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Internships that are worth your time (paid)

Yep, she’s just seen that: Donna Hay, PwC and Google + more are hiring

Donna Hay (Paid)

Do you drool over food + design? Apply to do a Paid Graphic Design internship at Donna Hay (Sydney). They want you to, “Create new or update existing artwork for product packaging, social media, email marketing and point of sale material across the donna hay brand portfolio”.

Google (Unpaid)

Google, you might have heard of them? Well they are looking for an intern. Get your foot in the door with the biggest tech company in the world as their Information Technology Intern this Summer (Sydney). The job is for the tech savvy breed, “Technical support for a technology company is a big task. As a member of our Information Technology team you are the go-to person for Googlers’ computer hardware and software needs, providing front line user support for all of Google’s internal tools and technologies”.

Also, they offer free lunches to staff.

PwC (Paid)

Working at a big-four is kinda big deal. And PwC is on the hunt for their next generation of beige suit wearing millionaires in both Sydney and Melbourne. Apply to be a part of their 2017 Winter internship program and get your seat at the table. Only thing is you need to be in your ‪penultimate year of undergraduate degree from a top-tier university.

Ogilvy PR Australia (Unpaid)

Want to work for the word of mouth people? Stoked on social media? Become a Social Media Intern for Ogilvy PR Australia (Sydney). Ogilvy PR is offering internships to students looking to get some valuable and practical work experience that can help you find your bearings in the PR world. Whether it be Public Relations, Communications or Social Media, they have it all under one roof! Hello, educational rotations.

Psychology internship (Unpaid)

It’s not often an opportunity like this comes up, so get in fast to land this psychology internship (Sydney). PsychelpSydney is seeking an intern who can help them with their psychometric assessments and report writing. Fun! The assessments are primarily referred by the Children’s Courts and other government agencies, hence you will be exposed to diverse clients of different ages and presentations within the forensic setting. The catch: This internship runs on Wednesdays and Thursdays and offers 16 hours a week.

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Internships that are worth your time (paid)
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