Health Promotion Intern, Engagement Research Project

Role Title: Health Promotion Intern, Engagement Research Project

Organisation: Fair Game

Internship Period: Summer (November - December)

Location: Bassendean, Pilbara, Kimberley

Role Description

If you’re excited by the following, then this internship could be the one for you:
Travelling and seeing towns off-the-beaten-track Connecting with communities and learning from locals Adventure & the outdoors A vibrant ever-changing office Meeting people from all walks of life Love working with people Health, wellness and fitness Fair Game Australia is looking for an enthusiastic intern who can help plan, organise and join our Fair Game Academy Volunteer Trips visiting remote and regional Western Australian communities. In addition, this role will incorporate a research project assessing the impact of Fair Game volunteering on individuals. Fair Game Australia is a not-for-profit organisation with the mission of creating an equitable, healthier and more sustainable Australia. Find out more about Fair Game here. About the Role You would be supporting our team with planning, organising and leading week-long and weekend trips into Remote and Regional Western Australia to help our enthusiastic volunteers to deliver sport, health and wellness programs to under-served communities. You will split your time between trip planning, being on the road with our amazing volunteers and collection, evaluation and presentation of data assessing the impacts of volunteering.



Organisation Focus Areas

Organisation Mission

FAIR GAME provides unique health & fitness programs and recycled sports equipment, building the capacity of under-serviced communities to promote healthy lifestyle choices and live healthier lives. We aim to reduce the risk of lifestyle related disease, build social cohesion and improve mental well-being.