Employers want graduates who can readily fit into and work well in an organisation. This means they want graduates who are able to plan and organis...Read more
Employers want graduates who can readily fit into and work well in an organisation. This means they want graduates who are able to plan and organise their work, solve problems, work in teams, use technology effectively and understand how to be effective in the workplace.
These are skills that are developed through the Professional Internship elective, which gives you the opportunity to apply your skills to a work setting in a relevant justice organisation.
Past students have completed placements with:
welfare and victim support services
youth justice services
Magistrate's, Children’s and Supreme Courts.
Completing a professional internship will help you learn by observing and participating in team environments, and train you to make informed decisions about employment at the end of your studies.
You may complete your internship by
placement within a relevant justice organisation for a minimum period of 20 days; OR
completing a 20 day internship with the Bridge of Hope Innocence Initiative at RMIT (successful applicants for the Initiative only).