If youâ€™re interested in being part of our Intern Program then please read on:
At The Creative Issue we run a very exciting internship program that has already seen many university student take part over the past 3 years. We have affiliations with all the major universities and have students undertake their work placements in Melbourne and Brisbane.
Our internship program is designed to benefit students that study the following fields:
- Mass Communications &
- The Creative Industries
We offer you insight to what it would be like to have a career in media, marketing and communications.
â€œI did an internship with The Creative Issue during my last year of a bachelor of journalism. I loved every minute of my time there, so much so I still write for TCI! I met so many amazing, talented and uber fun people there (Ratu is THE Best Ever!). My internship was dynamic, challenging and best of all enjoyable. Such a creative and inspiring environment to learn and let the writing juices flow!â€
Alicia Moo, Freelance Writer
An internship with The Creative Issue isnâ€™t a couple of weeks running around grabbing coffee and sitting at a desk hoping for someone to pay you attention. Our internships run for 6 months, you get to choose your hours and what you work on. We are there to guide you and give you feedback on what you do. You have the chance to observe everyone involved in the production of The Creative Issue. You are not required to work in the office unless it is a university requirement and in this case we will happily provide you with a desk and computer to use for the duration.
â€œSharing my thoughts and creative process with the team at The Creative Issue was such an incredible experience. I was provided with a platform to explore the cultural events Brisbane has to offer while improving my writing and interview capabilities. I would highly recommend TCI to any aspiring journalists and writers.â€
Saskia Starck – Freelance Journalist Â & Lifestyle Blogger
There are a number of benefits Â interning with The Creative Issue. You can expect to meet a number of industry leaders, attend events, attend previews, review venue launches and most importantly have your work published on The Creative Issue.
Our intern program has been designed to ensure it follows the guidelines set by the Office of Fair Work Australia. You can find out more about this here http://www.fairwork.gov.au/pay/unpaid-work/work-experience-and-internships
If you are interested in finding out more please email our Editor-in-chief Ratu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We advertise upcoming intern positions via our Facebook page, Newsletter and on Pedestrian TV.