Welcome to our AI August Newsletter!

As we hit the middle of the Australian winter season Australian Internships has a lot of wonderful winter warmers with unlimited fantastic internship opportunities!

This month we are pleased to offer FREE INFO SESSIONS for our global partners! Weather you want a refresher on our programs, a training session for your staff or free info session for students and parents, our team are happy to assist with quick and flexible scheduling times. Info sessions can be conducted in English, Portuguese or French. Talk to your Marketing Representative to book your face to face or Skype Info Session!

Australian Hospitality Industry Boom – 200+ Hospitality Vacancies!

The Australian hospitality industry provides employment opportunities for more than 270,000 people across the country. Australian Internships works with most 4 – 5 star hotel and resort chains and leading restaurants around the country. We are pleased to confirm that there are currently over 200+ paid vacancies available in Food and Beverage, Culinary and Front Office departments with leading Hotels, Resorts and Restaurant groups across Australia. Interns are in high demand with many of the amazing opportunities available for Chefs and Food and Beverage candidates.

V1122 Marketing Internship in Melbourne


The role comprises of assisting the project director conduct market research, develop marketing campaigns for products and creating materials for events and promotions. Interns will also assist in website maintenance and updates whilst managing the social media platforms. To be eligible for this opportunity, the ideal applicant will address the following requirements:

•    Previous experience in a similar marketing role desirable.
•    Interest in Intercultural understanding
•    Degree in marketing, music, art or intercultural studies highly preferred.
•    Must have one’s own blog
•    Strong and confident communicator
•    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
•    Good knowledge of social media  and web
•    Ability to work independently and as a part of the team
•    Must have excellent organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to prioritize in a changing environment 

V1033 Tourism internships in Perth


Based in Perth, these local backpackers are opening their doors to offer an internship in Operational Management and Travel/ Tourism Administration. Joining a team of approximately 8 people, interns will learn the daily responsibilities and assist with service management. In order to be eligible, interns will be required to have Responsible Service of Alcohol with knowledge in hospitality ideal. Interns will develop computer skills and learn operations of hospitality booking systems. Excellent English (both communications in verbal and written) and comprehension essential! Training in approved manager certificate for licensed premises provided.

V1059 Web Design internship in Brisbane


A fantastic opportunity has presented itself with a well established and very ambitious I.T. company specialising in graphic design. The successful intern will be given direction & training, will be provided support by the creative director which will hone the interns skills based on current industry standards. Training in systems including InDesign, Photoshop, adobe acrobat and Project Management packages. Exposure to working with large corporate clients. 

V1083 Front Office internship in Melbourne


This Host Organisation is offering a Front Office Internship as a Guest Service Agent and is seeking someone that is born for the hospitality industry, fun and friendly with service skills that will impress their guests, exceed expectations and have the drive and motivation to learn, grow and develop within the hospitality industry.

V1123 Business Administration internship in Sydney


An administration opportunity for an intern to join a Melbourne based Engineering consultancy has opened with one of our hosting organisations and is available for an IMMEDIATE START!

An intern with strong English, full time availability and immediate start date may express interest for this opportunity NOW!


Name: Jose Luis Toledo
Age: 21
Field: Business (Project Management in Tourism)
City: Brisbane
Nationality: Mexican

Why did you choose to complete an Internship?
Because work experience is always valuable, also, it is an excellent complement for the undergraduate degree once you finish university. The industry requires proficient professionals to overtake the current challenges and contribute proactively to the organisations goals.  

What have you learned the most during your internship?
The main thing is about project management, try to follow deadlines and align efforts to collaborate within a team to get the projects over the line. In addition, I have acquired industry knowledge in Queensland, since I have been involved in a number of projects aim to develop capability and skills for the tourism and hospitality industry. I had such a wonderful host organisations, providing me with a valuable exposure to industry events and networking, as well as work meeting with stakeholders and the government.

Tell us what you are doing in your internship?
The company I work for is quite unique. It’s a large company with multiple departments that are connected through financial interests. One part of the company focuses on development and the other is one of the largest owners of retirement communities. I work under the second department, where I manage 7 villages’ monthly expenses. I am in charge of billing residents monthly and keeping up to date with corporate charges, outstanding balances, and miscellaneous fees within each village. I am so thankful for the amount of responsibility my organization has given me and I am so excited to learn and grow from them as I progress in this internship.

Do you have any advice for future interns? 
My advice would be to challenge yourself. This goes for in and out of the workforce frankly. During my time in the office I make daily to do lists of tasks I need to complete within the hour and or by the end of the day. Yes it is very challenging and hard in the start but it has encouraged me to step out of my comfort zone and ask questions, think critically, and arrive at a conclusion. Even outside of the workforce, adjusting to a new environment can be difficult. I suggest getting involved in anyway you can whether that be sports, community service, a part-time job, and so forth, this is how you will meet people and enjoy your time much more.  

What do you enjoy about Australia?
I love everything about Australia! I really have nothing bad to say about this place. Being based in Sydney provides me with so much opportunity in terms of sights to see, transit, accessibility to the beach, mountains, and city that is has been a blessing to live here thus far.



I am originally from France with a Master Degree in Management and International Business. Having completed two internships during my studies including one in Australia, I want to give international students the opportunity to benefit from Australian Internships’ services. As a previous education agent for 3 years, I have got the knowledge and understanding of the education industry. I speak three languages, French, English and Spanish and have travelled to Europe (Ireland, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium), Asia (Hong Kong, Thailand, Cambodia) and Dubai. I have also lived for several years in The Reunion Island, New Caledonia and Australia, acquiring a good understanding of the apprehensions and also benefits of travelling overseas.

How would you describe your work?
I am a Marketing Executive at Australian Internships and I love my job because I am in contact with partners and students from all over the world. My work is very diverse and challenging which is ideal for me.


What do you like the most about your work?
What I like most is being in contact with partners from different nationality/cultures. I am very passionate about the international education sector. I love to help students to achieve their dream of coming to Australia!

Your message to the interns
Having come from a French background I know the challenges faced by internationals coming to Australia. Take the opportunity to travel and make international friends. Make the most of this wonderful opportunity, as you never know when you will have the chance to live and work abroad again!


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