Start an internship

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Are you a person with disability who is currently studying or recently graduated from university? If so, you might be interested in our Stepping Into Internship program.

Every year we find university students with disability who are in their second last year, final year or recently graduated and bring them together with employers who are seeking interns in a variety of different sectors.

Everyone’s a winner

If you meet the employer’s job description and are successful in your application, they’ll host you as a paid intern either during your winter or summer semester break. You’ll gain practical experience and gain confidence in the workplace, which will give you an advantage stepping into your career once you graduate.

You’ll do a minimum of 152 hours, either as a four-week full-time block or flexibly across a longer period.  Working at the organisation’s head office or branch locations to give you a chance to experience a range of tasks and project challenges.

Current Opportunities

Ready to apply?

To complete your application, you will need to do the following: – 

  1. Read the eligibility criteria and Frequent Asked Questions.   
  2. Be ready to provide evidence and supporting documents.   
  3. Identify at least three preferences from the Current Opportunities where you meet the job description criteria and the role is of interest to you

Apply now

If you would like an accessible version of the application form please contact or 02 8270 9200.


A proven record of success

We’ve been bringing employers and students together like this since 2005, and our record stands for itself: our interns are more likely to be employed after they leave university than students without a disability.

Hear what some of our interns have to say

We have many amazing stories from our past interns. Learn what it’s really like to undergo a Stepping Into internship and why it is different to other programs by watching these videos or reading written stories.

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