by Weber Shandwick
 

The Weber Shandwick First Light Internship Program provides students with the opportunity to apply the theory and skills gained while studying, to a professional PR environment.

If you are a student, your opportunity to shine in the PR and communications industry starts here.

Our First Light Internship Program will help you transition successfully from study to work, in a fun, supportive environment.

First things first! Are you eligible for the program?

Before you apply, please ensure you meet the below requirements:

  • You are currently enrolled in an Australian tertiary course that requires you to undertake an internship/ placement (arranged by the educational institution or the students’ own initiative) in line with the requirements of your course.
  • It can be a component of the course as a whole, or of an individual subject or module. Please provide your course and subject details along with the number of internship hours required to be completed as part of your coursework.
  • There should be a demonstrated link between your course/ subject and a Weber Shandwick practice area. This can include Consumer, Healthcare, Technology, Corporate and Public Affairs or Digital.
  • You have a strong academic record, i.e. credit average or above.
  • You are passionate about storytelling, communications and brand building.

Please note: All our internship places are non-paid positions and must be undertaken as a requirement of an education or training course, in line with the Fair Work Act 2009.

Do you tick all the boxes?

Send your CV and the below details to firstlight@webershandwick.com

Name:
Age:
Email:
Phone:
University:
Course and subject details, along with the number of hours required to be completed:  

A member of the Weber Shandwick First Light Internship Program team will be in touch within 2-3 working days.

Want to know more? Check out our featured First Light stories, where our interns share their experience about transitioning from study to a work environment.

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