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Internship Application Form

Please note that the Internship Program considers applications from students who:

  • Are enrolled as a current UWA student;
  • Have a "Good Standing" status and Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of at least 50 (available on your academic transcript); and
  • Will be based in Western Australia by the commencement of the internship.

Please do not use AI software in your application. During your assessment we use AI detection software and the use of AI might impact negatively on your ranking.

Please include majors/specialisations where possible, for example: "Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - Political Science & International Relations"

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Please note this unit will form part of your degree and it is assumed that you confirmed your enrolment with your student office.

What draws you to this particular program? What you would bring to an internship in the community? What are your past experiences in service to the community? What do you hope to achieve through an internship?

Please use your own words and refrain from using Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology as we would like to understand your motivation to undertake this internship.

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Please note that by choosing areas, there is not a guarantee that you will be matched with a role of this nature.

Please note that by choosing tasks, there is not a guarantee that you will be matched with a role of this nature.

Please note that by indicating experience, there is not a guarantee that you will be matched with a role of this nature.

Please respond as accurately as possible to the following questions, which are included to help us measure the impact of our programs and are asked again in post-internship surveys.

Please note financial support is available for interns who are required to travel.

Our internship program includes a range of roles; some are in offices, some are more physical, some involve travel. Many of our internships involve learning about difficult social issues and working with disadvantaged communities. This work may be confronting and challenging. The Internships Team and the University are here to support you.

This information will be kept confidential.

You cannot progress you application until you upload your resume. This document will be forwarded upon request (if matched) to your host organisation. For tips on writing resumes, please visit Career Hub.

Please note this is not part of the assessment process, but supports the process matching suitable applicants to roles.

You can read the requirements here.

Internship Requirements+

Interns are selected on a competitive basis and are matched to suitable roles. Students undertake their internship through enrolment in a UWA McCusker Centre for Citizenship Internship unit. To be considered in the matching process, applicants confirm they understand and agree to the terms and conditions below.

Active Engagement: I will fully engage with the Internships unit, observe assessments and attend all compulsory sessions, including the introductory sessions. I understand that any absence will require Special Consideration.

Course Compatibility: I have verified that I have space for a 6-point elective unit within my course or I will complete the unit as a Micro-credential with the UWA+ Program.

Seminar attendance: I will attend the Introduction to Active Citizenship seminar, the Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Training and Seminar 3, and I will book the session through CAS after my placement is confirmed.

Timely Communication: I commit to promptly responding to communication from the McCusker Centre, typically via student email, phone, or MS Teams.

Program Purpose: I understand that the McCusker Centre Internship Program emphasises service to the community and differs from work experience or Work Integrated Learning. Please review our purpose on the website.

Service Hours: I will complete 100 hours of community service with the appointed organisation, to the best of my abilities.

Competitive Nature: I acknowledge the program's competitive nature and that some applications might not be successful.

Role Acceptance: If offered a role and I decline, I understand I might not receive another offer in this round.

Program requirements are detailed in the Handbook and the Internship Guide for Students. Once enrolled, this guide and LMS are your primary sources of unit information and internship progress.

Eligibility Requirements+

To be eligible for our program, you must:

  • Be a currently enrolled UWA student
  • Be of good standing with a Weighted Average Mark (WAM) of 50 or above
  • Have good interpersonal skills
  • Have good written and spoken communication skills

Postgraduate/Honours students only

Be eligible via Student Advising Office approval (you will need to request this at the point of application, see application form for details)

How to Apply+

  1. Review your study plan and consider your other commitments to ensure that you can undertake an internship as part of your course.
  2. Read the Internship Guide for Students to familiarise yourself with the program requirements.
  3. View the list of internships on offer below. This will give you an idea of the types of roles we have available this round. However, please note your application is for the program, not a specific role.
  4. Consider if you will need a Working with Children Check and/or a National Police Clearance. Be prepared to obtain these before starting your internship, including covering any associated expenses.
  5. Review the Dates and Deadlines section (these dates may be subject to change but are a good guide).
  6. Seek the additional information you may need. Check askUWA, or email the Internships Team.
  7. Prepare a current CV, for which UWA Careers and Employability can assist you. You can find the Résumé Factsheet here.
  8. Submit your application via our webform above. Please answer all questions carefully - it is a good idea to draft and workshop answers first (e.g. in Word), then copy them into the application form. Strong applications will be well written, provide good detail about your skills and experiences, and align closely with the program's ethos of active citizenship.

What Happens Next?+

Our program is competitive; there are always more applications than roles. Your application will be considered for its quality and suitability to available roles. We take into account your CV, answers to application questions, areas of interest and identified skills.

Please check your student email regularly; this is how we will contact you if we have any questions. After the closing date of applications, you will be asked to confirm that you still wish to be considered.

Applicants are then matched to roles based on their interests and skills and the specific requirements of the available roles. When selecting and matching, preferences will usually, but not always, be given to:

• Applications ranked highly;

• Applications that indicate a ‘for credit’ unit option;

• Applicants who have not undertaken an Internship with the centre before; and

• Applicants who are enrolled in the Active Citizenship Minor.

These criteria cannot be strictly observed because the Internships Coordinator needs to consider best suitability to available roles based on the applicant’s course of study, preferences indicated in the application, and other skills identified by the applicant.

By the outcome date (listed in Dates and Deadlines) you will be notified of the outcome of your application. If successfully matched to an internship role, you will receive further instructions about enrolment. If your application is unsuccessful, you are strongly encouraged to try again in a future round.

Many internships incur small incidental costs, like any university unit. These are minimal and, in most cases, less than the cost of text books. For example, you may be required to obtain a Police Clearance, Working with Children Check, or a sector-specific screening check. You will also need to factor in transport costs (i.e. fuel or public transport).

FAQs - Applying for an internship+

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Application process

Course planning

Internship program

Dates and Deadlines+

We offer four internship rounds per year:

  • Semester 1 – late February to late May
  • Winter – mid-June to late July
  • Semester 2 – early August to early November
  • Summer – mid-November to mid-December

Please refer to the table below for our 2024 dates and deadlines. Use the drop-down menu to see the relevant dates for each round.

Note: Please consult Class Allocation System (CAS) for the schedule of all unit sessions.

Monday 16 October 2023 - Sunday 11 February 2024 (midnight) Application period Online
Monday 26 February - Friday 1 March 2024 Compulsory pre-internship seminars Select on CAS
Monday 26 February - Friday 24 May 2024 Internship Period Host Organisation
Monday 5 February - Sunday 26 May 2024 (midnight) Application period Website
Monday 17 June - Friday 21 June 2024 Compulsory pre-internship seminars Select on CAS
Monday 17 June – Friday 19 July 2024 Internship Period Host Organisation
Monday 16 October 2023 - Sunday 7 July 2024 (midnight) Application Period Website
Monday 22 July - Friday 26 July 2024 Compulsory pre-internship seminars Select on CAS
Monday 22 July - Friday 18 October 2024 Internship Period Host Organisation
Monday 1 July - Sunday 20 October 2024 Application Period Website
Monday 11 November - Friday 15 November 2024 Compulsory pre-internship seminars Select on CAS
Monday 11 November - Friday 13 December 2024 Internship Period Host Organisation

Opportunities

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Marketing and Communications Intern

12 Buckets Incorporated — Winter (June - July)

We are currently developing our corporate partnerships program and are looking for an intern who can assist in developing and implementing this program with us. The Intern will need an eye for detail and possess a strategy brain! No previous experience in Marketing and Communications is needed , however you must be curious, agile and open to learning.

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Marketing and Design Intern

4lifeskills — Semester 2 (July – October)

We are seeking a Marketing and Design Intern to ensure all projects get done on time and on budget. The Marketing and Design Intern will be working and collaborating with our Marketing Manager to make sure that each project gets the resources and attention it needs to be successful. The ideal candidate must be an organized multitasker, able to handle many diverse projects simultaneously and meet tight deadlines. Core Responsibilities: Handling correspondence with online client enquiries and communicating with other departments within the company to keep marketing campaigns on track. Create and Post approved social content on Facebook, Instagram and Linked In. Assist with event planning, conferences, and expos by identifying requirements, establishing contacts, developing schedules and assignments, and coordinating mailing lists. Assist with research for fundraising Required skills and qualifications : Bachelor’s degree (or working towards one) in marketing, advertising, or communications. Familiarity with content management systems (CMS) and customer relationship management (CRM) tools Experience in budgeting and forecasting Knowledge of traditional and digital marketing, content marketing, and social media marketing Experience using data analytics software for research Excellent communication and presentation skills Positive attitude

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Marketing and Communications Intern 1

Ability WA — Winter (June - July)

Working with our marketing team, you will be an extra pair of hands during a very busy period. You will be ready to handle any activities that come your way, from organising marketing materials, branding our digital assets or assisting with developing and implementing communications plans.

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Marketing and Communications Intern 2

Ability WA — Winter (June - July)

Working with our marketing team, you will be an extra pair of hands during a very busy period. You will be ready to handle any activities that come your way, from organising marketing materials, branding our digital assets or assisting with developing and implementing communications plans.

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Policies and Procedures Intern - ICT

Ability WA — Winter (June - July)

The intern will assist our ICT Service Desk team in improving their operational efficiencies by documenting existing processes, setting up self-service tools and recommending process improvements. The intern will shadow our team to understand existing processes and document in SharePoint.

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Project Intern - Independent Living Options

Ability WA — Winter (June - July)

Working with our Strategy & Project team, you will explore an exciting new service offering for Ability WA. We will need you to research, then analyse and assess the viability of Independent Living Options (ILO) and how/if it fits into our organisation. You will conduct market research, a gap analysis, some financial modelling and ultimately provide a business recommendation summarizing your findings.

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Legal Intern

Aboriginal Legal Service of WA (ALS WA) — Winter (June - July)

The Aboriginal Legal Service of WA offers a legal service to members of the community. The Legal Intern will assist with this service, particularly in relation to young people in the justice system. The intern will be trained and provided with ongoing support by the team.

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Staff Engagement Analyst intern

Activ — Winter (June - July)

The Staff Engagement Analyst intern will work in Activ's Learning and Organisational Development team, analysing Activ's staff engagement and satisfaction results, and recommend improvements to nurture a positive workplace culture. The role would suit someone who: - Is enthusiastic and pursuing studies in HR, Business, Psychology, or related fields. - Has a basic understanding of data analysis concepts - Is a good communicator and eager to learn - Basic proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel This internship offers a unique opportunity for a student seeking practical experience in Human Resources or Organisational Development, allowing you to make a meaningful impact on workplace culture.

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Project Intern, Rio's Legacy Children's Hospice Project

Actus Associates — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be completing various tasks around the Children's hospice project carried out for Not-For-Profit Organisation Rio's Legacy. Tasks include drafting, researching Building codes, 3D renders to support progressing the project with the NSW government.

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Project Intern, Disability Services Project Development

Advocacy WA Inc — Winter (June - July)

The intern will assist in the development, organisation and promotion of local and online educational/training programs focussed on disability. The role will build the capacity of people living with disability in WA to enable them greater choice and control and community inclusion. As projects are co-designed, the intern will be working with people living with disability and Advocacy WA advocates and project staff.

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Recruitment Marketing Intern

Alzheimer's WA — Semester 2 (July – October)

We're seeking a creative and enthusiastic intern to join our team and implement the social media strategy developed by a previous intern. This is your chance to put your social media skills to work and make a real impact on our recruitment efforts! In this role, you'll be responsible for: - Developing and engaging social media posts (including text, images, and videos) to promote volunteering at AWA - Highlighting AWA's culture and values through compelling and authentic content. - Showcasing employee and volunteer stories at AWA to attract candidates. - Ensuring all social media content aligns with AWA's employer brand and brand guidelines. - Monitoring and analysing social media performance to measure success and identify areas for improvement.

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Bridges Disability Support Shine Intern

Anglicare WA — Winter (June - July)

Working with the Project Manager, this Intern will assist with 'Project Shine,' a new initiative to establish a working group/committee for Anglicare WA's Bridges Disability Support participants. The project will include developing a term of reference and topics of value to the group. This may include conducting surveys and developing a forum for a long-standing committee. The group will be made up of 2 participants in each of the Bridges locations across Perth metro and the Great Southern, who will be supported to meet up on Teams once a month. NDIS Bridges participants will be supported by their support workers as required.

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Marketing and Communications Intern

Ark Support Coordination — Winter (June - July)

This role will work within the administration team at Ark Support Coordination and look to provide support to the General Manager on our internal and external communications. Some of the project tasks you could be involved in include: - Developing social media posts that align with our values and the social model of disability - Researching ideas and collaborating with colleagues on blogposts- Researching various communication channels for marketing - Helping with undertaking market research around specific services - Writing and recording an internal staff newsletter in collaboration with subject matter experts within the team - Developing a marketing and communications plan in line with our new strategic objectives

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Social Media Content Intern

Ascend Health Group — Winter (June - July)

The role will involve working closely with the Ascend Health marketing officer and a marketing agency to deliver the company's social media strategy. This will include reviewing the content plan, providing input on ideas, contacting staff to arrange times to create content, recording content, and accessing social media platforms to schedule finished content. The primary task from this list will be collecting content, so you may need to attend staff training, attend the university where our staff is located, or travel with our therapists to record content.

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Event Coordination Intern

Association for Culturally Appropriate Services (AfCAS) — Winter (June - July)

The Event Coordinator will: - Seek information on the upcoming event - Prepare a DRAFT project plan for the event coordination including: planning; marketing; preparing and delivering the event - Review the DRAFT project plan in discussion with the manager and team and collaboratively allocate roles and timelines - Take responsibility for achieving agreed deliverables on time - Follow up and provide support as required for the team to deliver the agreed outcomes - Seek manager support for alternative strategies if key outcomes need alternative plans to achieve them - Establish an evaluation form for event participants - Document process and lessons learned for next cycle.

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Grants and Fundraising Project Intern

Association for Culturally Appropriate Services (AfCAS) — Semester 2 (July – October)

The role will work to: - Learn about the Association for Culturally Appropriate Services (AfCAS) focus areas, strengths, concerns and capacity - Utilise the knowledge of AfCAS to identify suitable accessible funding sources - Research each of the funding sources to select the most accessible and aligned to priorities - Apply for at least one grant and develop at least one fundraising process - Conduct a pilot implementation of the fundraising process and evaluate to make adjustments to the fundraising process - Provide an ongoing implementation plan based on the learnings from the pilot

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Project Intern, Aged Care Volunteer Visitor Scheme

Association for Culturally Appropriate Services (AfCAS) — Winter (June - July)

The Intern will be working with the Aged Care Volunteer Visitors Scheme (ACVVS) Project Team to: - Refine and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the current processes to recruit Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) volunteer visitors and Home Care Program referrals - Regular contact and project coordination with the ACVVS project team - Regular contact with the aged care providers and volunteers involved in the program - Review the volunteer training strategy and find ways to make online training easily accessible to volunteers

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Social Media and Marketing Intern

Athena Women's Clinic — Winter (June - July)

The Social Media and Marketing Intern will develop and implement a marketing and social media engagement strategy and plan. Athena Women’s clinic aims to better connect its patients with the clinic, its programs and with other community services.

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Project Intern, Awards and Programs

Auspire - Australia Day Council WA — Winter (June - July)

Auspire is an independent, not for profit association and registered charity operating in the civics and citizenship space. We are part of the ‘national family’ of eight State and Territory Australia Day Councils. Our role is to encourage people living in Western Australia to feel a sense of belonging and a desire to contribute to create stronger, more inclusive and resilient communities. Our vision is for Australian to be recognised as a culturally and socially inclusive society where people feel a sense of belonging and desire to participate. One of the ways we do this is through our many awards programs including the Australian of the Year Awards https://australianoftheyear.org.au/and the Community Citizen of the Year Awards https://www.citizenshipawards.com.au/nominate/. We require the intern to work with the team to identify innovative marketing ideas to promote nominations to the Auspire awards programs. Importantly, we will require the intern to identify/research potential nominees, curate information to support a nomination and submit this information into the online award nomination systems.

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Grant research intern

Australian Baroque Ltd — Winter (June - July)

This role entails research into grants and sponsorship, working with a team of three people. Working with our AD Helen Kruger and head of Sponsorship Andy Skinner.

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Marketing and Communications Intern

Australian Baroque Ltd — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be undertaking the following tasks: Updating listings Attending concerts Assisting with front of house at concerts Assisting the small Australian Baroque team in delivering marketing strategies

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Grants Support Intern

Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association — Winter (June - July)

Inducted into ASCCA to gain full understanding of the organisation and then research suitable grants that are available for a number of potential projects ASCCA has identified. ASCCA President, Jennifer Willcox, will work closely with the Intern to ensure full understanding and support so that maximum benefit can be achieved from this generous initiative. Scott Hollier has provided office space and admin access, while Jennifer Willcox will remain regularly in touch to ensure progress is being made on the desired pathway for successful grant applications.

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Events and Activation Intern

Awards WA — Winter (June - July)

Every year we hold the Gold Award Ceremony at Government House. We usually have over 150 guests including some VIPs. This takes an enormous amount of preparation and we would like an intern to help alleviate that pressure. They will be working under my direct supervision and out of our office. The main correspondence will be with Government House, Parents, Students, Principals etc. The other role will be researching and identifying regional schools to contact regarding a Specialised Funding Project.

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Data Analyst Intern

Bethanie — Winter (June - July)

The role for the intern will be to update and prepare the Retirement Villages' valuation for the year ended 30 June 2024 under the guidance and supervision of the senior analyst, owner of the model.

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Social Media and Content Development Intern

CARAD — Winter (June - July)

The Centre for Asylum Seekers, Refugees and Detainees (CARAD) provide specialised welfare and advocacy assistance to clients. Many of CARAD’s clients do not have the right to work and are ineligible for financial support. Essential components of our Client Services Program are our Foodbank and Emergency Relief services which provide for basic needs for asylum seekers experiencing financial hardship. The intern will strengthen CARADs social media presence and develop a framework/guide that supports a sustainable model for future social media communications. The role will include developing content for social media platforms and newsletters. Social media is used to; Source donations for the CARAD Foodbank, Engage members and volunteers, Community engagement, Educating and informing about the plight of displaced people and dispelling myths and misinformation.

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Community Engagement Intern, System Update

Cahoots — Semester 2 (July – October)

The intern will assist the Community Engagement Team to ensure all participants' profiles are up to date in Cahoots' system, including all documentation that goes with it. The intern will also help to create new folders for all our active participants. The intern will prepare folders for the sessions coming up for the weekend or school holidays and help in different aspects of our admin tasks. There is scope to work on other projects such as creating posters/flyers on Canva to support our programs.

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Research Intern, Operations

Cahoots — Winter (June - July)

The intern will assist the Operations Manager in conducting research, including finding new partnerships and strategies to promote Cahoots. They will also be responsible for organising checklists for the service delivery team, tidying rooms, and creating lists of necessary items. Additionally, they will be tasked with brainstorming ideas on how to create a family—and kid-friendly space.

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Service Coordination Intern

Cahoots — Winter (June - July)

The intern will gain experience in all aspects of Service Coordination at Cahoots. They will work on one of our camps as a camp leader to understand the duties of volunteers and the purpose of Cahoots. The intern will work with the Service Coordinators to understand the role and how various departments collaborate to achieve success. The intern will develop run sheets, create itineraries and organise catering for programs and camps. (At least one of this tasks) The intern will collaborate with the service coordination team to create risk assessments for camps and programs. The intern will gain experience in using graphic design software, Canva. They will assist with preparations for our peaks.

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Social Media Intern, Volunteers Team

Cahoots — Semester 2 (July – October)

Cahoots is a not-for-profit NDIS provider that has a big community of volunteers and placement students assisting on our camps and programs. Apart of the Cahoots Volunteer Strategy, we have created social media channels and platforms for volunteers to engage and connect with. The Social Media Intern will be assisting the volunteer's team, by taking over the social media platforms, creating fun and engaging content.

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Digital Communications Intern for Palliative and Supportive Care Education

Cancer Council WA — Winter (June - July)

The intern will assist with generating transcripts from videos and editing transcripts in alignment with current trends and educational standards.

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Client Journey Mapping Intern

Carers WA — Winter (June - July)

Carers WA are currently exploring the Client Journey of Carers to provide them with better support system. The intern will be seeking to explore and identify the engagements and opportunities that are working best to support carers as well as identify the current systems are difficult to navigate. The intern will also have the opportunity to think outside the box and present new suggestions and approaches to make it a smoother journey.

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GuardianShield Internship Program

Catholic Education Western Australia — Winter (June - July)

Join the GuardianShield Internship Program at Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) and make a difference in the lives of over 60,000 students and 12,000 staff. As technology becomes increasingly integral to education, safeguarding governance, privacy, and security is paramount. Key Responsibilities: - Protecting CEWA: Review requests for new software applications, researching security vulnerabilities, and assessing their suitability for CEWA. - Establishing Governance Solutions: Work with the Enterprise Architecture Group (EAG) to enhance governance processes, including creating a decision register, capturing process flows, and enhancing charters. Benefits: - Gain hands-on experience in cybersecurity, privacy, and governance. - Learn from experienced mentors. - Make a tangible impact on the safety and security of CEWA's technology infrastructure. Requirements: - No prior technical or governance experience required. - Strong research and analytical skills. - A passion for safeguarding privacy and security in educational environments. Join us in our mission to protect CEWA and ensure a safe, secure, and efficient technological environment for education. Apply now and be part of the GuardianShield Internship Program.

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Event Planning & Marketing Support Intern

Centre For Accessibility Australia — Winter (June - July)

The Centre For Accessibility (CFA) Australia is a not-for-profit dedicated to alleviating hardship faced by people with disability in gaining independence to online content. CFA Australia is seeking support in our marketing and communications area to assist in building up some of its projects. The role will report directly to the CEO of CFA Australia and will focus on deliverables and important digital access projects.

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Grants Research Intern

Centre For Accessibility Australia — Winter (June - July)

This role will support CFA Australia in researching and applying for grants to support the community and important digital access processes.

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IT Intern, Volunteer and Client Services Department

Citizens Advice Bureau — Winter (June - July)

The IT Intern will perform the following tasks: Project work - researching, sourcing and possibly implementing (depending on time frame of sourcing) scheduling packages - researching, sourcing and possibly implementing (depending on time frame of sourcing) CRM packages Day to day - streamlining current systems - troubleshooting website links and information There'll be no interaction with our clients/ the public. The intern will need to liaise with possible suppliers for information within researching and sourcing packages.

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Community Engagement Intern, Aboriginal Engagement

City of Armadale — Winter (June - July)

We are seeking a motivated and passionate Intern to join the City of Armadale to research Aboriginal Engagement. As an intern, your primary responsibility will be to research and analyse the Aboriginal engagement framework and consult with the community to gain insights into the positive aspects and challenges the Champion Centre has faced over the years. This role offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the development of our Aboriginal engagement strategies and build meaningful relationships with the community. This internship offers a valuable learning experience for individuals interested in Aboriginal engagement and community development. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to contribute to meaningful change within the Champion Centre and make a positive impact on the Aboriginal community.

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Grants and Fundraising Intern, Community Garden and Kitchen

City of Armadale — Winter (June - July)

We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic intern to join the Aboriginal Development Team (ADT) as a Community Garden and Kitchen Grants Research and Writing Intern. In this role, you will be responsible for researching and writing grants to support our community garden and kitchen program, including infrastructure development. Your efforts will play a crucial role in securing funding that will enable us to create sustainable and thriving spaces for community members to grow their own food, learn about nutrition, and engage in culinary activities.

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Grants and Fundraising Intern, Elders Programs

City of Armadale — Winter (June - July)

We are seeking a dedicated and proactive intern to assist us in grants research and writing documentation for an Elders Programs. In this role, you will be responsible for researching and writing grants specifically focused on supporting Elders programs, including back to country programs, eldership seminars, grandmother and grandfather lore, arts and crafts initiatives, and the establishment of an Elders council. Your efforts will contribute to securing funding that will enable the Aboriginal Development Team (ADT) to provide meaningful and culturally appropriate support to our Elders. This internship provides a unique opportunity to contribute to the sustainability and growth of our Elders programs by securing funding through grants. The successful candidate will gain valuable experience in grant research, proposal writing, and project management, while making a meaningful impact on the lives of our Elders and the community as a whole.

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IT Systems Intern

City of Armadale — Winter (June - July)

We are seeking a motivated and tech-savvy intern to join the Aboriginal Development Team as an IT Systems Intern. In this role, you will have the opportunity to contribute to the setup and optimisation of IT systems, with a specific focus on the Makuru and Hall systems. Additionally, you will conduct research to identify a suitable system that meets our organisation's needs. This internship offers a valuable opportunity to gain hands-on experience in IT systems management, coding, and research while making a meaningful impact on the Champion Centres technological infrastructure.

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Project Intern, Building Compliance

City of Armadale — Winter (June - July)

We are seeking a dedicated and detail-oriented intern to join the Champion Centre as a Building Compliance and Project Support Intern. In this role, you will play a crucial part in ensuring that our building and outdoor spaces, including the kitchen, community garden, bush area surrounds, and biophilic areas, comply with relevant regulations and standards. Your efforts will contribute to creating safe, sustainable, and functional spaces for our community members to engage in various activities and initiatives.

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Don Russell Performing Arts Centre Digital Content Intern

City of Gosnells — Winter (June - July)

This project will be based at the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre in Thornlie. Working with the Centre Coordinators and Administrator, the Intern's project will be to develop, create, and implement a Facebook strategy and plan content for upcoming events. The intern will be exposed to all aspects of a Performing Arts Centre including Box Office, administration, tech and customer service.

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Evaluation Intern, Public Library programs

City of Kwinana — Winter (June - July)

As part of the Library Services team this role will collect data about our current programs at Kwinana Public Library, and write an evaluation summarising the data and any recommendations for the future of the programs. Programs span a range of topics and ages, from babies to seniors, and are primarily related to literacy, digital literacy, and job seeking/career guidance. Collecting data will primarily include interacting with community members attending the programs and the people (staff, volunteers, and external contractors) who deliver the programs, to discover how satisfied the community are with the programs and what outcomes are occurring as a result of attending.

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Business Development Review Project Intern

City of Nedlands — Winter (June - July)

Assess business projects - business process reengineering for business process improvement in the technical services/engineering areas.

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Digital Content Intern, Social Media

City of Nedlands — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be assisting the Mayor to progress the City's Sustainable City status and will be delivering and highlighting sustainability goals and other City business

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Urban Forestry Strategy Project Intern

City of Nedlands — Winter (June - July)

Work on projects supporting the Urban Forest Strategy and ongoing planting program in the Urban Landscapes and Conservation area. Someone with an interest in the value of trees in the public realm. Will primarily liaise with City officers, suppliers, contractors and community members.

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Museum Intern - Collections Management

City of Subiaco — Winter (June - July)

The intern will work alongside the museum team to help catalogue and house the museum's archival collection of documents, photographs, maps and plans. The role will include; - data entry of collections items, fixing records, creating new records, maintaining accuracy and attention to detail -formatting the oral history transcripts in Word -simple editing of object records in our CMS -some working from home will be allowed for the Winter Term due to school visits and museum opening hours

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Event Support Intern

City of Swan — Winter (June - July)

Events play a vital role in local communities – bringing people together, establishing a sense of pride and connection, activating spaces, and creating vibrancy and fun. As such, the City of Swan’s Events Officers are important members of the Communications and Engagement business unit. Working across the wider team and other stakeholders, you will be responsible for planning, developing and coordinating corporate, community and/or civic events, as well as assisting with the processing of public event applications. These events can may be small- to large- scale, depending on budget and levels of external funding, the purpose of the event, and the target audience. The key responsibilities of these roles may include: • Creating event plans, in collaboration with relevant internal and external stakeholders • Setting event budgets and monitoring expenditure • Negotiating and liaising with suppliers • Ensuring all relevant policies, risk management and WHS standards are adhered to • Attracting corporate partners and sponsors • Measuring the success and outcomes of events, and capturing lessons learned/areas for improvement.

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IT and Data Systems Intern, ChatBot Project

City of Swan — Winter (June - July)

The Customer Experience Team are launching various new communication channels in an effort to improve the customer experience and better engage with the community. The City of Swan ChatBot will be a fundamental channel for the provision of afterhours services. By October, the CX Team hope to have the ChatBot trained to be able to handle 60% of the queries the City of Swan receive and are looking for someone to assist in training and building this functionality by researching areas of interest, keywords, trends and information.

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Legal Intern

City of Swan — Winter (June - July)

The City of Swan is Perth’s largest local government by land size, covering a huge 1,042 square kilometre area in Perth’s north-east. That’s almost 20 per cent of the Perth metropolitan area. This City is a dynamic and diverse community, with 1 in 3 residents born overseas, and 1 in 5 speaking a language other than English at home. The median age of residents is only 35, with almost half of households having children. The City has one of the fastest growing populations in WA, with the population expected to soar from around 168,000 in 2023 to almost 300,000 by 2050. The Legal Team at the City of Swan provides legal services and advice in areas including local government, planning, land management, property, transactions, environmental protection and compliance to assist in the conduct of efficient and effective legal services to meet the City of Swan’s corporate goals. The Legal Team works to support robust decision making, policy development and implementation, as well as operational functions. The Legal Intern will gain practical experience working to support a busy in-house legal team that comprises Manager Governance, General Counsel and Legal Services Co-ordinator. The Legal Intern will work on a project that involves the development of the legal intranet page. This ideal intern will have a strong legal background/will be studying law. This role will be supervised by a lawyer.

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Project Intern, Health Local Law

City of Swan — Winter (June - July)

Our Health Services team undertake routine inspections, issue approvals and undertake enforcement, complaint follow up etc. To support this work we have local laws relating to sanitation, dwelling house maintenance, nuisances, pest control etc. Our Health Local Laws require updating. This role would include; *Compiling feedback from our team of Environmental Health Officers regarding areas for improvement in our current local laws, *Researching local laws recently gazetted by other local governments, *Providing recommendations on which of these Local Laws best fit the objectives of the City. *Any other recommendations relating to proposed new local laws. The intern would have the opportunity to interact with our team members and seek feedback from them to see the real world implications of the laws we enforce.

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Policy Review Intern

Commissioner for Children and Young People — Winter (June - July)

The role will involve developing a review and thematic analysis of the reports and recommendations of the Commissioner for Children and Young People's office. This will include consideration of the evolution and impact of recommendations.

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Research and Evaluation Intern

Commissioner for Children and Young People — Winter (June - July)

The role will involve working with the Research and Evaluation Team to develop a new survey/engagement activity to analyse the views of children and young people on a (pre-determined) significant issue.

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People and Brand Administration Intern

Communicare — Winter (June - July)

The intern will assist our HR and Marketing Team in the promotion and administration of recruitment, including recruitment of volunteer and student candidates. Tasks and projects will include internal event management, online marketing, as well as reviewing and updating HR forms, policies, and processes. The intern will have the opportunity to phone screen candidates and perform reference checks for candidates.

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Digital Marketing Intern

Conservation Council WA — Winter (June - July)

The Conservation Council of WA (CCWA) is Western Australia's foremost not-for-profit, non-government conservation and environment organisation. The organisation runs three programs with specific focuses in the environment and conservation spaces, and also works with a vast number of conservation groups spread across the state that constitute CCWA's member groups. This internship role will involve creating and publishing digital content for the organisation. The primary focus will be on social media content creation across CCWA's social media platforms (which includes channels for the organisation as a whole, and the individual programs), with a secondary focus on supporting the Marketing and Communications team with other digital communications (e.g. eDMs). The position will work within the Marketing and Communications team, reporting to the Communications and Media Manager. This role will suit someone with a developing digital marketing skillset, who is also passionate about WA's beautiful natural environment.

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Digital Content Intern, Digital Media Engagement

Consumer Credit Legal Service WA (CCLSWA) — Winter (June - July)

CCLS is undertaking a rebranding exercise. The intern will work with our Communications team and Solicitors to refresh our suite of informational videos. You'll need a brain that loves to multi-task and think ahead. You'll be proactive, big on relationships and love getting amongst it. This role offers a wide variety of experiences and opportunities for a person who is confident in delivering great digital and social media content, owning outputs and likes to see the result of their work come to life.

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Project Intern: Business Model for Strength for Life Program

Council of the Ageing WA (COTA) — Winter (June - July)

COTA WA is seeking a Business Degree (Masters or PHD) Intern, to help redesign our seniors strength program, so more West Australians can benefit from Strength Based Training. Strength-based training for older people improves muscle mass, strength, and function, reducing the risk of falls by up to 40% and promoting independence. It also enhances bone density, metabolic health, and mental well-being, supporting healthy aging and a higher quality of life. Helping people not just live longer, but live a more healthy and fulfilling life. Currently around 4,500 West Australians every week participate in a Strength for Life class, accredited by COTA WA, which has run the Program for over 10 years. COTA WA operates Strength For Life through a philanthropic grant, and with small provider fees. But to date, we only just barely cover the cost of running the program. COTA WA has a vision to have 40,000 older West Australians undertaking strength based exercise on a weekly basis - but to grow our Strength for Life Program we need to redesign its business model, review our fees and automate our business processes. This project would be to do a deep dive into our existing business model and to make a business case for change - including financial modeling, analyzing the market and customer base, and helping understand competitive forces in the fitness industry. We would like to present this Business Case to our Board, to seek agreement to change the program to deliver growth.

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Communication Intern

Denmark Community Resource Centre — Winter (June - July)

The role would be to review all our current communication tools and make recommendations for improvement. The intern will work together with the Centre Manager and some key personnel who are currently dealing with promotion for the Centre. The intern will interact with the community through our social media channels

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Marketing and Communications Intern, Graphic Design - Social Enterprise Project

Denmark Futures Ltd — Winter (June - July)

Denmark Futures Ltd is establishing a social enterprise, providing research product to other communities to both allow them to focus on what they do best, whilst simultaneously bringing revenue into Denmark Futures to allow us to meet our purpose. We have developed a range of products and now need to create professional and clear templates for the final reporting formal for clients. This will allow us to provide examples to prospective clients of what the final work will look like, and also provide a template to staff to enable consistent product delivery. The product outputs have been already determined, but there is no one on our team who can put this into a professional looking document. This is the help we need.

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Project intern: Mt Eliza Escarpment Restoration Plan Development

Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions — Winter (June - July)

Detections of Polyphagous Shot Hole Borer (PSHB) in the Mount Bay Road area at the base of the Mt Eliza Escarpment in Kings Park has brought about the Mt Eliza Scarp Stability Project. The project encompasses associated tree removals, scarp stability, environmental restoration, and drainage improvement works along with the proposed master planning of the Mounts Bay Garden precinct. The project intern's role will be to develop an environmental restoration plan to guide the management of sections of the Mt Eliza escarpment over the next 5 years. The plan will be developed with the Kings Park Bushland Manager and supported by the broader project team including the Program Manager and Senior Project Manager. The restoration plan will build upon and be guided by previous restoration plans and works on the Mt Eliza Escarpment. The plan will document existing condition, required actions, monitoring and KPI’s and will provide a framework for reporting on the success of measures undertaken. The plan will consider the project area’s Aboriginal Cultural Heritage significance including Register Aboriginal Sites and post-colonial heritage values. The project intern will work within the Planning and Design Unit of the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, located in Kings Park and Botanic Garden. The intern will be supervised by Program Manager (Bel Foster), working closely with other members of the project team as well as other BGPA staff and external stakeholders as required.

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Community Engagement Intern - Behaviour Support Consultancy Team

Department of Communities — Winter (June - July)

The Community Engagement Intern will be working as part of the Behaviour Support Consultancy Team, within Regulation and Quality, at the Department of Communities’ Boorloo (Perth) office. The Intern will be partnering with various team members to create Vyond videos to be posted on the ARP (Authorisation of Restrictive Practices) Resources website. Other promotional documentation may be also considered. These videos will be based on material included on the ARP website, ARP Bulletin, ARP Policy, Procedure Guidelines and various information sheets. The latest are in the process of being updated. The Intern will spend some time familiarising themselves with the existing context of the work including the UN CRPD (United Nations Convention for the Rights of persons with disability), the Disability Royal Commission, The NDIS Act and Rules and all the resources mentioned above. They will also be joining the team in team meetings and other related activities.

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Community Engagement Intern - Working with children screening unit

Department of Communities — Winter (June - July)

The Community Engagement Intern will working in the Community Engagement Team in the Working with Children’s Check Unit to assist the Senior Project Officer Engagement with campaigns, communications and engagement strategies. The Community Engagement Intern will also continue the work of previous interns, working to assist in the creation a suite of accessible, user-friendly fact sheets and accompanying visual resources to educate and inform the public WWC and relevant topics.

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Digital Content Intern 1 - Education & Care Regulatory Unit

Department of Communities — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be tasked with developing and implementing work to educate the Education and Care Regulatory Unit (ECRU) workforce in the use of systems by way of tutorials. Script, record and produce tutorials for staff inductees on ECRU use of CRM using MS Stream and Vyond. The primary stakeholders that the intern will interact with will be:The Assessment Team Trainer(s), Management Group (Unit), Senior Officers (Unit) and Business Improvement Officers within Department of Communities.

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Digital Content Intern 2 - Education & Care Regulatory Unit

Department of Communities — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be tasked with developing and implementing work to educate the Education and Care Regulatory Unit (ECRU) workforce in the use of systems by way of tutorials. Script, record and produce tutorials for staff inductees on ECRU use of CRM using MS Stream and Vyond. The primary stakeholders that the intern will interact with will be:The Assessment Team Trainer(s), Management Group (Unit), Senior Officers (Unit) and Business Improvement Officers within Department of Communities.

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Project Intern - Strategic Policy

Department of Communities — Winter (June - July)

The Intern will support the Youth Team within the Strategy and Partnerships Division with the development of a new Action Plan for young people in WA aged 10 to 25 years old. The scope will include analysis of consultation data to inform the development of a findings report and coordination of further consultations with young people. Event coordination, and social media promotions tasks may be involved as well.

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Project Intern 1, LGBTQIA+ Strategy

Department of Communities — Winter (June - July)

The role will support the Department of Communities in developing a strategy to drive inclusiveness for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual plus (LGBTQIA+) Western Australians.

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Research Project intern - Housing and Homelessness

Department of Communities — Winter (June - July)

The $200 million North-West Aboriginal Housing Fund (the Fund) invests in diverse projects in the Pilbara and Kimberley to increase housing choices and support services for Aboriginal families as a means of improving education and employment outcomes; increasing aspiration and independence; supporting functional households and communities; and enabling wealth creation. Fund investments empower Aboriginal people to achieve their own goals in education, training, employment, financial capability and wellbeing by: • Funding Aboriginal-led and co-developed projects. • Creating affordable and stable housing choices for employed Aboriginal people, outside of the social housing system. • Increasing and supporting access to employment and training opportunities. • Improving educational attainment for the children of participant families. • Supporting Aboriginal economic development, with investments delivered with or by Aboriginal businesses and organisations. • Showcasing public policy and built-form innovation, increasing private sector housing investment and helping diversify the regional housing market. The Fund is built on a foundation of innovation and genuine dialogue, with an approach that ensures each investment is Aboriginal-led or has been co-developed in consultation with Aboriginal people, organisations and communities. This investment approach allows Aboriginal people and communities to achieve their own aspirations and goals and recognises the significant strengths

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IT & Data Systems Intern: Test and Redesign Lessons Management Audit System

Department of Fire and Emergency Services — Winter (June - July)

DFES Lessons Management now has a recording system for the lessons and associated actions. We would like to have an intern test the system and make changes as required to suit the needs of the business unit and organisation. Then develop the reporting mechanism within the system.

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IT and Data Systems Intern - DFES Publication Ordering Process Enhancement

Department of Fire and Emergency Services — Winter (June - July)

You will be part of Community Preparedness, and work with the Online Services & IT teams at DFES. Your role will be to investigate ways to enhance the current online ordering system, implement this enhancement & provide recommendations of options for a better, more streamline service for those filling the orders (Community Preparedness) & those placing the order (DFES Staff, volunteers, Local Governments other agencies and the public) to possibly be implemented post-internship. DFES are an emergency services agency with over 1,800 operational personnel & corporate staff, & a network of more than 26,000 volunteers. Community Preparedness work with those staff, volunteers & communities across WA to provide them the resources to prepare their community before a hazard impacts them (Hazards: Bushfire, Structure Fire, Cyclone, Storm, Flood, Tsunami, Earthquake, Hazmat). The physical resources to be ordered are on the DFES website in a basic Publications Ordering System - https://publications.dfes.wa.gov.au/order-publications. This system also has a back end SharePoint stock management system. This system is basic & can no longer provide the enhancements we need to service our stakeholders. Your role is to learn the system from a customer & internal team member perspective, investigate ways of enhancing the work flow, implement short term solutions where possible & provide advice on long term solutions. Solutions will be compared & can be internal, external, AI &/or paid solutions

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Legal Intern - Legal Advice Database

Department of Fire and Emergency Services — Winter (June - July)

The intern will work on a project to further develop a legal advice database. The intern will review legal advice that has been provided to the Department. The intern will analyse what the advice is about and summarise the advice in a clear and concise way to allow users to easily identify the essential elements of the advice and any legal precedent. The intern will be working in the Legal and Legislative team under the supervision of the Manager of Legal and Legislation. This is a great experience for someone looking to work as a legal researcher or judge`s associate.

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Research Intern 1: Gender Diversity Services

Department of Health - Child and Adolescent Health Service — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be working as part of the Perth Children’s Hospital Gender Diversity Service. For this project, the intern will work closely with a senior research officers and speech pathologist and be integrated as a valuable team member. The intern will assist with collection, entry, and management of confidential patient health information related to psychological, Physical and Metabolic health, as well as voice and communication services. They will have the opportunity to observe and contribute to other health projects within the service. It is necessary that the intern has a respect for diversity, including gender diversity, and an interest in human rights.

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Research Intern 2: Gender Diversity Services

Department of Health - Child and Adolescent Health Service — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be working as part of the Perth Children’s Hospital Gender Diversity Service. For this project, the intern will work closely with senior research officers and the senior speech pathologist and will be integrated as a valuable team member. The intern will assist with collection, entry, and management of confidential patient health information related to psychological, Physical and Metabolic health, as well as voice and communication services. They will have the opportunity to observe and contribute to other health projects within the service. It is necessary that the intern has a respect for diversity, including gender diversity, and an interest in human rights.

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Project Intern - Applications and Data

Department of Health - South Metropolitan Health Service — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be part of the Digital Health team and will assist to drive a variety of initiatives. The intern will get exposure to the following streams of work and contribute to team outcomes related to: • Low code app development • App support • App enhancement • Technical documentation • Data analysis projects • Data governance workflows • Project management • Information Security (Cyber) function

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Communications and Digital Content Intern - Science and Technology Plan

Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation — Winter (June - July)

The Department of Jobs Tourism, Science and Innovation is developing a 10-Year Science and Technology Plan that will guide the science and research priorities of the state for the coming decade. The Plan is due to launch in National Science Week 2024 (August). To accompany the launch the Department is keen to celebrate the success of science in Western Australia. In this role, you'll craft a compelling communications proposal to celebrate the State’s scientific research and technology development. This will include compiling case studies and developing various graphic content to be utilised in print and digital media. The ideal intern would be pursuing a bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism, graphic design or a related field.

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Digital Content Intern

Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation — Winter (June - July)

In this dynamic role, you'll craft compelling audio, graphic, and video content to captivate audiences across various social media platforms. Working hand-in-hand with our communications and organisational development teams, you'll help shape and amplify our digital presence. While previous experience in content production isn't mandatory, familiarity with social media content creation gained through coursework, internships, or personal projects is a plus. This opportunity will allow the intern to embrace and adapt to new software and platforms, and develop a passion for staying abreast of content production trends and social media best practices, and enthusiasm for generating fresh, innovative ideas. The ideal intern would be pursuing a bachelor’s degree in graphic design, film, media, sound production, or a related field.

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Project Intern - Development of a state-wide 10 Year Science and Technology Plan

Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation — Winter (June - July)

The Science and Innovation division within the Department of Jobs Tourism, Science and Innovation is developing a 10-Year Science and Technology Plan that will guide the science and research priorities of the state for the coming decade. The project has involved extensive industry, government and university consultation. The role will be hosted during the final stage of the project as the project team navigates the approvals processes through the Minister and Cabinet. Your role will be to work with the Project Team to develop an implementation plan, budget proposals and help plan the launch event. Your role will involve researching and drafting documents and briefing notes to support the Plan, assisting in taking minutes of meetings/forums, helping to plan and organise the logistics of the launch event.

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Project Intern - STEM Strategy and Grant Programs Support

Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation — Winter (June - July)

The Science and Innovation division within the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation manages the State STEM skills strategy, a number of grant and other funding programs supporting STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) engagement in Western Australia. This requires day-to-day program and contract management to manage this funding, and research to support the next phase of the strategy. Your role will be to work with the Project Lead to conduct research tasks towards a refresh of the State STEM skills strategy and future initiatives, support the assessment of reports received from grant recipients, write file notes assessing these reports against agreed milestone reporting requirements and key performance indicators, and other communications such as briefing notes, memos and website text as required.

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Heritage Support Intern

Department of Planning Lands & Heritage — Winter (June - July)

In 2018 the Thematic History of WA was completed for the Heritage Council by Historian Clare Menck. With its completion, and a maturing of our view of cultural heritage significance, some consideration of how best to achieve a more effective and representative Register of Western Australia’s heritage places seems timely. A full review of the State Register of Heritage Places and places marked for assessment is in progress. The review is investigating gaps in the State Register and the best means by which to address them. Some of the gaps identified to date are stories relating to Aboriginal people, women, non-British migrants and workers & working. The next stage of the review will include analysis of the results and a series of agenda items being prepared for the Heritage Council so it can consider whether some places may not meet the threshold for the State Register, and which places, if updated or progressed, will enrich the Register making it more representative. It is proposed that the intern will assist with the analysis and compilation of the items for the Heritage Council. The role would be suited to a student studying a heritage related degree such as History, Archaeology, Architecture, or Cultural Heritage Management. Good writing and analysis skills will be valuable, as will an interest in and passion for Western Australian history and heritage.

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Digital Architecture Compliance Intern

Department of the Premier and Cabinet — Winter (June - July)

Reviewing architecture policy, process and documentation against legislative and policy requirements to ensure compliance.

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Digital Architecture Policy Intern

Department of the Premier and Cabinet — Winter (June - July)

Reviewing existing policy and process documents, with a view to helping the architecture team meet governance goals.

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Digital Architecture Research Intern

Department of the Premier and Cabinet — Winter (June - July)

Examining digital architectural needs and looking for new ways to present concepts to stakeholders and identify technologies to deliver better architectural outcomes across digital government, including furthering existing technologies in use by the WA Government. Working to make meaningful improvements to strategies such as closing the gap and transformation to digital government for all Western Australian citizens.

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Digital Content Intern: Digital Content Creator & Social Media Planner

Disability Assembly Western Australia (DAWA) — Winter (June - July)

The Communications Intern will develop and implement a marketing and social media engagement strategy and plan. You will be working with a small but dynamic team to establish a social media footprint (with articulations between Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn). As a systemic advocacy organisation, we work with and for people of all ages with disability and the people who care for and about them. We hope that the intern will familiarise themselves with the needs and wants of key stakeholders such as individuals with lived experience of disability, as well as service providers and funders. Your role will include the following: • To develop a posting schedule. • Create content to post on our various digital platforms as well as creating templates for future reference. • To establish a media image catalogue and cataloguing system. • Develop and create a template for our quarterly newsletter. We will provide you with key direction and guidance to get started in your new role. Along with people in WA's disability ecosystem, you will interact, work directly and indirectly with the Board Members and Councillors who currently lead the Communications and Advocacy Committee, Marketing and Events Committee, and with the CEO.

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Strategic and Operational Fundraising Intern

Disability Assembly Western Australia (DAWA) — Winter (June - July)

We are seeking a motivated and detail-oriented individual to work as a Strategic and Operational Fundraising Intern. The intern will work closely with our Fundraising Committee, external business partners, project team, and CEO. You will collaborate with our recently endorsed Fundraising Committee to map grant and fundraising activities. Together, we will work towards ensuring our new Fundraising Strategy aligns with key strategic objectives and create an Action plan accordingly. Your role will be to conduct research to identify potential grant opportunities that align with the organisation's mission and projects team to create a list of philanthropic organisations whose areas of interest interact with and support those of DAWA. As a result of your research, your tasks will include creating a Grants spreadsheet identifying grant processes and grant bodies for the next 12 months. Additionally, the intern will assist in developing and creating content for our major campaign; and contribute to the establishment of an annual fundraising event.

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Energy Data Dashboard Intern (Licensing and Customer Protection)

Economic Regulation Authority (ERA) — Winter (June - July)

As the energy system becomes more complex, regulators effectively using data to inform their decisions is becoming more important. Good data visualisation tools are an important part of this and can help to tell a story, which regulators can use to make better decisions more quickly, and consumers can use to better understand the utility services they use every day. Your project will be to create an interactive dashboard on the performance of utilities in Western Australia. The dashboard project will first require you to manipulate historical data to prepare it for the dashboard. You will then consider the best ways to use the dashboard to tell a story to the ERA’s Governing Body and to external stakeholders, such as via graphics or animations. The project aims to improve the ERA’s data and analytics capability by enabling us to identify trends in historical data, use the data that we receive more quickly, and to improve customer transparency of WA’s energy and water markets.

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Reaching CaLD Energy Consumers Intern (Licensing and Customer Protection)

Economic Regulation Authority (ERA) — Winter (June - July)

Inclusive Design in Essential Services is a modern approach to designing products and services so that everyone can use them equally. It aims to include people with lived experience of an issue in the design process. For essential services such as electricity, gas, and water, it means regulators, government and businesses making sure all consumers can access the products and services they need by default. It involves designing out barriers to access that create exclusion, inequality, and unfairness in markets, instead of designing one-off or non-standard assistance for certain customers as an exception. Your project will be to investigate how this approach is or could be better applied in Western Australia’s retail electricity and gas markets. You will look at how the ERA might use research conducted by a team at the QUT Business School to better support culturally and linguistically diverse energy consumers and adapt a toolkit to improve how information about utilities and energy use is provided to those customers.

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Standard Operating Procedures Intern (Compliance)

Economic Regulation Authority (ERA) — Winter (June - July)

Research and write standard operating procedures (internal procedures) to ensure process consistency across key activities (e.g. project management, publications, document management) in the Energy Markets division. The intern will: • Consult with key internal stakeholders. • Work closely with the Administration Assistant to update the Administration Assistant manual. • Present to the Energy Markets management meeting, and divisional meetings on the new standard operating procures.

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Grants and Fundraising Intern, Business Research and Digital Collateral

EdConnect — Winter (June - July)

The first role of the intern will be to review our digital marketing collateral, principally the website, providing an overview in terms of its structure and making a recommendation in relation to attracting funders to our site. The second related role will be to research WA businesses, principally suppliers to major industry including mining to assess business appetite through community support to assist in funding EdConnect's volunteer operations in local schools. How can EdConnect drive these businesses to seek us out on our website?

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Community Engagement Intern - Refugee/Migrant Settlement Program

Edmund Rice Centre WA — Winter (June - July)

We are seeking a dedicated and organised individual to fill the role of Community Engagement Intern for Refugee/Migrant Settlement Casework. This position plays a crucial role in supporting the smooth operation of our refugee and migrant settlement programs by our caseworkers. The ideal candidate will have strong organisational skills, attention to detail, and a passion for supporting individuals in their journey towards successful integration into their new communities. The intern will undertake the following tasks • Assist in the development and maintenance of administrative systems and procedures to support casework operations. • Willing to learn the casework process. • Communicate effectively with our internal and external stakeholders. • Collaborate with other team members to ensure seamless coordination of services and resources. • Commitment to learn and support Edmund Rice Centre WA values and vision. • Cultural sensitivity, respect for diverse perspectives, and passion for working with adults from CaLD background. About Edmund Rice Centre The Edmund Rice Centre WA is recognised as one of Australia’s leading service providers by community groups, government and other agencies in the field. Established in 1998 to provide essential settlement services and community education activities in the northern suburbs of Perth, the Centre services have expanded throughout the metropolitan area.

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MYP Project Intern

Essential Personnel — Winter (June - July)

Essential Personnel uses a customer relationship management (CRM) platform named MYP. MYP is popular amongst NDIS providers for hosting essential customer data as well as integrating staff information, HR, rostering and reporting to form a single integrated platform which enables collaboration. The MYP Project Intern will be responsible for developing awareness of MYP, assessing target capabilities, completing basic tasks and work-shopping capabilities to various internal stakeholders. The project work will focus on streamlining internal MYP processes and optimising the functionality of the system to improve efficiency. This will include a range of activities and also template development

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Project Intern, Financial Recovery after Disaster

Financial Counsellors Association of WA — Winter (June - July)

The intern will collect data related to the Financial Recovery after Disaster Project. The role will assist with engagement with the sector regarding regional/remote/metro online forums and will develop resources from the Disaster Project.

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Project Intern, Membership Support

Financial Counsellors Association of WA — Winter (June - July)

The role will provide Membership and Training Support assistance. This includes creating short videos using user-friendly Lumen5 software.

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IT & Data Systems Intern: CRM database clean & organise

Fremantle Foundation — Winter (June - July)

As out intern you will be cleaning and consolidating our stakeholder databse, using our main CRM system, Simplero, as well as several spreadsheets. Our aim is to remove duplicates, update contact details, delete unused tags and prepare for data migration into a new CRM system.

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Project Intern, Socio-Economic Analysis for Gascoyne Drought Resilience Planning

Gascoyne Development Commission — Winter (June - July)

The Regional Drought Resilience Plan is a plan by the Gascoyne region, for the Gascoyne region, that identifies actions to be undertaken to strengthen the region's resilience to drought. The plan will be developed through community engagement, and is supported by fact-based analysis of the region. A socio-economic analysis of the Gascoyne region will be developed in support of the Plan. The internship role focuses on the development of this socio-economic analysis through social, economic and weather data collection, its evaluation, and relationship determination. A simple socio-economic model will be developed to create future socio-economic impacts from drought scenarios. The Plan will use these scenarios to support identification of actions that require implementation to be better prepared for these scenarios. On-going community engagement will provide input in likely socio-economic relationships and likely future scenarios. The internship position will be supported by the program manager for the Gascoyne Drought Resilience Plan.

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Research Intern, Tourism Data Analysis

Gascoyne Development Commission — Winter (June - July)

The intern will support the Gascoyne Development Commission (GDC) with the Cross-Regional Tourism Infrastructure Project: The three-stage project is led by the GDC in partnership with the Mid West and Pilbara Development Commissions. The project involves: 1. production of a new tourism data collection methodology and data set (completed) 2. delivery of a data-led regional tourism infrastructure development plan (commenced) 3. delivery of a tourism infrastructure business case for three tourism infrastructure projects, one for each region (not yet commenced) The role will involve providing project support through data collation, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data relating to tourism in the Gascoyne region, with the aim to: a) Support Phase 2 & 3 of the Cross-Regional Tourism Infrastructure Project b) Identify, analyse and present key tourism indicators/metrics in an easy to interpret manner for use for both GDC and industry.

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Perth

Board, Committee and Management Governance Project Intern

Good Sammy Enterprises — Winter (June - July)

The intern will review Board and Management Governance processes and make recommendations to improve arrangements.

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Grant and Fundraising Intern

Good Sammy Enterprises — Winter (June - July)

Working within the iconic Good Sammy Enterprises, you will help identify and apply for grant and fundraising opportunities to help the organisation achieve its mission: to create employment goals for people with disability. You will be able to work flexibly, you will be part of a dynamic team, and you will gain important experience while doing good.

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Evaluation Intern - Leave Safe Stay Safe Prison Family Violence Program

Gosnells Community Legal Centre — Winter (June - July)

The intern will assist the Gosneslls Community Legal Centre with a review and data evaluation for the "Leave Safe Stay Safe Prison Family Violence" Program. This role is suitable for a student interested in Criminology and Criminal Justice.

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Organisational Rebrand Intern

Gosnells Community Legal Centre — Winter (June - July)

Gosnells CLC is about to undergo a name change and full rebrand. This involves all new marketing materials, website design and document changes for our whole organisation! Our Intern will help to design the changes and develop materials which you can use for your portfolio into the future.

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Fundraising and Marketing Intern

Hannah's House — Winter (June - July)

At Hannah’s House, we provide specialised support for children with complex health needs. Our dedicated team tailor our services so every child receives the best care and comfort. As a Fundraising and Marketing Intern, you will play a crucial role in supporting Hannah's House's efforts to raise funds and create awareness for upcoming community fundraising events, namely Shine For Hannah and our Mother's Day High Tea. This internship offers a chance to immerse yourself in the dynamic world of fundraising and marketing within a non-profit setting. Gain valuable hands-on experience, and contribute to events that make a real impact. If you're passionate about philanthropy and community engagement, we invite you to join us in creating unforgettable moments for Shine For Hannah and Mother's Day High Tea.

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Project Intern - Engagement Team

Health Consumers Council — Winter (June - July)

We are looking for someone in our Engagement Team to assist us with a project working on updating our training materials, developing a marketing list and assisting with a marketing and promotion plan for our cultural diversity workshops and training.

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Systems Change Evaluation Research Intern

Impact Seed — Winter (June - July)

As a member of the Impact Seed team, the Research Intern will undertake a research project focused on finding and summarising research, frameworks and best practice case studies of systems change evaluation. This will involve: - Identifying thought leaders in systems change evaluation globally (both organisations and individuals) - Finding and compiling a list of these thought leaders’ research/frameworks/cast studies/etc. on systems change evaluation - With the support of the Impact Seed team, determine which of these pieces of research to delve into deeper and summarise for the benefit of the Impact Seed team - Read and summarise the research, including drawing out the key characteristics and themes of systems change evaluation - Conduct a lunch and learn session with the Impact Seed team on key findings from the research - (if time in the internship) Draft ideas for potential thought leadership content on systems change evaluation

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Marketing and Communications Intern

Inclusion Solutions — Winter (June - July)

We are looking for someone who is keen to use their initiative and design flair to help us promote the amazing work our team does. We are an extremely busy team of passionate humans are very busy doing the work, and need support to help spread the word of the amazing things happening in our community. Specifically, things will depend on the skill set of the successful applicant, however they may look like flyer design, video filming, social media content, etc.

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Employee Assistance Program Evaluation Intern

Indigo Australasia Inc — Winter (June - July)

This project involves evaluating current and potential EAP providers to ensure they offer high-quality, accessible, and relevant services to our employees. The intern will lead the evaluation process under the guidance of the HR team, contributing to a pivotal decision that impacts employee well-being and organisational health. The intern will compile a report and present to the People and Culture team. This project will also develop an EAP Framework for the Organisation if time permits.

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Employee Value Proposition Intern

Indigo Australasia Inc — Winter (June - July)

We are seeking a motivated and analytical Human Resources or Marketing Intern to join our team on an intern basis, focusing on enhancing our Employee Value Proposition (EVP). The intern will play a critical role in researching, analysing, and suggesting innovative strategies for marketing our employee benefits effectively to attract, retain, and engage talent. This position offers a unique opportunity to contribute to key HR initiatives, gain hands-on experience in strategic HR practices, marketing and make a tangible impact on our organisation's culture and employer branding.

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Marketing and Communications Intern

Intelife Group — Winter (June - July)

Research and develop a plan for stakeholder management, including social media development and content creation.

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Project Intern - Microsoft Co-Pilot Assessment

Intelife Group — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be researching how AI could benefit a disability service provider with a focus on Microsoft Co-Pilot. What is Co-Pilot? What are the use cases for Co-Pilot? What are the considerations for adoption of Co-Pilot within Intelife? Demonstrate 1-2 use cases.

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Project Intern, Role Analysis Research

Intelife Group — Winter (June - July)

The intern will be working within the People Services department to analyse key roles within the organisation for key tasks, key result areas and competencies at entry level and mastery of the role.

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Policy and Procedure Intern, Review

Kin Disability Advocacy Inc — Winter (June - July)

Kin are reviewing all existing policies and procedures. There are few drivers for this: - some are simply due for an update - there havebeen signficant changes to how we operate - using digital systems for case work and WHS - we will be implementing a new HR Information System in the near future. Some initial prep has been done to identify which documents need major revisions. Policy and procedure manuals also require splitting into individual documents which can then be managed in our existing SharePoint site. This will be an office based role, working primarily with the administration team. There will be some requirement for consulting with other staff to determine where changes are required.

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Marketing & Data Base Intern

Kulungah Myah Community Centre — Winter (June - July)

The intern will liaise with the Deputy Chairperson, other Board members, Program Manager and the Community Engagement Officer in the completion of their duties which will have a marketing and data base creation focus. The intern will receive an orientation to the organisation, as well as a clear induction process. Communications with the team will be supported via a Telegram forum to facilitate communication around this project.

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Marketing and Communications Intern

Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation — Winter (June - July)

The intern will work closely with the projects and admin team as well as the crew coordinator to create and share marketing materials including social media assets, newsletters, poster design and mail outs to engage with potential trainees as well as our existing volunteer community. As a passionate not for profit organisation, Leeuwin Ocean Adventure Foundation would like assistance in spreading the word and showing through videos and other media how impactful a voyage on the Leeuwin can be in shaping young lives.

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Research Intern: Annual Children’s Camp

Legacy WA — Winter (June - July)

The Annual Children’s Camp is a strategic core program for Legacy WA originally established in the 1950’s. Each year in January we host approximately 100 children from across Australia, New Zealand and the UK who have either lost a parent through military service or their parent’s health has been impacted by their military service. Police Legacy WA are also invited to send similarly effect children to the camp. This role will be responsible for investigating current research outcomes to assist in the review of camp programming and to develop a strong case for support for new and ongoing grants and donations.

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Data Warehouse Project Intern (Business Requirement Gathering)

Legal Aid WA — Winter (June - July)

Legal Aid WA is launched the Data Warehouse project in February 2024. The project seeks to develop a centralised digital repository designed to store, integrate, and manage Legal Aid WA’s core business data, and deploy reports in Power BI to the business. The Data Warehouse project is now progressed from business requirement analysis stage to the next stage. The intern will assist with mapping data fields between two systems. Other tasks include: a. Assisting with requirements documentation, organising notes, summarising meeting discussions, and creating initial drafts of requirement documents. b. Participating in meetings and interviews to elicit and document requirements. c. Research specific business processes or data-related issues. It involves understanding how data is currently used, identifying potential data sources, or exploring industry best practices. d. Assist with preliminary data profiling tasks to understand data quality, structure, and content. This is to document the challenges and requirements for the data warehouse. e. Help in designing and distributing surveys or questionnaires to be used in the business requirement gathering process. f. Help to create flowcharts, diagrams, or other visual aids to explain or understand business processes and data flows. g. Assist in drafting initial user stories or use cases that reflect the business requirements. h. Determine and document business rules in existing reports

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Project Intern 1, Risk Analytics

Legal Practice Board — Winter (June - July)

Assist with the Legal Practice Board's (Board) risk analytics project for the legal profession in Western Australia. This will involve communicating with law firms and gathering data on all legal practitioners in the state, along with creating and populating a register for the Board's internal use.

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Project Intern 2, Risk Analytics

Legal Practice Board — Winter (June - July)

Assist with the Legal Practice Board's (Board) risk analytics project for the legal profession in Western Australia. This will involve communicating with law firms and gathering data on all legal practitioners in the state, along with creating and populating a register for the Board's internal use.

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Events and Communication Intern

Lifeline WA — Winter (June - July)

Events and Communication Intern Marketing and Fundraising Team and works with agencies and suppliers across an exciting array of diverse community events such as Radio Giving Day, Out of the Shadows Memorial Event (sponsored by City of Perth), The Push Up Challenge and the Black Diamond Gala Dinner. Community events are essential for growing awareness of Lifeline WA's crisis support and suicide prevention services and ensuring donations, sponsorship and other income are generated to fund operations. The Events and Communication Intern will contribute to the development of events strategy, communications, activation and represent Lifeline WA onsite at events.

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Data Scientist Intern 1

Lions Eye Institute — Winter (June - July)

The Lions Eye Institute is a not-for-profit centre of excellence that combines world-class scientific research into preventing blindness with the highest level of eye care delivery. Lions Eye Institute has an exciting new opportunity for a research intern with data analysis and critical thinking skills to join physicist/translational researcher Dr Danuta Sampson and clinician/scientist Prof. Fred Chen to analyse retinal microvascular images obtained using optical coherence tomography angiography towards identifying better markers of eye vascular diseases. This multidisciplinary project provides a unique opportunity to work across disciplines such as computer science, optics, and medicine - towards improved eye healthcare.

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Software Engineer Intern

Lions Eye Institute — Winter (June - July)

The Lions Eye Institute is a not-for-profit centre of excellence that combines world-class scientific research into the prevention of blindness with the highest level of eye care delivery. Lions Eye Institute has an exciting new opportunity for a research intern with software engineering skills to join physicist/translational researcher Dr Danuta Sampson and clinician/scientist Prof. Fred Chen to develop an additional module for the open-source toolbox they created to analyse retinal images of microvasculature obtained with optical coherence tomography angiography. This multidisciplinary project provides a unique opportunity to work across disciplines such as computer science, optics, engineering and medicine - towards improved eye healthcare. Key responsibilities include: * Development and testing of the software module * Contribution to the documentation of procedures. * Collaborate with other members of the laboratory and our wider research network.

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Project Intern: Mental Health Care Pathways Paper

Luma (formerly Women's Health and Family Services) — Winter (June - July)

Luma, For Her Health and Wellbeing is an organisation providing equitable health and wellbeing services to women in Western Australia. One of our niche areas is Mental Health and Counselling; we provide this in the form of 1:1 counselling, group support and family therapy. Many of our programs are funded by grants, our strategic plan is to diversify how we make profit. This project will: 1. Complete a literature review of current Australian and International best practice guide on decision making regarding who receives funded care, what client profiles receive low fee and who pays full fee. 2. Make a Luma pathway for mental health care based on the research findings with a sustainable profit margin in mind. 3. If time allows, gain feedback from external stakeholders regarding the developed pathway.

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Marketing and Communications Intern

Meerilinga Young Children’s Foundation — Winter (June - July)

The Marketing and Communications Intern will support the coordination of marketing and communication activities. The intern will assist with creating content and developing resources to support the broader marketing and communications strategy. This is an exciting position that will allow the intern to expand their knowledge of marketing and communications in the not-for-profit sector.

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Lotterywest Grant Development Intern

Melville Cares — Winter (June - July)

The Intern will assist with the development of a Lotterywest Grant to help with funding the Fit out for an office in a new geographical area that the services of Melville Cares will expand into.

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Marketing Campaign Intern (new office)

Melville Cares — Winter (June - July)

Melville Cares is going to offer services in a new Geographical area. The Student intern will assist in developing a Marketing Campaign to promote the services.

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Project Intern, Developing a bequest program

Melville Cares — Winter (June - July)

Melville Cares would like to offer a bequest program and require a process outlining the steps for people to provide a bequest, a brochure inviting bequests and work with team members to ensure the structures are in place to support the process. The project would include the review of other bequest programs, speaking with a range of clients to gain input on what they see as important in a bequest program and what would attract bequests.

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#Don'tShareMe Project Intern 1

Meningitis Centre Australia — Winter (June - July)

Working in a small but fast paced office with a big vision you will be creating the digital content for socials for our new #Don'tShareMe campaign for teens. One in 10 people who contract Meningitis, Pneumococcal and Meningococcal will die and one in four will end up with a permanent disability such as loss of limbs, brain damage, deafness, scarring, cerebral palsy, epilepsy. These diseases are spread by water droplets from the nose and mouth. #Don'tShareMe is to be specifically targeted at teenagers in the 15- 24 age group - a high-risk group for these diseases. You will create awareness in teens about ways to avoid catching Meningococcal and Meningitis - don't share drinks, food, water bottles, vapes, kisses, close contact etc. It needs to be fun, creative and eye-catching. Being a smaller office we all sometimes have work that everyone needs to do or help with to ensure we meet all of our deadlines and provide materials to our national community

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#Don'tShareMe Project Intern 2

Meningitis Centre Australia — Winter (June - July)

Working in a small but fast paced office with a big vision you will be creating the digital content for socials for our new #Don'tShareMe campaign for teens. One in 10 people who contract Meningitis, Pneumococcal and Meningococcal will die and one in four will end up with a permanent disability such as loss of limbs, brain damage, deafness, scarring, cerebral palsy, epilepsy. These diseases are spread by water droplets from the nose and mouth. #Don'tShareMe is to be specifically targeted at teenagers in the 15- 24 age group - a high-risk group for these diseases. You will create awareness in teens about ways to avoid catching Meningococcal and Meningitis - don't share drinks, food, water bottles, vapes, kisses, close contact etc. It needs to be fun, creative and eye-catching. Being a smaller office we all sometimes have work that everyone needs to do or help with to ensure we meet all of our deadlines and provide materials to our national community

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Strategic Policy and Planning Intern

Mental Health Commission — Winter (June - July)

The Strategic Policy and Planning Directorate at the Mental Health Commission is responsible for developing system-wide and state-wide policies and initiatives with supporting governance to improve mental health and wellbeing outcomes in Western Australia, and reduce harm from alcohol and other drugs. The Directorate is currently working on a number of key reform initiatives, including the development of a new five-year, system-wide Mental Health and Alcohol and Other Drugs Strategy for Western Australia, and establishing new system-wide governance arrangements. The Strategic Policy and Planning Intern will provide support to the team by undertaking research, preparing reports, drafting correspondence and providing administrative support to progress key projects.

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Research Intern

Mental Health Tribunal — Winter (June - July)

The Mental Health Tribunal (MHT) is an independent statutory authority. The MHT however is also an administered entity under the Mental Health Commission (MHC), as is the Office of Chief Psychiatrist and the Mental Health Advocacy Service. There is a Schedule of Appointments, Delegations and Authorisations that operates between the MHC and each of the entities. This document specifies authorisations for general administration, financial administration, human resource management, information management and technologies operational controls. With the exception of financial administration, the role is to review the Table of Delegations and Authorisations which states the process/action, delegated officers, restrictions on delegations and the reference (legislation, policy, protocols etc.). Current content would be reviewed to ensure references are up to date, that restriction are in line with quoted references and delegated officers are appropriate officers for the process/action. Further it is to investigate the question of delegating authority from a public servant to a head of statutory authority/head of jurisdiction in identified situations.

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Project Intern, Ethos & Heritage Project

MercyCare — Winter (June - July)

The role is to support the Mission Ethos team to project plan two new major mission projects for 2024, including the inaugural MercyCare Pilgrimage and team building day.

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Organisation and Resource Development Intern

Microboards Australia — Winter (June - July)

The role would involve working closely with our Professional Services team who support people with disability and behaviours of concern. The intern will have a primary role to: 1. Develop a clear folder and search system using Microsoft Sharepoint to organise educational resources and learning materials for access across all staff within Microboards Australia. They will sort through educational materials and file learning resources in categorised formats. 2. Develop a series of branded summary information sheets and infographics to capture key learning concepts using educational material supplied by Microboards Australia. The intern role would be best suited to an Allied Health Professional, psychology student, social work student or similar who have some knowledge about educational material relation to behaviour and can work closely with our professional team to achieve the above outcomes.

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Service Outcomes Evaluation Development Intern

Microboards Australia — Winter (June - July)

The role would support the development of an evaluation process where the families and people we support are provided with surveys and other forms of evaluative processes to track change and to track satisfaction with service. The evaluation process the will be navigated will include development of proformas to send to service users, online evaluation forms and processes to gather the data to form summaries of data accessed.

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Graphic Design and Marketing Intern

Midland Women's Health Care Place — Winter (June - July)

We need a creative student who can develop a communications strategy and plan, update our website, respond to our target audience, and promote our service.

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Regional

Grant Enchanter

Milligan — Winter (June - July)

Milligan is a little community centre with a big heart. Inspired by kindness and hope the Milligan community is a beacon of connection and opportunity. Everyone is truly welcome. We are looking for someone who is as passionate about people as we are and has a strong drive to see Milligan's projects come to life and provide positive outcomes to the community we aim to serve. The intern will assist with the following: Develop a deep understanding of Milligan's vision, values and purpose and good insight into the 5-year strategic plan. Develop a good knowledge of current and proposed projects and input into future ventures. Research relevant grants, sponsorships, fundraising and other funding opportunities. Network for collaboration on projects, identifying opportunities for meaningful partnerships. Attend staff meetings, planning sessions and team workshops activities. Have a desire to immerse in the Milligan culture of trust, genuine pride for each other's strengths and self-reflection. We are funded by the Department of Communities to reduce the negative effects of social isolation through the Empowering Communities Project. The intern will work with and be closely supported by all staff, volunteers, co locators and centre visitors. We aim for the relationship to be a reciprocal and valued for both parties.

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Community Engagement Intern

Multicultural Communities Council of WA — Winter (June - July)

This is a pivotal role within the organisation. It is responsible for facilitating a partnership with a local service provider appointed to deliver a series of community functions and activities. This role will also involve planning and facilitating community services initiatives, moving forward.

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Community Engagement and Project Promotion Intern

Multicultural Communities Council of WA — Winter (June - July)

The intern will assist with the following tasks: Help to design and coordinate events for target groups to increase the profile of MCCWA and deliver key messages (e.g. mental health literacy, reduced stigma, anti-discrimination, early help seeking). Assist in maintaining websites and utilising social media to develop opportunities for multicultural communities and service promotion. Work closely with organization’s staff to ensure that the impact of any campaign/event is addressed at the planning stages. Produce documents and promotional material of a professional standard that comply with branding policy, suitable for external communication to a variety of target audiences.

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Policy and Procedures Intern, Continuous Improvement Review

No Limitts Pty Ltd — Winter (June - July)

The intern will work with the Compliance & Systems Non-Executive Director and their team to review: - existing policies and procedures - screen out / archive obsolete documents - agree and create documentation register principles - implement documentation register - assist with documentation of organisation procedures; i.e. the way we now run the business This project arises following a two-year Strategic Review which has just finished culminating in both ACNC internal audit, NDIS external audit and ACNC external financial audit.

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Research Intern, Recordkeeping across government

Office of the Information Commissioner — Winter (June - July)

The Information Commissioner (IC) is an independent statutory officer reporting direct to the WA Parliament. The IC reviews decisions made by government agencies under the Freedom of Information Act 1992 (WA FOI Act) regarding access to, or amendment of, government-held documents. Under the WA FOI Act, applications to access or amend documents applies to the documents of most State government agencies, Ministers and local government. The right of access is central to the idea of responsible government as it provides both transparency and accountability of government. Access to government-held information is underpinned by effective government record-keeping, which is regulated under the WA State Records Act 2000. Standards of government record-keeping are established and monitored by the State Records Commission. The IC is the current Chair of the State Records Commission. The intern will examine approximately 10 years of decisions of the Office of the Information Commissioner for issues of government record keeping and summarise these in a report. This report will assist the IC in performing functions as both Information Commissioner and as Chair of the State Records Commission.

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Research Intern

Ombudsman WA — Winter (June - July)

This intern will plan and undertake a project to contribute to major research being undertaken by the office.

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Research Intern

Ombudsman WA — Winter (June - July)

This intern will plan and undertake a project to contribute to major research being undertaken by the office.

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Youth Mentor Project Intern

Orana House — Winter (June - July)

Orana is a not-for-profit organisation providing accommodation, advocacy and holistic support for women and children experiencing family and domestic violence. We are looking for an intern to work with our Youth Mentor Coordinator to formalise the mentor program and develop outlines and documents that mitigate risk and take referrals external of Orana. The Intern would be required to work out of our offices in Maylands, and would also need to travel to our service in Noranda and speak with the Coordinator and the mentors. Below is a guide to what documents we would like to be developed as part of the project: 1. description of the program including length of program, desired outcomes and the structure of each session and how outcomes are met, 2. program procedures so mentors and staff can follow these when they require direction. For example, what happens if a young person discloses, how do we deal with behaviours that are impacting on others in the program, what do we do if a mentor/mentee relationship breaks down. 3. referral forms which are detailed enough for you to make a decision on whether the young person is suitable to be accepted in the program, 4. detailed consent and medical forms, 5. mentor application forms with a clear description of confidentiality and boundaries with young people and their mums, 6. a mentor JDF for the mentors so they know their role and the requirements of the role ie WWC, Police Clearance et

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Marketing and Social Media Intern

Patches Australia — Winter (June - July)

Patches is looking for a marketing student, or a student with social media and content experience, to join the team. You will work on developing a social media plan (6 months) and creating / posting content that focuses on recruitment of clinical staff and engage with our private and NDIS clients, in multiple sites across Australia.

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Research Intern, VRGoggle use in Therapy

Patches Australia — Winter (June - July)

The primary objective of this internship is to conduct comprehensive desktop research focused on exploring the utilisation, efficacy, and implications of Virtual Reality (VR) goggles within the realm of Therapy. The intern will delve into existing literature, technological advancements, real-world applications, regulatory considerations, and cost-benefit analyses to provide valuable insights and recommendations on the integration of VR goggles. This research aims to offer a deeper understanding of how VR technology can potentially enhance therapeutic interventions and improve patient outcomes. The secondary objective is to support the deployment of Patches VR Goggle 'fleet' (Quest2 / Quest3) and to standardise the Apps on the devices, within a network linked to Patches Meta for Business account.

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Website Chatbot Intern

Patches Australia — Winter (June - July)

Patches seeks to incorporate an interactive Chat Bot / Virtual Assistant into our website www.patches.com.au (Wordpress). The goal is to incorporate Patches FAQ and all website content into a language model that responds accurately to common questions. The benefits of this project are to facilitate timely sharing of accurate information, and scheduling of appointments; while reducing the burden of administrative tasks on support staff.

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Annual Events and Marketing Intern 1

Path of Hope Foundation — Winter (June - July)

The Path of Hope Foundation is seeking enthusiastic Event Interns to assist in planning, coordinating, and executing 2-3 annual events aimed at raising awareness and funds to break the cycle of family violence. Responsibilities include developing event plans, managing logistics, creating promotional materials, engaging with the community, recruiting and supervising volunteers, providing on-site event support, and handling post-event activities. Ideal candidates are pursuing or have completed a degree in Event Management, Marketing, Communications, or a related field, possess strong organisational and communication skills, and are passionate about the Foundation's mission. Interns will gain hands-on experience, network with professionals, and receive mentorship from experienced event coordinators.

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Annual Events and Marketing Intern 2

Path of Hope Foundation — Winter (June - July)

The Path of Hope Foundation is seeking enthusiastic Event Interns to assist in planning, coordinating, and executing 2-3 annual events aimed at raising awareness and funds to break the cycle of family violence. Responsibilities include developing event plans, managing logistics, creating promotional materials, engaging with the community, recruiting and supervising volunteers, providing on-site event support, and handling post-event activities. Ideal candidates are pursuing or have completed a degree in Event Management, Marketing, Communications, or a related field, possess strong organisational and communication skills, and are passionate about the Foundation's mission. Interns will gain hands-on experience, network with professionals, and receive mentorship from experienced event coordinators.

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Data Science and IT Intern - 001

Path of Hope Foundation — Winter (June - July)

Position Summary: Data Science and IT Intern The Data Science and IT Intern will collaborate closely with the leadership team on the "HOPE Report: 100 Years and One Hundred Reports" initiative, created and led by Rebecca Tolstoy AM. This project focuses on promoting healthy relationships and preventing family violence by documenting the legislative journeys of countries addressing corporal punishment of children and family domestic violence (FDV). The intern will be part of the process and creating a procedure for global data collection, analysis, and visualisation, developing and maintaining databases, and ensuring data accuracy. They will also be working with key mentors such as Professor Garry Allison from Curtin University and Perth Rotarian, Professor Stella Tarrant from the UWA Law Faculty, other Rotary mentor volunteers leaders in both business and community, and other university student interns globally. Additionally, the intern will support leadership initiatives by assisting in organising meetings, workshops, and presentations. The role requires strong analytical skills, proficiency in data visualisation tools, and the ability to work independently and collaboratively. This internship offers hands-on experience in data science and IT, contributing to a significant global initiative while enhancing research, analytical, and technical skills.

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Data Science and IT Intern - 002

Path of Hope Foundation — Winter (June - July)

Position Summary: Data Science and IT Intern The Data Science and IT Intern will collaborate closely with the leadership team on the "HOPE Report: 100 Years and One Hundred Reports" initiative, created and led by Rebecca Tolstoy AM. This project focuses on promoting healthy relationships and preventing family violence by documenting the legislative journeys of countries addressing corporal punishment of children and family domestic violence (FDV). The intern will be part of the process and creating a procedure for global data collection, analysis, and visualisation, developing and maintaining databases, and ensuring data accuracy. They will also be working with key mentors such as Professor Garry Allison from Curtin University and Perth Rotarian, Professor Stella Tarrant from the UWA Law Faculty, other Rotary mentor volunteers leaders in both business and community, and other university student interns globally. Additionally, the intern will support leadership initiatives by assisting in organising meetings, workshops, and presentations. The role requires strong analytical skills, proficiency in data visualisation tools, and the ability to work independently and collaboratively. This internship offers hands-on experience in data science and IT, contributing to a significant global initiative while enhancing research, analytical, and technical skills.

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Research Intern - 1

Path of Hope Foundation — Winter (June - July)

We encourage inquisitive and team-oriented students to apply for the currently available positions at Path of Hope Foundation. Our primary focus is to break the intergenerational cycle of family violence. Path of Hope Foundation has a mission to harness the organizational capacity of Rotary and its members. This mobilization aims to support The Salvation Army's services, which provide safety and empowerment to individuals escaping Family and Domestic Violence (FDV). Simultaneously, it creates much-needed awareness within our local communities. With 35,000 Rotary Clubs in 200 countries worldwide, we are addressing one of the most concealed crimes against humanity of our time. We strive to lead the way in fostering global collaboration among corporate, government, not-for-profit, and community leaders. We are currently seeking three dedicated law and/or International Relations students with a passion for research to join our volunteer team. These students will play an integral role in our century-long journey by mapping legislation and researching other sources related to abolishment of corporal punishment of children worldwide. Your involvement in shaping our community's future is significant. As a successful applicant, you will collaborate with Path of Hope's volunteer team to undertake innovative and highly important international legislative mapping focused on corporal punishment of children and its impact in relation to Family Violence.

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Research Intern - 2

Path of Hope Foundation — Winter (June - July)

We encourage inquisitive and team-oriented students to apply for the currently available positions at Path of Hope Foundation. Our primary focus is to break the intergenerational cycle of family violence. Path of Hope Foundation has a mission to harness the organizational capacity of Rotary and its members. This mobilization aims to support The Salvation Army's services, which provide safety and empowerment to individuals escaping Family and Domestic Violence (FDV). Simultaneously, it creates much-needed awareness within our local communities. With 35,000 Rotary Clubs in 200 countries worldwide, we are addressing one of the most concealed crimes against humanity of our time. We strive to lead the way in fostering global collaboration among corporate, government, not-for-profit, and community leaders. We are currently seeking three dedicated law and/or International Relations students with a passion for research to join our volunteer team. These students will play an integral role in our century-long journey by mapping legislation and researching other sources related to abolishment of corporal punishment of children worldwide. Your involvement in shaping our community's future is significant. As a successful applicant, you will collaborate with Path of Hope's volunteer team to undertake innovative and highly important international legislative mapping focused on corporal punishment of children and its impact in relation to Family Violence.

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Research Intern - 3

Path of Hope Foundation — Winter (June - July)

We encourage inquisitive and team-oriented students to apply for the currently available positions at Path of Hope Foundation. Our primary focus is to break the intergenerational cycle of family violence. Path of Hope Foundation has a mission to harness the organizational capacity of Rotary and its members. This mobilization aims to support The Salvation Army's services, which provide safety and empowerment to individuals escaping Family and Domestic Violence (FDV). Simultaneously, it creates much-needed awareness within our local communities. With 35,000 Rotary Clubs in 200 countries worldwide, we are addressing one of the most concealed crimes against humanity of our time. We strive to lead the way in fostering global collaboration among corporate, government, not-for-profit, and community leaders. We are currently seeking three dedicated law and/or International Relations students with a passion for research to join our volunteer team. These students will play an integral role in our century-long journey by mapping legislation and researching other sources related to abolishment of corporal punishment of children worldwide. Your involvement in shaping our community's future is significant. As a successful applicant, you will collaborate with Path of Hope's volunteer team to undertake innovative and highly important international legislative mapping focused on corporal punishment of children and its impact in relation to Family Violence.

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Legal Intern

Peel Community Legal Services — Winter (June - July)

PCLS is seeking an intern to provide support to the legal team. The position will be supervised by a lawyer and offers an opportunity to obtain varied experience within a busy generalist Community Legal Service. The role will be based at our office in Mandurah and the intern may accompany the lawyers to outreach services within the Peel region from time to time.

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Office and Digital Hub Intern

Peel Multicultural Association Inc. — Winter (June - July)

Peel Multicultural Association is a charity that supports and celebrates people from all corners of the planet. We promote understanding and respect for cultural diversity. Our office is located in the Mandurah CBD. The Office and Digital Hub Intern role comprises two parts: Office: The Peel Multicultural office is located a short walk from the Mandurah CBD. The intern will assist the President Virginia Pitts with administering the Association, and will share an office with her. The duties include administration, communications, social media support, filing, data input, event organisation, room set-up, evaluations and other office duties. Training will be given as needed. Digital Hub: We have laptops, tablets and a printer that our members can use for learning and to improve their computer literacy to equip them with the skills they need to enter the workforce, e.g. résumés, improve English skills, job searches, job applications, online courses, online theory driving tests, visa/citizenship support. The hub needs setting up beforehand, and packing up afterwards. Our members need help with learning how to use the equipment and how to access important information. The laptops and tablets need to be checked for updates and cleaned of any extraneous content from time to time.

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Communications and Project Intern

Performing Lines Ltd — Winter (June - July)

Primary focus of the role will be maintaining and curating Performing Lines' presence on our social media platforms - Facebook and Instagram - as well as adding news stories to our website 'news' section. The intern will also provide support to the Senior Producer, Producer and Associate Producer, ahead of the delivery of key projects including: - A National Tour of WONDERBOX by Sensorium Theatre - The Kolyang Program of Industry Development Initiatives, which is a series of bespoke events and opportunities for artists and industry that creates pathways for new artisitc works. Program includes: Under Fluoro's at the State Theatre Centre of WA; Centre for Stories Performance Maker Hotdesk; and Kolyang Artist Lab in Broome. As a discrete project, the intern will be researching artist commissioning and fellowship programs and models that exist nationally and internationally. We are looking at the structure and model of our Kolyang program for 2025, and are hoping for a large sum of the funds be awarded in a fellowship model in partnership with other arts organisations. This would be a report citing and referencing current, effective models which we could replicate in our offer.

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Pingelly's home respite and cottage respite intern

Pingelly Community Resource Centre on behalf of Pingelly Somerset Alliance Inc. — Winter (June - July)

The Pingelly Somerset Alliance Inc (PSA) is wanting to re-purpose an existing duplex owned by the PSA into a cottage respite facility and ensure that both cottage respite services and home respite services are available to local people. The intern will - - research the overall Commonwealth policy about cottage and home respite services for older people in a rural location. - research and report on the special requirements for building approval for a cottage respite facility and give advice on how the existing duplex can be redeveloped to meet those requirements. -research and develop necessary policies and procedure to enable the respite service to attract Commonwealth cottage respite subsidies. - research how Commonwealth subsidies can be paid for home respite in Pingelly. - research and report on the potential revenue from all sources to subsidise the cost of both the cottage and home respite service. - research and identify the potential funding sources for the operation of the cottage respite service and the home respite service. - research and report on the potential costs of providing both cottage and home respite. - assist the CRC to consider options to ensure the viability of a cottage and home respite service for local people in Pingelly.

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Staying in Place Local Meal Support Intern

Pingelly Community Resource Centre on behalf of Pingelly Somerset Alliance Inc. — Winter (June - July)

Staying in Place assists people in rural and remote communities to access the support needed to stay living at home in a small rural or remote and isolated community. There are 41 communities in WA that use the Staying in Place model to support local residents over 65 years of age to stay living in their own homes, in their own communities. Many people seek support for meals and some can access pre-prepared and packaged meals - often from companies outside WA. This project is about researching the options for these meals to be prepared and provided locally in Pingelly and then using the information developed, make the options available to each of the 40 other small communities.

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Community Engagement Intern 1, Family Liaison Support (Fun on Four)

Ronald McDonald House Charities WA — Winter (June - July)

This role is aimed to support the engagement of families in our RMHC Family Room in the PCH Fun on Four precinct. The main components will involve learning both volunteer roles (Family Ambassador and Activity Agent), assisting with volunteer shortages, identifying areas for development, identifying gaps in our volunteer provision and there is the potential to experience our other family focused areas including the PCH ground floor Family Room and our vibrant Learning Centre at our Nedlands House.

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Community Engagement Intern 2, Family Liaison Support (Fun on Four)

Ronald McDonald House Charities WA — Winter (June - July)

This role is aimed to support the engagement of families in our RMHC Family Room in the PCH Fun on Four precinct. The main components will involve learning both volunteer roles (Family Ambassador and Activity Agent), assisting with volunteer shortages, identifying areas for development, identifying gaps in our volunteer provision and there is the potential to experience our other family focused areas including the PCH ground floor Family Room and our vibrant Learning Centre at our Nedlands House.

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Community Engagement Intern 3, Family Liaison Support (Fun on Four)

Ronald McDonald House Charities WA — Winter (June - July)

This role is aimed to support the engagement of families in our RMHC Family Room in the PCH Fun on Four precinct. The main components will involve learning both volunteer roles (Family Ambassador and Activity Agent), assisting with volunteer shortages, identifying areas for development, identifying gaps in our volunteer provision and there is the potential to experience our other family focused areas including the PCH ground floor Family Room and our vibrant Learning Centre at our Nedlands House.

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RMHC WA Volunteer Program Support Intern

Ronald McDonald House Charities WA — Winter (June - July)

An opportunity has arisen for an outstanding intern to work within our RMHC WA Volunteer team, gaining insight into our unique program. As a small team of 3, the successful candidate will work closely with all team members and benefit from real industry experience. We require someone with exceptional interpersonal communication and customer service skills and great attention to detail. Cultural fit is just as important as candidate aptitude, and we are proud of our workplace culture here at RMHC WA. We are looking for someone who aligns with our core values: FAMILY EXCELLENCE INTEGRITY INCLUSION ENERGY

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Research Support Intern

Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (Western Operations) — Winter (June - July)

As research support the intern will assist with a range of research-related activities that support the work of the research lead based at Jandakot Airport base. These activities may include, literature searches and reviews, proposal writing, ethics applications, data requests, data management around updating a research register or filing research documents online, adding content to the research intranet page, joining research-related meetings, participating in research committee meetings, update research-related documents like policy and TOR, participate in collaborative discussions with research teams. This role will offer an intern an opportunity to be immersed in a research role and learn key research knowledge from an experienced senior researcher.

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CLC Community Project History Intern

SCALES Community Legal Centre — Winter (June - July)

The Intern will work with their supervisor and other stakeholders in the sector, to document the development of and evolution of two major projects in the CLC Sector. The first project is the Tenancy Advice and Education Service developed in partnership with the then Department of Consumer Protection and a number of Community Legal Centres across the state. The partnership commenced in 1998 and continues today and is an excellent example of a hub and spoke model of service delivery. The second is the Domestic Violence Legal Workers Network, designed in 2003, funded in 2004 and about to have a reinjection of activity and resourcing. The intern will capture as much information as possible and develop history documents about these projects. The intern will assist the supervisor in developing a project plan, identify people to interview and proceed with the writing of history documents of both projects.

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Data Intern, Youth Programs

Salvation Army — Winter (June - July)

As part of our ongoing work to support young people living out of home care, our service will start working with a new database, which will help staff and case workers to access information of young people referred to service (clients) in a quicker and more efficient way. The successful intern would have excellent data analysis skills, excellent use of excel and data programs. The project will be to transfer approximately 1,000 clients from the old database to the new one and make sure the information is correct and compatible between the two different systems. Once this first task is complete, we would be able to analize its information we received about our clients, together with our (organizational) current intake form and system as well as with the State’s Leaving care referral form. The student will handle these three tools (info from the database, intake forms and State leaving care form) and provide recommendation on how we can streamline the process and obtain relevant information. We could use this recommendation to send it to the State Government.

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Human Resources Intern

SensesWA — Winter (June - July)

This role will be to assist SensesWA in creating new HR policies and procedures that are up to date with recent legislation changes and meet the needs of the business. It will involve discussing practices with key stakeholders to both draft and likely educate on changes. This role will give an intern the ability to put into practice interpretations of legislation, policy drafting, business analysis and project development.

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E-Learning Content Creator Support Intern

Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ) — Winter (June - July)

Engage your creative learning styles and artistic side! Work in a fun, vibrant, youth focused sexual and reproductive health org that promotes sexual health and relationship wellbeing for all. Looking for an intern with skills using PowerPoint to support our eLearning Developer here at Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ). eLearning course content would include LGBTIQA+ experiences of healthcare and intimate partner violence. Looking for support with anything from course creation and content implementation, graphics and video editing, etc. Training opportunities for a variety of available SHQ courses as they become available. SHQ is a sexual health clinic situated in Perth, Western Australia. SHQ offers a range of clinical services including testing and treatment of STIs, contraception information and supply, unintended pregnancy support, medical abortion and cervical screening. SHQ also has various community and clinical education programs, counseling services and disability support services.

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SHQ Marketing and Communications Intern

Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ) — Winter (June - July)

Engage your creative marketing and artistic side! Work in a fun, vibrant, youth focused sexual and reproductive health org that promotes sexual health and relationship wellbeing for all. Looking for an intern with skills using Canva or other graphic design software and a bonus if you have experience in digital marketing to support our project manager and marketing manager at Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ). SHQ will be launching an innovative family and domestic violence screening program across AU in July. Looking for support with anything from digital marketing content creation and marketing strategy support, graphics and video editing, etc. Training opportunities for a variety of available SHQ courses as they become available. SHQ is a sexual health clinic situated in Perth, Western Australia. SHQ offers a range of clinical services including testing and treatment of STIs, contraception information and supply, unintended pregnancy support, medical abortion and cervical screening. SHQ also has various community and clinical education programs, counseling services and disability support services.

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Sexual and Reproductive Health Research Intern

Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ) — Winter (June - July)

Engage your research and organisational capacity building side! Work in a fun, vibrant, youth focused sexual and reproductive health org that promotes sexual health and relationship wellbeing for all. Looking for an intern with current research skills OR looking to learn new research skills to support our project manager build research and evaluation capacity at Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ). The day-to-day experience would include developing skillsets in setting up processes, procedures and organisational supports to improve research and evaluation for the organisation's various projects and departments. Training opportunities for a variety of available SHQ courses as they become available. SHQ is a sexual health clinic situated in Perth, Western Australia. SHQ offers a range of clinical services including testing and treatment of STIs, contraception information and supply, unintended pregnancy support, medical abortion and cervical screening. SHQ also has various community and clinical education programs, counselling services and disability support services.

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Research Intern - Transition Shire to Net Zero by 2030

Shire of Morawa — Winter (June - July)

The main role of the intern will be to research options as to how the Shire of Morawa can transition to net zero by 2030.

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Perth

Business Improvement Intern

Shire of Mundaring — Winter (June - July)

As a Business Development intern your role will consist of the following tasks. 1. To support the delivery of projects relating to business improvement, process mapping and continuous improvement programs that directly benefit service delivery to our community. 2. Assist in implementing strategies to optimise workplace organisation, ensuring efficient processes. 3. Contribute to the mapping of existing processes across departments, identifying opportunities for improvement. 4. Help develop an engaging induction program for new staff that integrates business improvement principles, fostering a culture of continuous improvement from day one. 5. Collaborate on designing a system to assess, track progress and tailor improvement efforts effectively.

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Bushfire Risk Intern

Shire of Murray — Winter (June - July)

Identify and collate Bushfire Risk Mitigation areas that are not in the freehold ownership of the Shire of Murray. This will be working with the Ranger and Community Safety department of the Shire, consulting with Shire Officers and DFES.

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Marketing and Communications Intern

Shire of Waroona — Winter (June - July)

The intern will work within the Department of Corporate & Community Services, focusing on Communications and Marketing analysis. They will conduct research on current communication tools used within the organisation and preferred methods by community members. This will involve surveying community members to gather insights on preferred communication methods, desired information, and readability levels. The intern will then use this data to develop a communication and marketing plan/strategy tailored to the organisation's size and resources. They will assist in establishing communication and marketing champions groups and customise the plan for different facilities such as the Shire, Recreation & Aquatic Centre, Library, and Visitor Centre, creating templates for each facility as needed. Primary Interactions: Department of Corporate & Community Services Community members Communication and marketing champions groups Staff members at various facilities (Shire, Recreation & Aquatic Centre, Library, Visitor Centre)

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Perth

Stakeholder Mapping Intern, WA regional expansion

Short Back and Sidewalks Ltd — Winter (June - July)

Short Back & Sidewalks is currently working on an expansion of our services into 11 towns & cities across regional WA, with the first phase of roll out (Bunbury, Geraldton and Kalgoorlie) complete. The intern will work on Phase 2 of the roll out (Pilbara, Kimberley, and Esperance) and assist with Stakeholder mapping, engaging with various community service organisations, volunteers and research and explore funding opportunities under guidance of the CEO. See here for more: https://www.shortbackandsidewalks.com/stories/first-regional-service-delivered-bunbury

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Research and Communications Intern

Social Ageing (SAGE) Futures Lab — Winter (June - July)

As an intern you will be working on the Rainbow Migrant Project at the ECU Social Ageing (SAGE) Futures Lab. Topics for these research projects aim to empower and increase wellbeing of LGBTIQA+ migrants living in Western Australia. This internship occurs in a dynamic period of the SAGE Lab where you will get to work under the mentorship of Vice Chancellor's Research Fellow Dr Lukasz Krzyzowski. Your role may involve writing and designing research communication, content development and the developing of training materials.

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Research and Evaluations Intern

Social Ageing (SAGE) Futures Lab — Winter (June - July)

As an intern you will be working on the Rainbow Migrants Project at the ECU Social Ageing (SAGE) Futures Lab. Topics for these research projects aim to empower and increase wellbeing of LGBTIQA+ migrants living in Western Australia. This internship occurs in a dynamic period of the SAGE Lab where you will get to work under the mentorship of Vice Chancellor's Research Fellow Dr Lukasz Krzyzowski. Your role will involve research and evaluation to support the creation of this new social enterprise.

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Perth

Consulting Support Intern

Social Ventures Australia — Winter (June - July)

SVA is a not-for-profit organisation that works with partners to alleviate disadvantage – towards an Australia where all people and communities thrive. Interns are support team members in SVA’s consulting team. The intern will support the team and provide clients with meaningful data and analyses and assist in identifying solutions to their greatest challenges – thus enhancing an organisation’s ability to drive sustainable social change to disadvantaged Australians.

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Legal Intern

South West Community Legal Centre — Winter (June - July)

The intern will interact with administrative and legal staff in the Centre, clients and members of public, and stakeholders. They will support the legal team by undertaking various legal tasks. This role offers an excellent opportunity for hands-on experience in a community legal setting, allowing the intern to develop their legal skills and gain insight into the workings of a community legal centre.

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Research Intern, Consumer Volunteer Program

St Bart's — Winter (June - July)

Since 1963, St Bart’s has been standing by the side of Western Australians experiencing homelessness, mental health challenges, trauma and hardship. Our goal is to provide safe, supported accommodation and services to people who need it the most, regardless of background, age, gender or ethnicity. Our consumers (clients)are at the forefront of everything we do. St Bart's is considering a Consumer Volunteer Program (CVP) to provide our consumers with the opportunity to build new skills, connections, and a sense of purpose through volunteering. CVPs are complex and require a great deal of resources to develop, implement and support. Through researching similar CVPs in the homelessness sector, the successful intern will assess the viability of such a program, its potential pitfalls, resources required and best practices. The intern will create a report and/or presentation summarising this research. If time permits, the intern will also suggest a framework for a CVP: 1) Identification of potential consumer volunteers (who should be involved in the process) 2) Potential volunteer roles and a mechanism to match roles to volunteers 3) Clearances, training and skills development requirements 4) Level and type of support and supervision required 5) Feedback and evaluation mechanisms 6) Recognition and reward mechanisms

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Digital Content Intern

St Patrick's Community Support Centre — Winter (June - July)

This role will support St Pats in developing our digital marketing. You’ll be focussing on creating video content to use on our Tiktok and Instagram accounts. You’ll be working with our Communications team who will provide guidance.

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Marketing Content Intern, Corporate Volunteering

St Patrick's Community Support Centre — Winter (June - July)

This role is to support the Volunteer Coordinator in developing marketing material to encourage corporations to do paid volunteering at St Pat's. The marketing material will be used on our website and also sent to interested parties. The role will use your research, writing and marketing skills. You will be working with a team sharing ideas and strategies.

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Marketing and Communications Intern, Organisational Communication/Website Review

Sudbury House — Winter (June - July)

The intern will undertake the following tasks: Website Analysis and Optimisation: • Audit the organisation's website for usability, design, content, and SEO. • Recommend improvements to enhance visitor engagement. • Collaborate on implementing changes like content updates, navigation enhancement, and mobile optimisation. Social Media Management: • Assess current social media presence across platforms. • Develop a strategy to boost brand awareness and engagement. • Create and schedule platform-specific content. • Monitor and respond to social media activity. • Analyse metrics for performance insights. Content Creation and Curation: • Generate compelling content for web and social channels. • Brainstorm and develop content ideas aligned with goals. • Curate external content to position the organisation as an industry authority. Community Engagement: • Build relationships with followers and influencers. • Participate in online discussions to boost visibility. • Organise social media campaigns to encourage interaction. Analytics and Reporting: • Utilise analytics tools to track website and social media performance. • Produce reports summarizing key metrics for optimisation.

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Digital Content and Website Development Intern

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

The FASD Hub is looking for someone to join our dynamic team of two to assist with an exciting website migration. Based at Telethon Kids Institute in Perth, the FASD Hub is a national platform which brings together the latest evidence-based research and resources about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and alcohol harms in pregnancy. Ideally you will have experience writing web copy, resizing images for web using software such as Photoshop. Experience with WordPress is highly preferable.

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Literature Review Intern 1: Supportive Interventions Available for Children with Intellectual Disability

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

Mental health is a leading concern for children with intellectual disability. The Child Disability team at Telethon Kids Institute are seeking a highly motivated intern to work on a systematic review about available mental health supports for children with intellectual disabilities. This literature review is an important step which will help inform future grant planning. The intern may also have an opportunity to work on other research projects the Child Disability team are undertaking, taking into account their areas of interest.

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Literature Review Intern 2: Supportive Interventions Available for Children with Intellectual Disability

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

Mental health is a leading concern for children with intellectual disability. The Child Disability team at Telethon Kids Institute are seeking a highly motivated intern to work on a systematic review about available mental health supports for children with intellectual disabilities. This literature review is an important step which will help inform future grant planning. The intern may also have an opportunity to work on other research projects the Child Disability team are undertaking, taking into account their areas of interest.

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Medical Data Analyst Intern 1, Disease Categorisation

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

This internship offers a unique chance to be part of a groundbreaking project in medical research! We're developing a brand-new generative AI model to categorize diseases from research survey data. Your contribution will be essential: you'll be tagging survey data using well-established medical dictionaries. Here's what you'll do: -Use existing medical terminology resources (ontologies) to accurately classify illnesses mentioned in surveys. -Put your knowledge of medical terms to work by categorizing a wide range of diseases. -Ensure the data is consistent and accurate by following set guidelines. The impact? The data you tag will directly train and refine our AI model, ultimately leading to automated disease classification.

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Medical Data Analyst Intern 2, Disease Categorisation

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

This internship offers a unique chance to be part of a groundbreaking project in medical research! We're developing a brand-new generative AI model to categorize diseases from research survey data. Your contribution will be essential: you'll be tagging survey data using well-established medical dictionaries. Here's what you'll do: -Use existing medical terminology resources (ontologies) to accurately classify illnesses mentioned in surveys. -Put your knowledge of medical terms to work by categorizing a wide range of diseases. -Ensure the data is consistent and accurate by following set guidelines. The impact? The data you tag will directly train and refine our AI model, ultimately leading to automated disease classification.

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Medical Data Analyst Intern 3, Disease Categorisation

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

This internship offers a unique chance to be part of a groundbreaking project in medical research! We're developing a brand-new generative AI model to categorize diseases from research survey data. Your contribution will be essential: you'll be tagging survey data using well-established medical dictionaries. Here's what you'll do: -Use existing medical terminology resources (ontologies) to accurately classify illnesses mentioned in surveys. -Put your knowledge of medical terms to work by categorizing a wide range of diseases. -Ensure the data is consistent and accurate by following set guidelines. The impact? The data you tag will directly train and refine our AI model, ultimately leading to automated disease classification.

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Research Intern 1: Human Development and Community Wellbeing (Health Literacy)

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

This role will be based on site at Telethon Kids Institute, located at Perth Children's Hospital. The research intern will be supervised by Dr Thom Nevill, as part of the Human Development and Community Wellbeing Team. The role involves providing support across various projects with a main focus on transcribing qualitative interviews from parents about health literacy for themselves and their child. Interns will also be given an opportunity to attend meetings related to the research projects.

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Research Intern 2: Human Development and Community Wellbeing (Health Literacy)

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

This role will be based on site at Telethon Kids Institute, located at Perth Children's Hospital. The research intern will be supervised by Jess Keeley, as part of the Human Development and Community Wellbeing Team. The role involves providing support across various projects with a main focus on transcribing qualitative interviews from parents about health literacy for themselves and their child. Interns will also be given an opportunity to attend meetings related to the research projects.

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Research Intern: Parents, type 1 diabetes and mental health

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

We are seeking a highly motivated intern to work with the Healing Kids, Healing Families Team at Telethon Kids Institute to understand the mental health concerns of parents of children with Type 1 diabetes. The research intern will be working with the research team to review the literature around this topic, and to scope existing interventions for parents that will support development of future publications. The intern will attend team meetings, work with researchers to understand gaps in existing literature and help to identify future intervention avenues. The intern will also have the opportunity to attend professional development and training and find out about the work of the Telethon Kids Institute.

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Research intern, The ORIGINS Project (Iron levels in children)

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

The ORIGINS Project is a prospective, longitudinal birth cohort, recruiting 10,000 pregnant women and their partners antenatally and following each family over a five-year period. One sub-project within ORIGINS is looking at iron levels in 1, 3 and 5 year-old participants. The aims of this project are to understand (i) the health and behavioural outcomes associated with low iron levels, and how these are affected by iron supplementation and (ii) families’ experiences with low iron and iron supplementation. In this student project, we would like a student to complete a literature review on past research that has examined adherence and barriers to both dietary intervention and iron supplementation in children.

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Scoping review: Models of Care in the Youth Justice System and Research Experience

Telethon Kids Institute (TKI) — Winter (June - July)

The McCusker intern will be exposed to research opportunities in the Youth Mental Health and Kulunga Team at the Institute. In particular, they will assist with a scoping review concerning models of care in the youth justice system. This will involve examining the current literature both in Australia and internationally. This scoping review will inform other research being conducted at the Institute.

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Legal Intern 1, Piddington Legal Assistance Clinic

The Piddington Society — Winter (June - July)

Western Australia has the highest rate of Aboriginal incarceration in the nation, with an Indigenous person 16 times more likely to be imprisoned than a non-Indigenous person. It is well established that there WA has the highest rate of Aboriginal over-representation in the country with an Aboriginal population of ~4% but a prison population of 40%+. Additionally, there is an over-representation with arrest rates and contact with the criminal justice system such as being held in police custody In this context, it is foreseeable that due to such a significant number of Aboriginal people who are incarcerated, and the clamour for already limited resources, that there may be a number of individuals who should have access to appeal opportunities but do not realise this prospect. The Piddington Legal Assistance Clinic will connect law students and graduates with solicitors and barristers pursuing criminal appeals, and other legal aid defence cases. Project Intern will assist the PLT Director in establishing the Clinic, developing the IT infrastructure and procedures required, and undertake paralegal work in the pilot phase of the clinic. The intern will be supervised by a lawyer and will undertake legal research and writing.

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Legal Intern 2, Piddington Legal Assistance Clinic

The Piddington Society — Winter (June - July)

Western Australia has the highest rate of Aboriginal incarceration in the nation, with an Indigenous person 16 times more likely to be imprisoned than a non-Indigenous person. It is well established that there WA has the highest rate of Aboriginal over-representation in the country with an Aboriginal population of ~4% but a prison population of 40%+. Additionally, there is an over-representation with arrest rates and contact with the criminal justice system such as being held in police custody In this context, it is foreseeable that due to such a significant number of Aboriginal people who are incarcerated, and the clamour for already limited resources, that there may be a number of individuals who should have access to appeal opportunities but do not realise this prospect. The Piddington Legal Assistance Clinic will connect law students and graduates with solicitors and barristers pursuing criminal appeals, and other legal aid defence cases. Project Intern will assist the PLT Director in establishing the Clinic, developing the IT infrastructure and procedures required, and undertake paralegal work in the pilot phase of the clinic. The intern will be supervised by a lawyer and will undertake legal research and writing.

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Participant Engagement Intern 1

The Raine Study — Winter (June - July)

The Participant Engagement Intern will work with the Raine Study's Participant Engagement Team to assist with participant engagement research projects. They will also work with other Raine Study staff members involved in communications (staying connected with our cohort members and stakeholders) and Scientific Management (helping researchers who use the Raine Study's data). This placement offers students the opportunity to develop and improve their research skill and understand how research projects is developed and implemented. They will also be given opportunities to develop science communication and engagement knowledge, learning to a translate research to a broad range of scientific and non-scientific audiences.

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Participant Engagement Intern 2

The Raine Study — Winter (June - July)

The Participant Engagement Intern will work with the Raine Study's Participant Engagement Team to assist with participant engagement research projects. They will also work with other Raine Study staff members involved in communications (staying connected with our cohort members and stakeholders) and Scientific Management (helping researchers who use the Raine Study's data). This placement offers students the opportunity to develop and improve their research skill and understand how research projects is developed and implemented. They will also be given opportunities to develop science communication and engagement knowledge, learning to a translate research to a broad range of scientific and non-scientific audiences.

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Community Engagement Intern

The Spiers Centre — Winter (June - July)

Are you passionate about making a positive difference in your community? Do you have excellent communication, coordination, and relationship-building skills? If so, we want you to join our team as a Community Engagement Intern! As a Community Engagement Intern, you will be responsible for developing and implementing community engagement strategies and programs that align with our organisation’s vision, mission, and values. You will work closely with our staff, volunteers, partners, and community members to plan, facilitate, and evaluate community events, activities and initiatives that promote social inclusion, wellbeing, and resilience. If you're ready to make a genuine difference, we want to hear from you.

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Grants and Fundraising Intern

The Spiers Centre — Winter (June - July)

Do you wish to gain valuable hands-on experience in the non-profit sector, with exposure to various aspects of grant writing and fundraising? This could be an opportunity for you to develop and enhance your skills in research and learn to collaborate with professionals and external partners and stakeholders. The grants and fundraising intern will assist the development team in researching, writing, and submitting grant proposals to various foundations, trusts, and corporations. The intern will also help with planning, organising, and executing fundraising events and campaigns, as well as maintaining donor relations and records. Make an impact – be part of the change.

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Community Safety Intern

Town of Port Hedland — Winter (June - July)

This role will engage and support the Community Safety and Activations team around Antisocial Behaviour in our town square. As our intern, your first task will be to identify, address, and monitor issues of community safety and crime prevention. Following an initial understanding of the issues, you will assist in planning, developing, and supporting a range of projects and initiatives in the local community. In doing so, you will also engage with key stakeholders to proactively address local community safety needs.

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Research Intern 1, Lived Experience Project

UWA Centre for Social Policy Practice, Research and Development — Winter (June - July)

The Discipline of Social Work and Social Policy (SWSP) at UWA has a major focus on Lived and Living Experience in the teaching of its two courses. People with Lived and Living Experience of the issues commonly experienced by the service users of organisations in which social workers work collaborate with SWSP staff to help students understand the issues from their perspectives. These issues may include the experience of mental health conditions, homelessness, recovery from alcohol and drug use, survivors of family and domestic violence and others. The Lived Experience (LE) Educator has a central role in working with other teaching staff to enhance and embed the contribution of the people who provide valuable learning experiences for the students so that they gain the knowledge and skills to provide appropriate services to people experiencing these issues alongside their families, kin and significant others. The Intern would work closely with the LE Educator and other relevant staff members in the SWSP Discipline to develop a plan for the continued contribution Lived Experience can make to the education of student social workers. This would involve the following tasks working alongside the LE Educator: to describe current activities in the Discipline, undertake a literature review of successfully applied LE models in social work and other relevant courses, identify possibilities and appropriate models for LE contributions in SWSP, and identify potential further research.

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Research Intern 2, Lived Experience Project

UWA Centre for Social Policy Practice, Research and Development — Winter (June - July)

The Discipline of Social Work and Social Policy (SWSP) at UWA has a major focus on Lived and Living Experience in the teaching of its two courses. People with Lived and Living Experience of the issues commonly experienced by the service users of organisations in which social workers work collaborate with SWSP staff to help students understand the issues from their perspectives. These issues may include the experience of mental health conditions, homelessness, recovery from alcohol and drug use, survivors of family and domestic violence and others. The Lived Experience (LE) Educator has a central role in working with other teaching staff to enhance and embed the contribution of the people who provide valuable learning experiences for the students so that they gain the knowledge and skills to provide appropriate services to people experiencing these issues alongside their families, kin and significant others. The Intern would work closely with the LE Educator and other relevant staff members in the SWSP Discipline to develop a plan for the continued contribution Lived Experience can make to the education of student social workers. This would involve the following tasks working alongside the LE Educator: to describe current activities in the Discipline, undertake a literature review of successfully applied LE models in social work and other relevant courses, identify possibilities and appropriate models for LE contributions in SWSP, and identify potential further research.

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Communications and Stakeholder Engagement Intern

UWA Centre for Sustainable Development in the Indian Ocean (CSDIO) — Winter (June - July)

This is an exciting opportunity to assist with the development of the marketing and stakeholder strategy for the Centre for Sustainable Development in the Indian Ocean (CSDIO). Your initiative and creativity will be encouraged to assist in creating a communication strategy, website development, social media content and newsletter. Other tasks include: - Data base cleansing and review - Literature review and research - Meeting with stakeholders and helping to foster strong relationships and collaboration with the Centre.

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UWA Grand Challenges, Student Engagement Intern

UWA Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Education — Winter (June - July)

Grand Challenges are deep and difficult issues, with no clear solutions, that require new ways of working across disciplines and sectors to effectively address. The UWA Grand Challenges focuses UWA's efforts on solutions to Climate Change and A More Just and Equitable World. UWA contributes to these challenges through our education, teaching and research and our community engagement. The Grand Challenges team also provides co-curricular opportunities for UWA students to engage and to drive ongoing social and environmental impact. With 45% of people aged 16-25 experiencing climate anxiety, developing a sense of agency in UWA students is a key part of Grand Challenges remit. Partnering with various departments including Campus management, Grand Challenges will be running Sustainability Action August (Working title), a series of themed weeks and calls to action for UWA students to make meaningful changes, sustainable choices and highlight and share the positive impact that UWA researchers and students are making. This internship focuses on developing engagement activities for/with current UWA students to increase the number of sustainable choices they make. Adapted from Plastic Free July, this month will include several key events as well as a strong digital campaign aimed to mobilise the UWA student network. This internship will involve researching similar events, engaging with key stakeholders and planning a series of engagements and calls to action.

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Active Learning Research Intern

UWA School of Allied Health — Winter (June - July)

Working with the Active Learning Community of Practice (co-conveners Nikki Schoenfeldt and Stephan Lund) this intern will be assisting with a scoping review into the topic of active learning in higher education institutions. Ideally the intern will have some well developed research and writing skills with an interest in a mainly desktop project working with a team of interested academics. The intern can have a desk in the CTEC Building for the duration of their internship.

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Children's University STEM Outreach Intern

UWA Student Equity — Winter (June - July)

Children's University is an equity outreach program delivered by The University of Western Australia, Edith Cowan University, and Children's University Australasia. It fosters a love of learning and aspirations for lifelong learning for primary school children, working especially closely in school communities that are traditionally underrepresented at university. Through the program, children are encouraged to participate in voluntary extracurricular learning beyond the classroom. This can include learning experiences in the community at partner CU Learning Destinations, at CU UWA Holiday Programs, and at home. In 2021, Children's University received an Inspiring WA STEM Grant to produce 'STEM Out Of The Box' activity kits that low SES and regional children could complete at home: https://www.facebook.com/ChildrensUniversityWAPartnership/posts/pfbid021HXPhi7N8QSteCHk4gKiYBJ946nsNoakHiRW178VfQoLipvjYVXG7hxSy2RPvupCl For this internship, your project will be to adapt the 'STEM Out Of The Box' home kit activities for use for on-campus workshops for children. Over several weeks you will design the workshop activities (with feedback from the wider Student Equity team) and then co-deliver the workshops with the Children's University Coordinator at our July School Holiday on-campus events. This is an exciting project that will help you to develop skills in education, design, communication, STEM knowledge, and community engagement.

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Evaluation Intern: Qualitative Analysis of Safe and Respectful Communities Framework Consultation

UWA Student Success & Wellbeing — Winter (June - July)

The role will contribute to the analysis of consultation focus groups for the Safe and Respectful Communities Framework. The Framework is a whole of university approach to building a safe and respectful UWA community -summarising feedback from consultative focus groups, identifying themes to inform development of the Framework. - contributing to the preparation of a consultation summary report

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Digital Content Intern, ACVVS Story - Video Project

Umbrella Multicultural Community Care Services — Winter (June - July)

The role entails active participation in the Aged Care Volunteer Visitor Scheme (ACVVS) program, an initiative designed to provide companionship and support to elderly individuals living at home or in residential care facilities. The program's primary objective is to enhance the well-being of elderly people by fostering meaningful connections through regular visits from trained bilingual volunteers. The intern will contribute to this mission by crafting video narratives that showcase the program's impact, highlighting the positive outcomes experienced by both clients and volunteers. Responsibilities include filming, editing, and producing engaging stories that underscore the program's effectiveness in promoting social connection and enhancing the quality of life for elderly individuals. The intern will collaborate closely with clients, volunteers, and staff members to curate content, ensuring authenticity and faithfulness to their experiences.

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Project Intern, HR Analyst

Uniting WA — Winter (June - July)

The role will be a HR analyst role which includes mapping HR process for the implementation of a new HRIS. The student will be working with the Payroll/L&D/HR teams.

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Grants and Sponsorship Intern

WA Child Safety Services — Winter (June - July)

The grants intern will work closely with the CEO to proactively work to position the organisation to be in a position to apply for grants as and when they come up. The intern will be working on the Theory of Change for each of our programs and refine the outcomes of the programs we currently run. They will also be assisting the CEO with sponsorship proposals.

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Research Intern, Parent Community Group Long Form Survey

WA Council of State School Organisations (WACSSO) — Winter (June - July)

1. Carry out phone interviews: assist with a long form conversational phone survey of key representatives from 650 WACSSO Parents & Citizens (P&C) incorporated associations, with the purpose of: a. Data integrity (clarifying people in roles and their contact details) b. Clarifying P&C demographics and details (clarifying their status as employers, canteen operators, etc) c. Apprising and getting feedback on WACSSO invoice changes d. understanding the top concerns of P&Cs (by asking an open ended question and taking notes). These conversations are intended to be conversational rather than scripted, will be 10 to 20 minutes in length, and the representative you are calling is a member of our organisation (e.g. this is not cold calling). Take comprehensive notes and input interview outcomes into a spreadsheet. We would provide the questions and fall back scripts as need to ensure you are successful in this role. 2. Incidental assistance in preparation for our Conference in August

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Research Intern: WACSSO Election Position Paper

WA Council of State School Organisations (WACSSO) — Winter (June - July)

The Western Australian Council of State School Organisations (WACSSO) is the peak body representing parents of public school students in Western Australia. We provide services and representation at State and National level to more than 650 Parents and Citizens Associations (P&Cs) in Western Australia. Along with advice and support to P&Cs, we also commit a significant portion of our time and resources to advocacy initiatives. This role will support the Marketing and Communications specialist with the development of our State Election Position Paper. Having already identified the major themes of this paper, we are now seeking an intern with an interest in education, advocacy and/or politics to research our selected themes fully and write an informed paper that captures our position and lays out action items that we can raise to the State government. This paper will form the foundation of a major advocacy event in February 2025, when we invite parents to engage with education portfolio representatives, including the current Education Minister. Here is a link to our previous position papers for reference: https://www.wacsso.wa.edu.au/advocacy/position-papers/ If time allows, we will also use this role to make a start on our Federal election position paper.

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Project Intern, Access and Outreach

West Australian Ballet — Winter (June - July)

The intern would be working within the Access & Outreach department at West Australian Ballet. We are looking for an intern to run a project from conception to completion, in organising the assets (both photography and video footage) for every project that the department has undertaken, and then putting a plan in place for future photography and videography.

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Content and Video Production for Social Media Intern

Western Australian Primary Principals' Association — Winter (June - July)

The role will be managed by the Communications Officer, helping to set up and Launch Instagram for the first time for the company. The intern will be working to create content and a social media plan for Instagram and if time, will help evaluate the overall social media plan. Second to that, the intern will be creating video loops for our partners and exhibitors for our annual conference to be held at the end of August. This will include a video display with a Barbie and Ken theme for our Gala Dinner. We would like an intern who has sound experience using Instagram and creating videos/editing short videos. They will have access to Canva as if needed, video editing software. Some website updates may be included depending on the experience of the intern. They will not be interacting with individuals outside of the Business Center.

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WEROC Public Health Planning Intern

Wheatbelt East Regional Organisation of Councils (WEROC) — Winter (June - July)

As the WEROC Public Health Planning Intern, your primary responsibility will be to assist with the development of a Public Health Plan covering the WEROC Local Governments. This will involve the collection and analysis of key demographic and health data for each Local Government area, the development, administration and analysis of a community health survey and a desktop review of relevant literature, planning and legislation relating to public health. This information will be collated to help inform strategies and actions to address priority risk factors and priority populations within the WEROC region.

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WEROC Social Impact Assessment Intern

Wheatbelt East Regional Organisation of Councils (WEROC) — Winter (June - July)

As the WEROC Social Impact Assessment Intern, you will be responsible for identifying and evaluating the possible social impacts of large-scale developments (renewable and extractable) in the WEROC region. This will involve conducting research and engaging with communities to understand how proposed or recently commenced large scale developments will impact on matters such as workforce availability, access to housing/accommodation, local services, and community health and wellbeing, and developing strategies to manage and minimize negative impacts while enhancing positive outcomes.

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Vulnerable Population Engagement Intern

Willetton Family Practice — Winter (June - July)

The intern will work closely with the Practice Manager in planning a program to engage with vulnerable populations such as homeless people, First Nation people and CaLD community, providing education to assist with their health and well-being. While the Intern will be working out of a medical practice in Willetton, there will be the option for the Intern to attend the community in Fremantle and Armadale with an experienced team.

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Youth Worker Intern

Youth Involvement Council — Winter (June - July)

YIC is seeking someone passionate about empowering at risk young people and supporting their families and community. The intern will join youth workers to support the delivery of activities to children and youth aged 5-25. YIC programs are aimed at building trusting relationships and addressing life challenges. YIC work with over 500 children/young people each year. This is an extremely rewarding role but can be very confronting at times so the team meet regularly to support one other.

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Human Resource Intern

Zonta House — Winter (June - July)

As an HR Intern, you will provide support in our HR projects and in carrying out the day-to-day HR activities at our organisation. Additionally, you will help with health and safety compliance. You will be mentored by our HR Business Partner to gain in-depth knowledge of HR functions. As an HR intern, you will be involved in various aspects of HR, assisting with administrative tasks, recruitment, training, and other HR initiatives. In this role, you will get an opportunity to: - utilise your creative mind to help us create posters to help foster a positive and inclusive culture. - gain knowledge on HR laws, regulations, and best practices to ensure compliance and drive continuous improvement in HR processes - Assist with employee training and development initiatives, including scheduling training sessions, organising training materials, and tracking employee participation. - improve your confidence communicating over the phone as you assist us with our recruitment activities We are looking for a self-motivated individual with a passion for People and Culture, and a desire to learn within a non-profit organisation. If you are a friendly individual and eager to learn what it takes to create a positive work culture, apply now!

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Marketing and Communications Intern - Social Media Strategy and Design

Zonta House — Winter (June - July)

As a Digital Content Intern specializing in Social Media Strategy and Design, you will play a crucial role in developing and executing a comprehensive 12-month social media content plan for the organisations social media channels (Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn). This plan is part of the organisations Strategic Plan to further enhance the organisations brand and placement within the Community Services Sector. This role involves generating engaging content ideas, planning content calendars, and designing social media tiles, including short videos and reels covering various key dates within the year celebrated by the organisation including but not limited to NAIDOC Week, International Women's Day, 16 Days in WA, Sorry Day, Volunteer Week, RU OK Day. You will collaborate closely with the Communications and Engagement Officer and External Relations Committee to ensure consistency with brand messaging and marketing objectives. The intern will work alongside our team to help convey Zonta House's mission, values, and impact to various stakeholders. This role is ideal for students currently pursuing degrees in Communication and Media Studies, Marketing, or Graphic Design, as well as individuals who can showcase relevant experience in these field. Join us in shaping an engaging and impactful social media presence that resonates with our audience and drives meaningful connections with our brand!

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