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T3 2019 OPPORTUNITIES
|EML Internships: Injury Management and Workers Compensation|
Suitable for: Medical Science students (3991 program)
Internship Length: Part-time, 8 Weeks
Start date: Wednesday 18 September 2019
Work Days: Wednesdays and Fridays (7.5 hours per day)
Application Deadline: 5 August 2019
EML are injury management and workers compensation specialists who manage workers insurance, personal injury claims and support injured workers to return to work. EML are seeking Medical Science students for an 8-week internship during T3 2019.
Interns will work within the Claims Benefits team, shadowing Case Managers, Injury Management Specialists and Technical Specialists to support injured workers after a workplace injury. Interns will have the opportunity to review claims, liaise with solicitors and medical panels, gain experience in trend analysis and workflow management, and provide recommendations based on their research. The interns will have the opportunity to present this to Senior Manager in the final week of their research.
The internship program commences on Wednesday 18 September 2019. Interns will work for 2 days per week (7.5 hours per day) on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Further details of the program:
Step 1: Apply to EML
For further information, including how to apply, please click HERE. Students should direct questions about the internship to EML:
Long Nguyen | Talent Acquisition Specialist
Step 2: Apply for SCIF2199
Students who have been offered an internship position with EML can apply to do the experience for SCIF2199 credit. Students applying for SCIF2199 credit must meet the normal eligibility requirements for SCIF2199, and be undertaking a 3991 (Medical Science) program. Questions related to SCIF2199 credit, including eligibility and application process, can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|PROJECT EVEREST INTERNSHIPS|
Intern with Project Everest this summer and gain credit towards your degree! With the ever-growing call on science and tech to address the complex social issues of the world, science students are required to expand their thinking beyond the lab and traditional roles. Project Everest brings together teams of multidisciplinary students to solve environmental, health and social problems in disadvantaged communities around the world. Approved opportunities are available in Malawi, India, Fiji and Timor-Leste.
Suitable for: Various science programs and majors. Please see table below for approved programs/majors.
Internship Length: Full-time, 4 Weeks
Internship Dates: 5 to 29 of January 2020
Step 1: Apply to Project Everest
Step 2: Apply for SCIF2199
Students who have been offered an internship position in one of the approved Project Everest projects can apply to do the experience for SCIF2199 credit. Students applying for SCIF2199 creditmust meet the normal eligibility requirements for SCIF2199, and be undertaking an approved major/program for the internship project they are completing. Questions related to SCIF2199 credit, including eligibility and application process, can be directed to email@example.com
The following projects and majors/programs are approved for SCIF2199 credit:
Malaysia Internships - Applications now closed for Summer 19/20.
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