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Amanda Fisher, CareerTrackers 4th Annual Gala Awards Speaker
Your path. Your choices. Your future.
CareerTrackers links Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from year 12 and throughout university with employers related to their aspirations for paid, multi-year internships.
We are with you the whole way! We provide world-class training throughout your academic career and will connect you with a global network of like-minded Indigenous professionals.
Throughout your academic journey, a dedicated Advisor will help you define your future and work with you to achieve your goals.
We work with over 200 employment partners and universities across Australia. By the end of 2020, our Alumni community will be made up of 1073 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander professionals.
By registering to be part of the CareerTrackers community you are taking a step towards your future!
$73,053,233 in wages earned by CareerTrackers participants over the last ten years.
401,503 hours of professional development training undertaken by interns.
14,782 industry mentors have given their time and knowledge to interns.
1,232 degrees have been achieved by CareerTrackers interns.
5,423 internships have been completed by interns since 2009.
1 in 3 participants has a family member in the CareerTrackers program.
Start your future today.
Over the last decade, we’re celebrating the hundreds of Alumni who have formed our community. By 2020, that Alumni community will be 1073-strong.
To be eligible for the program, you need to be Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, studying in high school or university full-time, and making continuous progress towards completion of your studies.
We currently support students across all years of study and a wide range of degrees. Some of the most popular degrees are:
Natasha is an intern at Bupa in Melbourne and is completing a double degree in Education and Science at Monash University.
Natasha is passionate about Reconciliation and inspiring change through her students.
In 2018, she was invited to share this passion, speaking about her family’s experience with the Stolen Generations to survivors of the Stolen Generations, the Prime Minister and Indigenous leaders.
Samuel is studying a Bachelor of Mathematics and Finance (Honours) at the University of Wollongong.
A Dean’s Scholar, Sam has interned at the Reserve Bank of Australia since 2016.
He has a High Distinction average of 89%, one of the highest in our program, and is dedicated to inspiring more Indigenous students to pursue STEM studies and careers.
2018 Young Australian of the Year for South Australia, Kyran is an alumnus of the CareerTrackers program – he completed a Bachelor of Arts majoring in History and Politics.
Now a consultant in the Risk and Internal Audit Practice at EY, Kyran shares the story of his battle with cancer and how he has stayed motivated in the face of incredible obstacles.