Internships: ‘Kick start your career’ workshops

Want to know which undergraduate internship subjects you can choose from and what career they can lead to? Join one of the ‘Kick start your career’ workshops: Discover how to gain relevant real – life work experience that you will receive credit for. Expand your professional networks. Learn how an internship leads to gaining professional…

Careers MasterClass is coming

Are you applying for graduate jobs or internships? Don’t miss this three-hour MasterClass workshop by the Careers and Employability team at La Trobe University. You will learn lots of tips on putting together your resume, networking, applying for jobs online and succeeding at interviews. It is also a good opportunity to hear from Graduate Employers…

Internship opportunities for international students

Six exciting internship opportunities are available now and details are listed as below. Apply today as they will not last long! Applications close on Wednesday 25 November 2015. Internship program is a great way for international students to gain an understanding of Australian workplace culture and industry, develop professional networks, and improve employability skills. You…

Never a dull moment for excellent media student

Sarah Guganovic is an Australian student studying a Bachelor of Media at La Trobe’s Melbourne Campus. Sarah knew she wanted to work in the media industry, so she started looking for a course that offered insight into different areas of the industry and offered a balance of academic theory and practical skills – ultimately choosing…

La Trobe students working with Kings XI Punjab in India

A memorandum of understanding between La Trobe University and Kings Punjab XI has seen seven interns working with the cricket team at the Indian Premier League. The students are working across the media, marketing, operations and sponsorship services divisions for the Kings XI Punjab team. The interns are undertaking research projects on Indian cricket and…

Make a difference while studying

La Trobe University is offering a brand new elective called Service Learning in the Community (HUM2SLC) in Semester 2, 2014 on the Melbourne Campus. The subject is designed for you to learn about Australia’s Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) and give you the opportunity to get hands-on experience working on a project for a community organisation. You…