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We are halfway into Autumn in Australia already, with the leaves taking on delightful shades of orange, red, and purple! Busy is the word of the month here, with the team working to place interns from around the world!
For those in the Northern Hemisphere it is time to prepare your candidates to complete an internship in Australia during their summer break, feel free to submit documents, enquiries and candidates with interest in coming to the land Down Under to the marketing and admissions team at AI.


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V1258: Business CommerceInternship Opportunity

Australia's oldest and most experienced recruitment agency who believe that to lead and shape the employment service market they must provide partnerships with their clients that achieve higher levels of growth whilst delivering a continuously improving service. National network of over 50 major account centre and local branches 500 colleagues and over 10,000 temporary associates on assignment every week around 2,500 customers served in any given week 24 hours, 7 days a week service and support to national database of client and candidate information Innovating computerised testing and assessment.
Tasks will include, but not limited to:

  • Contracts Repository – Collating and building an Excel Database of all contracts (start date, end date, brief description, $, Business Sponsor, etc.)
  • Medical Assessments Project – transitioning to new provider. Create communications, liaise with Branch Managers nationally to communicate roll out dates,  provider details, etc.
  • Communications / Updating of Intranet – publishing and updating accurate and up to date information on the intranet.


V1268: IT Internship Opportunity

This company is a tutoring centre in Sydney, which provides tuition classes for students of all grades, and also provides preparation classes for NAPLAN, Opportunity Class, & Selective tests, Olympiads, ICAS tests etc. Their experienced teachers ensure that students are challenged to the best of their ability. They have structured classes for group lessons and customized one to one lessons to cater for the individual needs of the students. They offer huge possibilities for provision of educational resources, from tough exams to homework help.
Tasks will include, but not limited to:

  • Prepare demo codes and sample program
  • course content preparation for robotics and electronics
  • Presentation preparation for training and replicating the demo code on device.
  • Programming for Andreno and Drone
  • Blog writing for Robotics and Stem related


V1271: Recreational Adventure Operator Internship

The company is a recreational adventure operator located 12km from the heart of Brisbane. They offer activities for locals and international tourists, as well as organizing group adventures for corporate, school and other large groups.
Tasks will include, but not limited to:

  • Handling in person, over the phone and online customer enquiries
  • Organising adventure bookings and preparing equipment for sessions – including hire briefings
  • Assisting with online marketing and social media
  • Performing general day to day operational tasks


V1272: Corporate Sustainability Internship Opportunity

A large part of this host’s work involves raising awareness about the scale and relevance of major environmental challenges and the commercial solutions that business and industry can provide. They represent a rapidly growing coalition of members who will be the backbone of the next era of wealth generation by providing commercial solutions to environmental challenges.
Tasks will include, but not limited to:

  • Research
  • Report writing
  • Event management


V1273: Marketing Internship Opportunity

The Host Organisation has clients throughout the tourism industry and is establish for almost 20 years! This Host Organisation manages all of their clients marketing needs. This includes social media, website design, branding, strategy, and more.
Tasks will include, but not limited to:

  • Research
  • Data entry
  • Content retrieval
  • Social media marketing
  • Various other marketing duties



Jessika Cristina Goltara Cruz

Age: 23
City: Gold Coast, Queensland
Nationality: Brazilian


Why did you decide to do your internship in Australia?
I was looking for international work experience in an English speaking country. But finding an internship by contacting the company directly can be very difficult sometimes, then I heard about Australian Internships and that they organise everything for you. Choosing AI to help me in this process was the best thing I did and also Australia is one of the largest economies in the world, with a great market in civil engineering. Have the opportunity to work in a country so well known for its great economy, high technological development, high quality of life is life-changing. Not to mention the wonderful beaches and cities.


What made this experience unique and special?
Having the opportunity to participate in a program like this was one of the most enriching experiences I've had in my life. On the professional side, I was able to work on a project I had never worked on before. An incredible project where I could learn so many new and interesting things, besides improving my English and learning the technical terms. I had the best supervisor I could imagine, always teaching me new things, giving me high level tasks such as commercial communication and also giving me exposure to complex bridge works including marine works and post tensioning works. On the personal side, I was able to meet so many different places and people that I will never forget and most importantly, I got to know myself better.

How has this experience impacted your future?
This experience will certainly open many doors in the job market for me. Doors that would not be easy to reach without this opportunity. The Brazilian labor market is very competitive, and I want to compete with the best and to do that is necessary to have a good curriculum. For sure this experience will put me in a prominent place in my search for a job.
And also when you live abroad you know people from cultures and styles totally different from yours. The fact of relating to so many different cultures will certainly help me in future professional and daily relationships.

What was the highlight of your experience?
I remember that before I started the internship program, when I was still at home in Brazil, despite all the enthusiasm of living this new experience, I was also very scared of all this. I, a 23-year-old girl who had just graduated, with little experience in the job market, would be about to start working for a company abroad in a whole new project, and everything would be in a different language. I definitely had butterflies in my stomach. But I gathered all the courage I had and put it inside my luggage and here I am. It is certainly not an easy experience, you face a new challenge every day. And now that I'm almost at the end of this internship program, the feeling I have is that from now on I'll be able to cope with anything. After going through all this experience here in Australia, I know that I will be able to overcome any challenge that is in front of me. I look at my future and even without knowing what to come I know that I will be able to face anything, and this is one of the best feelings I have ever had in my life. Another factor that I think is worth highlighting are the people who cross your path. People who make this whole journey possible. I will take with me all the friendships I have made here.

What advice you would offer someone considering interning abroad in Australia?
It is certainly a worthwhile experience. Getting out of our comfort zone is not always an easy thing, but once done, is very rewarding. Bring with you all your enthusiasm and dedication. Hard work always pays off. Australia is an amazing country with amazing people.



Alyssa Wickline


Age: 24
City: Brisbane
Nationality: American


I’m originally from the US and have been interning for about 6 months on a Marketing Team. I love the relaxed lifestyle that Australian’s have and hope to bring that with me no matter where I’m living.

How would you describe your work?
Diverse! In the Marketing Team, I’m able to work on a variety of different things. It keeps the work exciting, fresh and the days are never the same; I love that every day I can work on something new.



What do you like the most about your work?
I love that it’s always changing. There are always new ways of doing things and there’s plenty of room to get creative to what works best. My favourite part of my work is looking at results and brainstorming with the team on ways to improve based on that data.

Your message to the interns?
Don’t give up! It can be hard to get into the industry you want, especially in another country. If you put your all into your work and are continuously trying to improve your skills and knowledge, there is no doubt that you will meet your goals in no time!


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