Internship: Indigenous Public Programs

 

Indigenous Public Programs

Eligibility: Applicants must identify as indigenous (genuine occupational qualification under s14 of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 ).

This exciting internship project offers the opportunity for an intern to contribute to aspects of the development, preparation and delivery of a number of indigenous cultural programs, including NAIDOC Week. The internship will enable the student to gain first-hand experience of working in a state government cultural institution as well as gain an understanding of the processes involved in developing and executing indigenous cultural programs. Working under guidance, the intern will undertake administrative and hands-on tasks to support event development, logistics and delivery.

Application deadline: 10am, Monday 1 April 2019


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Students wishing to apply for one of our internships must meet specific criteria and submit a letter of interest, CV and Student Information Form. Find out more about the eligibility requirements and how to apply.

Two young women seated at long table with ipad and brochures, with wall of books behind.
Marketing and Media intern Lori (left) reviewing Sydney Open iPad content with her supervisor Carli. Photo Alison Waterhouse © Sydney Living Museums

Project outline & student information form

Project Outline: Indigenous Public Programs internship Semester 1 2019
Student Information Form: Indigenous internship