Using a range of strategies and engaging your networks can help you find and secure your Science internship.
There are two ways to find internship opportunities:
- Advertisements, organisation websites (visible job market)
- Direct approach, word of mouth (hidden job market)
Advertisements, Organisation Websites (Visible Job Market)
Many websites advertise internship opportunities. You can start by looking at these:
The first place for you to look for an internship placement is in Current Opportunities.
If you’re applying for an internship to gain credit towards SCIF2199, make sure the internship is:
- for a minimum of 105 hours total (3 weeks full time)
- ensure your host fills out the Work Placement Agreement Form
- once you have been offered an internship this must be signed and approved by the host and course convenor to allow you to enrol in the course.