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As the end of the year is fast approaching, many organisations start preparing for their 2018 intakes. Although immediate start positions are still available - especially in the fields of Marketing, Accounting, Business Administration and Human Resources (please, find more about those opportunities here: http://www.internships.com.au/vacancies

We understand that a lot of students are already starting to plan their schedules for next year – especially if internships are a part of their university curriculum and are required for academic credit. To avoid disappointment, please keep in mind our lead time (up to 4 months for professional program and up to 6 months for hospitality) to ensure there is sufficient time to organize the paperwork, check eligibility and apply for the program.

 

 We would love to hear from you! – Please contact your Marketing Representative for more details.

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V1618 – Tourism / Marketing Internship (Sydney)

This organisation is the largest provider of budget travel accommodation in Australia, with a network of more than 70 hostels in every state and territory around the country. They are also part of the world's largest budget accommodation network, which has more than 3500 hostels in 60 countries.

For more details, click here.

 

V1617 – Information Technology (Sydney)

Fantastic IT Opportunity in a One of the largest hotel management groups in Asia Pacific.

For more details, click here.

 

V1603 – Graphic Design (Melbourne)

Headquartered in Australia, this company has a diversified portfolio in travel related services. The core business is creating a full suite of up market, ROI-driven, highly customized, strategic travel-related services for clients spread out across the globe.

For more details, click here.

V1594 – Telecommunications (Sydney)

Reporting to the Network Operations Manager, Operations Support and Project Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating customer, device and network support activities in this Sydney based telecom company.

For more details, click here.

 
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NOAH REAPE

 

Age: 22

Field:  Marketing

City: Melbourne

Nationality: American

 

Why did you choose to complete an Internship?

My university (Drexel) back in the states is not your standard 4-year university with 2 semesters each year. It is a 5-year university built in with 6-month co-operative education opportunities in the form of working internships in our specified field of study. As this past spring and current summer was my 3rd and final co-op cycle, I wanted to do something different and challenge myself in new ways by deciding to do my final cycle abroad in Ireland for the spring and here in Melbourne for the summer.

 

What have you learned the most during your internship?

I have worked on an array of projects in the past few weeks mostly with website mockups and updates as well as contributing articles. I have learned the most about creating ads and campaigns with digital marketing tools such as google adwords and analyzing company website statistics.

 

What benefits do you feel AI contributed to your internship and time in Australia?

Australian Internships was helpful every step of the way in the process leading up to coming here. Consistent contact was very helpful and I didn’t feel at any point in the process leading up that I wasn’t “in the know”.

 
What have you learned the most during your internship?

I enjoy how different it is and how it’s not that different at the same time. There are quite a few similarities of big city living here and back in Philadelphia in the States as well. 

What advice you would offer someone considering interning abroad in Australia?

My advice for future interns is to get out and explore the city you are in as much as you can on the weekends. Here in Melbourne, it is super easy to navigate around anywhere via train, tram or just walking.

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JOY LI

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM SUPERVISOR

 

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My name is Joy.  I am the Internship Program Supervisor at the Australian Internship.  I have lived and worked in different parts of the world with multi nationalities and cultures for quite a number of years.  Most of those years have been in the field of Education.  I enjoy meeting with people from different backgrounds and cultures.   When I am not working, I like to travel, being outdoors.


How would you describe your work?

My role as an Internship Program Supervisor is to provide support to all our interns.  That includes very close communication with my interns, assisting them with their enquiries.  Most importantly, to ensure smooth preparation for their journey to their internship program and throughout the internship experience. 

 
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What do you like the most about your work?

I think the most rewarding moment for me is when I see my intern has been excelled in their internship.  I get inspired when they share how much they enjoy their experience and getting the most out of their particular trainings. 


Your message to the interns?

To take charge of their internship and be confidence when they face challenges.  The more you put into it and the more you will be gained from the experience.  Taking on the learning mode as you take this internship as a stepping stone for future endeavours  

 

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