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Todd Crawford, CareerTrackers 2017 Intern of the Year
Start your future today.
CareerTrackers links Indigenous university students with employers for paid, multi-year internships. Each student completes internships in uni breaks with one of our excellent partner organisations, matched to their career aspirations and their degrees.
The end goal is to convert an internship to a full-time position upon graduation, and 95% of interns are in full-time employment in their field within three months of graduation.
In the meantime the experience gained is invaluable – alongside their education, our Alumni have relevant industry exposure, skills and workplace mentors before they graduate.
In addition to creating lasting employment opportunities, CareerTrackers provides a wide spectrum of support, from support to complete university – which 89% of participants have done – to training that prepares students for leadership in the workplace and the community.
CareerTrackers interns have a proven advantage – the median weekly income of our Alumni is $1192, close to double the median Australian weekly income of $662 and far outstripping the $441 median weekly income of Indigenous Australians.
Your path. Your choices.
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.
CareerTrackers interns are Indigenous students who study full-time at university. We currently support students across all years of study and a wide range of degrees. Some of the most popular degrees are:
89% of CareerTrackers students graduate university.
95% of CareerTrackers Alumni are in full-time employment within three months of graduating.
81% of CareerTrackers Alumni have travelled overseas since completing their degree.
57% of CareerTrackers Alumni have purchased a car since graduation.
24% of CareerTrackers Alumni have purchased a house since graduation.
4 ways you’ll kickstart your career with CareerTrackers.
Fortnightly contact with your Student Advisor throughout the year.
Structured monthly meetings with your Student Advisor focused on your personal and professional development.
Ongoing CareerTrackers activities to develop your network of like-minded Indigenous university students.
Access to scholarships and other financial assistance.
Dedicated support while working to ensure you are well supported in the workplace.
Develop a career plan utilising world-class tools and processes.
Develop a winning CV.
Complete group and one-on-one interview preparation training to ensure you are ready to earn your internship.
Participate in workshops to prepare you for the professional office environment.
Develop relationships with other students in the program locally and nationally.
Complete a 12-week paid internship each year throughout your degree.
Develop structured workplace goals and objectives with your manager and Student Advisor.
Work in a culturally aware workplace.
Deliver presentations to business leaders and receive formal performance feedback to help you grow.
Receive weekly support from your Student Advisor to ensure you are getting challenging projects at work.
Attend our annual Leadership Development Institute each year throughout your degree.
Complete world-class training programs focused on leadership development.
Prepare for corporate and community leadership.
Network with some of Australia’s most successful industry and community leaders.
Give back as an alumnus and community leader.
Click on the orange ‘Register’ button at the top of the screen, fill out the form and one of our Student Advisors will contact you in the next 2-3 days.
In the meantime, check out our current list of employers to see where you could soon be working.
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.