- Community Partners
- Intern Resources
Kyran Dixon, CareerTrackers 8th Annual Gala Awards Speaker
The following resources are part of the CareerTrackers program and will enable you to get the most out of your internship. The Intern resources will change and be updated throughout the calendar year. If you have any questions about any of the resources, including applying for an ICS scholarship, please contact your Advisor.
The start date may vary depending on the University of the student and their exam period. Please double-check your students’ commencement date.
Meeting to be held in week one of the internship
The Learning Contract is an agreement between an intern, his or her manager, and CareerTrackers Advisor. It includes the intern’s goals, the needs of the organisation or team of the intern and the requirements of CareerTrackers.
December 3 – Sydney
December 6 – Melbourne, Brisbane
December 10 – Canberra
December 11 – Perth, Newcastle
December 12 – Adelaide
All interns will attend Program Day from 9.00am – 2.00pm which is a training event hosted by CareerTrackers that develops students with key graduate attributes & includes community building activities.
Final week of the internship
A presentation delivered by interns to their business unit to share learning’s and put their public speaking skills into action.
By February 8
Managers are asked to evaluate the intern’s performance and give feedback on areas of strength and growth using the CareerTrackers template.
December 22 – January 4
January 9 – February 8
CareerTrackers supports the transition of Indigenous HSC graduates into university through the Launch Pad internship, which takes place over four weeks during the summer.
January 30 – February 1
All interns will attend LDI, a professional development conference hosted by CareerTrackers that involves executive and community leader keynotes and world-class training and development facilitated by industry experts.
Over 2,000 key supporters come together to celebrate the student and partner achievements.
Please download the learning contract template relevant to you.
The End of Internship Presentation is an opportunity to demonstrate what you have accomplished over the course of your internship; to share and reflect on your experiences and to thank your company, manager and team for their help.
It is also an opportunity for you to develop your public speaking skills, create more awareness of CareerTrackers within your company, and help leave a good final impression for future internships or when applying for a graduate application.