CareerDC Internships charge a fee for the coordination of each internship program. You will get a tailored resume, interview training, unlimited interviews, access to our network of host companies, an internship placement relevant to your studies, an accredited WIL course and support during your internship.
The Environmental Internship Program is a great option for students and graduates who want to experience real tasks and get practical skills in Environmental Management or Environmental Science.
The internship will give you industry work experience and academic credit towards your Environmental studies.
If you have already graduated or if an internship is not a study requirement, you can still apply for an Environmental Internship and combine it with an accredited Work Integrated Learning program.
The internship program is set up to help you gain practical work experience with an Australian company and help you to prepare for the professional world awaiting you after graduation.
The internship program will be adapted so that it will match your internship requirements and preferences.
For the purpose of giving you examples, the Environmental Internship host companies include a specialised environmental consulting firm and a sustainability NGO.
As another example, your internship could include getting experience in assessing contaminated sites, preparing environmental impact assessments and approvals and monitoring compliance.
Or your internship could see you involved in tasks related to the circular economy, energy and climate, and redefining value.
Apply now to contact CareerDC and get details about current Environmental internships.
There is a coordination fee that comes with the internship program and the internship placement. To apply and to get full details on the program and what is included, send your resume to CareerDC.
- Job type:Internships
- Work rights:Australian Bridging Visa, Australian Permanent...
- Locations:Canberra, Sydney, Brisbane,...
- accepts international
- Closing Date:23rd Feb 2023, 12:59 pm