisations and their projects?
9. Which of the following areas are of most INTEREST to you?
Choose first area of interest
Research and Policy
Community engagement
Project scoping and management and organisational development
Event management
IT
Finance and accounting
Arts (music, writing, visual arts)
Comms, Marketing and Social Media
Measuring impact
Choose second area of interest
Research and Policy
Community engagement
Project scoping and management and organisational development
Event management
IT
Finance and accounting
Arts (music, writing, visual arts)
Comms, Marketing and Social Media
Measuring impact
Choose third area of interest
Research and Policy
Community engagement
Project scoping and management and organisational development
Event management
IT
Finance and accounting
Arts (music, writing, visual arts)
Comms, Marketing and Social Media
Measuring impact
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10. Which of the following community areas most interests you?
Choose first community area
Law
Aboriginal communities
Older People
Social and community inclusion and support
Disability
Health and Mental Health
Youth
Culturally and linguistically diverse communities
Poverty and Homelessness
Early years/working with children
Gender
Animals and the environment
Choose second community area
Law
Aboriginal communities
Older People
Social and community inclusion and support
Disability
Health and Mental Health
Youth
Culturally and linguistically diverse communities
Poverty and Homelessness
Early years/working with children
Gender
Animals and the environment
Choose third community area
Law
Aboriginal communities
Older People
Social and community inclusion and support
Disability
Health and Mental Health
Youth
Culturally and linguistically diverse communities
Poverty and Homelessness
Early years/working with children
Gender
Animals and the environment
11. What does being an active citizen mean for you?
12. Where did you hear about the McCusker Centre for Citizenship?
13. Most of our internships take place locally, however a few are available regionally and interstate. Are you able to travel for an internship?
Choose an option
Yes - Regionally
Yes - Interstate
Yes - Both
No - Perth only
14. Upload your CV. Please save your CV as first name.last name. (.pdf, .doc or .docx)
15. Have you obtained your faculty approval form? All applicants must submit a faculty approval form regardless of whether you are seeking academic credit. Students who are not enrolled for credit will receive transcript recognition. Upload below if you have an approval form. If not, please email toinfo@mccuskercentre.uwa.edu.au once received.
16. Do you have a valid Working with Children Check?
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No
17. Do you have a valid Police Clearance?
Choose Yes/No
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About the Program

The McCusker Centre for Citizenship offers structured, quality internships with not for profit, community and government organisations locally, regionally and globally.

Internships are open to all currently enrolled UWA students - undergraduate and postgraduate.

Students will be matched based on your application and the internship opportunities available.

Please note, organisations often require you to have a working with children check and a police check. If you are interested in working with children or youth, it is therefore advisable to obtain these checks before you undertake your internship.


Successful undergraduate and postgraduate applicants may earn academic credit towards their degree when completing an internship.

Undergraduate - SVLG1002. Postgraduate - SVLG5001 (6 points) Postgraduate - SVLG5002 (12 points)

*Please note, your faculty must approve your enrolment.

Please check with your course allocated office for further information.

For more information about the internships, please check askUWA.


SEE WHAT OUR INTERNS HAD TO SAY

You can listen to more of what our interns had to say here.


ARE YOU AN ORGANISATION?

If your organisation is interested in becoming a partner with the McCusker Centre for Citizenship internship program, please click here for more information.


How to Apply

Students will be matched based on your application and the internship opportunities available.

  1. View the list of internships on offer below
  2. Complete the online application form above (please use your student email address when applying)
  3. Download the relevant faculty approval form below and send to internships@mccuskercentre.uwa.edu.au by the application closing date
  4. Organisations often require you to have a working with children check and a police check. If you are interested in working with children or youth, it is therefore advisable to obtain these checks before you undertake your internship.

Click here to download the Undergraduate faculty approval form (submit to your faculty office for approval)

Click here to download the Postgraduate faculty approval form (submit to your faculty office for approval)

Click here to download the HDR students’ approval form (submit to your research supervisor for approval)


Summer Internships - Application Guidance & Timelines

Summer internships opportunities will be published on our website in September. These opportunities are to be undertaken between November and February 2018.

In order to prepare your application and make sure you can attend the required sessions for one of these internships, please review the timeline below (these dates may be subject to change but are a good guide):

  • Summer Internship Applications Open - 11th September 2017
  • Internship Information Session - 1pm 10th October 2017 at Love House Slides available here
  • Summer Internships Application Deadline - 27th October 2017
  • Induction Session - 21st November 2017
  • Cultural Awareness Training - 23rd November 2017

Semester 1 2018 - Application Guidance & Timelines

Semester 1 internship opportunities will be published on our website in November. These opportunities are to be undertaken between March and June 2018.

In order to prepare your application and make sure you can attend the required sessions for one of these internships, please review the timeline below (these dates may be subject to change but are a good guide):

  • Semester 1 Internship Applications Open - 6th November 2017
  • Internship Information Session - 1pm, 10th October 2017 at Love House Slides available here
  • Semester 1 Internships Application Deadline - 22nd January 2018
  • Induction Session - 27 February 2018
  • Cultural Awareness Training - TBC

Please do not contact organisations directly regarding individual internships.

If you have any questions about the internship program, please check askUWA,here, or get in touch with us via email: info@mccuskercentre.uwa.edu.au.



Internship Opportunities

All organisations 
SUMMER - AVIVO - Project Co-ordinator (Reconciliation Action Plan) Intern

Avivo works with people in the areas of aged care, disability and mental health. Our vision is people living as valued citizens, making their own decisions, developing their abilities and growing in their relationships. The intern role will assist the Reconciliation Action Plan Reference Group and Working Group with its work and undertake research. The intern will require a current police check.

ROLE DESCRIPTION Click here
LOCATION Osborne Park
SUMMER - AHCWA - Grants and Submissions intern

AHCWA is the peak body for the 22 Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs) in Western Australia. We act as a forum to lead the development of Aboriginal Health policy, to influence and monitor performance across the health sector, to advocate for and support community development and capacity building in Aboriginal Communities. The intern will work with the Grants and Submissions Officer to develop business cases to be used within applications for funding submitted by AHCWA and our member services.

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - Consumer Credit Legal Service (WA) - Social Media Intern

The Consumer Credit Legal Service of WA provides legal advice and representation to consumers in WA in the areas of credit, banking and finance. CCLSWA are seeking an intern to develop a social media strategy to enhance awareness of its services and activities, and to develop a planned and coordinated approach to the social media platforms it uses.

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - Midway - Business implementation intern (training & induction)

Midway Community Care’s vision is to build stronger community partnerships which are inclusive and welcoming for people with disabilities. MCC is a caring, highly respected provider of quality disability services in the Peel region.
MCC is seeking an intern to assist the organisation design an in-house on-line training tool that can support our desire to create great lives for people with disabilities Police check required

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LOCATION Mandurah
SUMMER - WACOSS - Policy for a Purpose! Research intern

WACOSS is the leading peak body for the WA NFP community services sector in WA. WACOSS is seeking an intern with an interest in research and with good analytical and problem solving skills to support the work of the WACOSS Children’s Policy Advisory Council, including research, proposal and report writing.

ROLE DESCRIPTION Click here
LOCATION West Perth
SUMMER - The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award - Marketing and Communications Intern (Communications)

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a leading structured (non-formal education) youth development program, empowering all young Australians between age 14 to 25 to explore their full potential regardless of their location or circumstance. The Duke of Edinburgh Award in WA is seeking a Marketing and Communications Officer to develop a new communications process for our 3 businesses, including document development and editing, creation of databases and registers. Police Check Required

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - The Organ Donation and Transplant Foundation of WA - Community Fundraising and Events Intern

The Organ Donation and Transplant Foundation of WA provides community education, promotion, support and advocacy on all aspects of organ and tissue donation, serving to enhance the lives of those West Australians in need of organ and tissue donation and their families. The Community Fundraising Coordinator will play an instrumental role in coordinating community fundraising events, developing community partnerships, creating awareness campaigns, and implementing new and existing events. The role requires a current police check.

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - Australia Day WA - Events & Projects Officer

Australia Day WA’s purpose is to inspire active citizenship. We deliver programs and initiatives that acknowledge our past, rejoice in the present and build confidence in the future so we may all proudly celebrate our country and our people. The project intern (events) will assist in delivering several Australian values and Australia Day focussed events as well as assisting with the new website. This is an exciting time for the organisation and a great time for an intern to be involved in such an important developmental stage for Australia Day WA and also be involved in delivering state-wide Australia Day initiatives.

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - UnitingCare West - Research Volunteer Impact Intern

The mission of UnitingCare West is to work with People and Communities so those most in need can belong and thrive. UnitingCare West is looking for an intern with an interest in impact measurement! The intern will assist the organisation with measuring the impact of volunteer engagement: UnitingCare West has over 400 volunteers who have supported the organisation each year.
Police Check Required

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - YACWA - Shout Out project intern

The Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia (YACWA) coordinates the Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network of Western Australia (MYAN WA) which runs the Shout Out project: a public speaking bureau for young people aged 18 to 25 from refugee and migrant backgrounds. MYAN WA has a promotional plan developed, and the intern role will work collaboratively with MYAN WA and YACWA staff to begin to implement the Shout Out promotional plan.

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - State Library of Western Australia - Literacy Alliance Research intern

The State Library of Western Australia's vision is to be one of the world’s great libraries. It is committed to supporting and enhancing literacy attainment for all Western Australians. The Literacy Alliance Researcher intern will assist in conducting research to support the work of the WA Literacy Alliance in the implementation of the State Library of Western Australia’s Literacy Strategy “Literacy Matters”.

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - COLAB - Communication Strategy intern

COLAB is a Perth-based not for profit that provides a market place for engineers and architects to find community projects in need of their pro bono services. We are looking for a passionate marketing and communications intern who shares the collaborative spirt of COLAB and can develop and implement a communication/marketing campaign, as well as carry out ongoing communication/marketing activities.

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LOCATION Nedlands
SUMMER - Parkerville - Case Worker Intern

Parkerville Children and Youth Care protects and cares for the most vulnerable children and youth in our community through the provision of a therapeutic environment that utilises a range of professional services. Our core business remains our response to the high needs child. Many of these children and youth have suffered chronic histories of multiple abuse and display a range of trauma-related behaviours. This role will be working with the events and marketing team in philanthropic fundraising.

__Police Check Required Working with Children Check Required

Note: Must have a drivers license

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LOCATION Mirrabooka
SUMMER - Parkerville - Early Years Support Intern (2 positions)

Parkerville Children and Youth Care protects and cares for the most vulnerable children and youth in our community through the provision of a therapeutic environment that utilises a range of professional services. Our core business remains our response to the high needs child. Many of these children and youth have suffered chronic histories of multiple abuse and display a range of trauma-related behaviours. This role will be working with children and families from an early intervention prevention and community development perspective.

Police Check Required Working with Children Check Required

ROLE DESCRIPTION Click here
LOCATION Armadale
SUMMER - Save the Children - Youth Worker - Intern (Kununurra)

Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. Save the Children has an opportunity for an intern to work with children in Kununurra during their School Holiday Program in 2016.

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LOCATION Kununurra
SUMMER - Youth Futures WA - Public Relations Intern

Youth Futures believe that all young people matter, regardless of the circumstances they find themselves in. Youth Futures have been empowering young people for thirty years, however our organisation has traditionally focussed its efforts on service delivery rather than self-promotion or brand awareness. The intern role will work to raise the profile of Youth Futures and its work in the community. The intern will require a current Working With Children check and police clearance.

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LOCATION Joondalup/ Perth
SUMMER - Befriend - Marketing and Communications Intern

Befriend Inc is a Perth-based social enterprise that is breaking down the social barriers that get in the way of making diverse friendships happen. We are a small organisation made up of five staff members and lots of volunteers who work together to provide opportunities for people to connect all around Perth.
We are looking for a passionate marketing and communications intern who shares the inclusive values of Befriend and can implement a marketing campaign, as well as carry out ongoing marketing activity for the organisation. The ideal person will be someone with excellent interpersonal, communication, and social media skills, as well as enthusiasm for helping others. The intern will require a current police check.

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - Midway - Social Media intern

Midway Community Care’s vision is to build stronger community partnerships which are inclusive and welcoming for people with disabilities. MCC is a caring, highly respected provider of quality disability services in the Peel region.
MCC is seeking an intern to review its digital media activity, including the current website, to ensure that it is relevant for contemporary service delivery. Police check required

ROLE DESCRIPTION Click here
LOCATION Mandurah
SUMMER - Zonta House Refuge Association - IT project intern 

Zonta House Refuge Association provides support services to women who have experienced family and domestic violence, homelessness and other crises, to enable them to have the opportunity to make safe and sustainable life choices. Zonta House is the process of deploying a new database, and looking for an intern to assist with the transition of data, staff training and setup in house. Police Check Required

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - Oxfam Australia - Research Assistant Intern (Straight Talk)

Oxfam is an international confederation networked together in more than 90 countries, as part of a global movement for change, to build a future free from the injustice of poverty. Oxfam Australia is working alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their organisations to develop solutions and innovative answers to the problems they face. The intern role in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Program will conduct an environmental scan and desktop research of Indigenous men’s programs in Australia to inform the development of an Indigenous men’s program.

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LOCATION Melbourne
SUMMER - The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award - Marketing and Communications Intern (Branding)

The Duke of Edinburgh Award is a leading structured (non-formal education) youth development program, empowering all young Australians between age 14 to 25 to explore their full potential regardless of their location or circumstance. The Duke of Edinburgh Award in WA is seeking a Marketing and Communications Officer to develop new branding for our new business name, including communications and development and editing of documents.
Police Check Required

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - Centre for Social Impact - Marketing and Events Intern

The Centre for Social Impact UWA is a unit within the UWA Business School that delivers research, education, and public engagement that directly and indirectly generates positive social impact and systems change. As Marketing & Events Officer, you work with the engagement team and use your strong writing and marketing skills, as well as creativity and passion, to support the successful delivery of a range of activities and events.

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LOCATION Crawley
SUMMER - Camp Kulin - Volunteer Recruitment Co-ordinator Intern

Camp Kulin is located in the WA Wheatbelt. We run general camp programs as well as our nationally recognised scholarship camp program, which works with children affected by childhood trauma such as domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse or torture/trauma situations in their home countries. Camp Kulin is looking for an intern to raise awareness of the volunteer opportunities available with Camp Kulin, and increase the number of applicants for volunteer positions. The intern role requires a valid Working with Children check and police check.

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LOCATION Kulin
SUMMER - Oxfam Australia - Research Assistant Intern (First Nations)

Oxfam is an international confederation networked together in more than 90 countries, as part of a global movement for change, to build a future free from the injustice of poverty. Oxfam Australia is working alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their organisations to develop solutions and innovative answers to the problems they face. The intern role in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Program will capture, share and integrate knowledge about Oxfam and links to Indigenous peoples across the globe to inform Oxfam’s Indigenous program work and the proposed 2019 Oxfam Australia Indigenous Peoples Forum.

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LOCATION Melbourne
SUMMER - Oxfam Australia - Close the Gap Intern – Communications

Oxfam plays a lead role in coordinating and implementing the Close the Gap campaign including running National Close the Gap Day (NCTGD). This is a large and complex project and involves producing high quality campaign and advocacy materials to engage large numbers of the public. The intern will work with Oxfam’s Campaign Lead to update and develop new campaign collateral for print and digital distribution.

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LOCATION Sydney
SUMMER - Save the Children - Youth Worker - Intern

Established in 1947, Save the Children is the world's leading independent organisation for children. Save the Children has an opportunity for an intern to work with young people in the Armadale area. The intern will work with the Youth Engagement Programs which operate on a Friday and Saturday nights, as well as being involved in case management programs.

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LOCATION Armadale
SUMMER - Social Reinvestment WA - Media and Communications intern

Social Reinvestment WA's mission is to end the overrepresentation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in custody in Western Australia. SRWA’s core principles include healthy families, safe communities and smart justice. SRWA is looking for a Media and Communications intern to manage SRWA’s social media portfolio, sharing relevant news stories, assisting with press releases, and learn how to use the online graphic design tool CANVA. Police check required

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - Perth City Farm - Events and Marketing Intern

Perth City Farm is a community of people living connected, sustainable lives. We are a Western Australian icon for environmental sustainability and community engagement; running an ethical farm garden and nursery, educational programs for adults and children, and events. We are looking for a passionate marketing intern who shares the inclusive and environmental values of Perth City Farm, and can plan and implement a successful marketing strategy that covers the variety of activities and services we have on offer. The ideal person will be someone with excellent interpersonal, communication, social media and written skills, and has enthusiasm for helping Perth City Farm develop a more informative, attractive and engaging online presence.

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - YACWA - History Project Officer

The Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia (YACWA) is the peak non-government youth organisation in WA. We operate primarily as a human rights organisation that seeks to address the exclusion of young people in a rapidly changing society. The History project intern will work with YACWA to undertake face to face and desktop research to capture key milestones in YACWA and the youth sector’s history, and depict the story in a way that it can be easily understood including on YACWA website.

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - Connecting Community for Kids - Project Officer Intern

Connecting Community for Kids is a collective impact initiative developed to empower parents, children and professionals in the communities of Cockburn and Kwinana to improve childhood outcomes. Working collaboratively with Government agencies, service providers and community groups; we aim to make a lasting difference in the lives of children pre-birth to eight and their families. The project officer role is varied and will work across several priority areas identified by our community including research into existing peer support parenting programmes, developing evaluation measures with the Telethon Kids Institute, supporting working groups, and assisting with grant applications.

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LOCATION Medina
SUMMER - AVIVO - Project Co-ordinator (Diversity) Intern

Avivo works with people in the areas of aged care, disability and mental health. Our vision is people living as valued citizens, making their own decisions, developing their abilities and growing in their relationships. The intern role will assist the recently formed Diversity Reference Group with its work and undertake research. The intern will require a current police check.

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LOCATION Osborne Park
SUMMER - Fremantle Foundation - Operations Assistant Intern

The Fremantle Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit community foundation whose central role is to encourage philanthropic giving. We provide specialist fund management and grant making expertise to individuals, families and groups and wanting to contribute to causes they care about. The Operations Assistant will assist with the ongoing operations and administration of the Fremantle Foundation and Impact100 Fremantle, with a specific focus on marketing and communications.

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LOCATION Fremantle
SUMMER - Ability Centre - Research Assistant (Thermoregulation in Seating Project)

The Ability Centre’s purpose is to support people with disability and their families through a range of services, supports and community awareness, maintaining a specialty in cerebral palsy. The intern will work with the Centre’s Research Coordinator and Senior Occupational Therapist to evaluate the quality and effectiveness of thermoregulatory seating covers for wheelchair users. Police check required

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - St Patrick’s Community Support Centre - Marketing and Communications Intern

St Patricks Community Support Centre in Fremantle provides immediate and holistic care for the homeless, those at risk of being homeless and the disadvantaged in Fremantle and surrounding suburbs. They are looking for an intern who will provide some assistance for their annual charity events. The role requires the intern to have a current police check.

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LOCATION Fremantle
SUMMER - Social Reinvestment WA - Policy & research intern

Social Reinvestment WA's mission is to end the overrepresentation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in custody in Western Australia. SRWA’s core principles include healthy families, safe communities and smart justice. SRWA is looking for a Policy Intern to support SRWA develop position papers, grant writing, and support the campaign team with advocacy and lobbying work. Police check required

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LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - Walk Free - Research Assistant Intern

The Walk Free Foundation is an international human rights organisation with a mission to end modern slavery in our generation. The Foundation is looking for a research assistant to support the development of the Global Slavery Index.

ROLE DESCRIPTION Click here
LOCATION Perth
SUMMER - COLAB - Website Development intern

COLAB is a Perth-based not for profit that provides a market place for engineers and architects to find community projects in need of their pro bono services. We are looking for a passionate web designer intern who shares the collaborative spirt of COLAB and can upgrade our website.

ROLE DESCRIPTION Click here
LOCATION Nedlands
SUMMER - Telethon Kids Institute - Research Intern, Collaborate for Kids (CoLab)

The early years - from pregnancy to the start of school - set the foundation for a child's future wellbeing and success. We need to combine efforts and share knowledge to ensure every Australian child gets the best possible start in life. CoLab is committed to disseminating research about what works best to support young children’s development and learning.

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LOCATION Subiaco
SUMMER - Enable WA - Scoping Project Intern

The vision of Enable is people living the life of their choice. Enable South West’s mission is working together to provide people with quality, individualised support of their choice at home and in the community. They are looking for a Project Intern to explore the potential for Enable WA to establish an intentional community within the Bunbury Region to benefit both clients and the broader community.

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LOCATION Bunbury/ Perth
SUMMER - Street Law Centre - Communications and Multimedia Intern

Street Law Centre’s mission is to provide free, specialist legal services for people experiencing or at risk of homelessness. We are committed to ensuring our legal services are accessible to provide access to justice for those who are homeless or at risk, and the work is often considered generalist due to the nature of the legal issues we assist clients with. We are looking for an intern to assist in raising the Centre’s public profile, with the view to demonstrate the impact of the work we do, highlight the issues our clients face and contribute to a marketing plan that is sustainable with our resources.

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LOCATION East Perth
SUMMER - WANADA - Research Assistant

The Western Australian Network of Alcohol and other Drug Agencies (WANADA) works to advance the health, dignity and social justice of people who use drugs in Western Australia. The intern role will support the review and analysis of data to assist in developing a comprehensive evaluation of WASUA’s new community-based model of offering Hepatitis C treatment and care to consumers. The intern will need a current police check.

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LOCATION Perth
Sarah McCauley
Current UWA Student
Intern at Southcare

"The McCusker Centre for Citizenship provided an opportunity to explore unchartered territory and experience firsthand the inspiring work, people, and mission of the community and not-for-profit sector. I would recommend this opportunity to any UWA student. You might find a new passion or direction for your future career. I know I did."

Ross Wortham
CEO
Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia

“Our organisation and others have been blown away by the quality and professionalism of the interns and we benefit from the different viewpoints they bring. I'm now very excited by the collective impact that potentially hundreds of these interns will have on the community service sector over the coming years, helping to build real generational change.”

Rebecca Ball
Executive Director
Office of Multicultural Interests

"There’s a great need for young people to contribute to internships like these. They bring contemporary thinking, they reflect the views of not only their own personal views but the views of their peers and that’s very important... to be embedding that type of thinking ..."