The end of semester 2, and the end of 2020, is quickly approaching, with just a few weeks of classes left. This year has been an interesting one, especially for first year students, who experienced their first taste of uni life in a completely unique way. For these students, you may be wondering what comes next? What will second year have in store for you? … Continue reading What I wish I knew at the end of first year…
While overseas travel isn’t viable for La Trobe students at the moment, the answer to that question might surprise you. La Trobe has an extensive, world-spanning network of partner organisations, many of which are offering virtual study or work experiences to students. Being able to study Business or International Relations and learn about culture in Italy, interning at an Engineering firm in Spain or working … Continue reading Can you gain international study or work experience in 2020?
Do you have a passion for writing? Have you ever thought “Wow, I’d love to be part of creating a blog?” Then this is the position for you! The Wise ASSC blog is looking for a 2020/2021 summer intern! The ASSC Blog internship is compatible with subjects such as ASC3WPP and MAC3INT, so if you’re trying to find an elective subject then look no further. … Continue reading Get a Summer Internship at the Wise ASSC blog!
Undertake placement and gain credit for it in Semester 2, 2020 We have some great opportunities available including positions in Marketing, Production & Website Development. Am I eligible? If you are an undergraduate student, have completed 120 credit points and have a spare elective, you can express interest in any of the placements. Click here for internship information How do I express interest? Contact the … Continue reading Placements in Semester 2: Get credit and experience!
Have you ever thought, “Gee, I’d love to intern at the Wise ASSC blog”? Well, it’s your lucky day because we are looking for an intern for Semester 2! If writing is your passion, and you have a spare elective and want to take an internship subject in Semester 2, such as ASC3WPP or MAC3INT, then we want to hear from you. If you want … Continue reading Intern at the Wise ASSC blog
Do you want to undertake a placement and gain credit for it in Semester 1, 2020? We have some great opportunities available to you on-campus and off-campus! Am I eligible? If you have completed 120 credit points and have a spare elective, you can express interest in any of the placements. Click here for internship information, including a list of available positions. How do I … Continue reading Get career ready AND earn credit!
Completing an internship is one of the most beneficial things that you can do during your degree. Not only does it look awesome on your resume, but it gives you an opportunity to demonstrate what you already know, and put all that theory into action! The Grattan Institute internships provide opportunities for tertiary students or recent graduates interested in public policy to develop their research … Continue reading Grattan Institute Internship Opportunities
As Rhiannon reaches the end of her internship, she reflects on her time here at the Wise ASSC Blog and La Trobe. The past eleven weeks have flown by, and I’m getting closer and closer to finishing my degree. With six months left, I am grateful to have had the opportunity to undertake this internship. The team at the blog have helped me develop my … Continue reading Internship reflections: Time Is Flying By
Our guest blogger, Brigitte Theuma, brings us the last instalment narrating the journey of her internship at Ford Motor Company Australia, and shares what the experience has taught her as she contemplates life after uni. My project at Ford Motor Company Australia Limited has been nothing but amazing! It is as though every time I think I’ve really grasped my knowledge about electric cars, I … Continue reading Interning: Boosting personal and professional confidence
Through a two-week international internship opportunity, La Trobe students will have the opportunity to learn about the impacts of climate change in Samoa and actively participate in discussions with sections of the government, businesses and communities. Dates: Saturday 28 September – Saturday 12 October 2019 The opportunity is delivered by CERES Global, the international outreach project of CERES Community Environment Park in Brunswick, and is associated … Continue reading Study and Travel with CERES Global in Samoa