Western Desert Lands Aboriginal Corporation

This internship has increased my interest in the area of native title, and is definitely an area I would like to work in in the future.

Meg Green, WDLAC

The internship challenges you both intellectually and culturally and forces you to confront the serious issues facing Aboriginal Australians​

Tom Antoniazzi, WDLAC

My placement has been a very interesting and rewarding experience and I have no doubt that the experience will have a positive impact on my working life.​

Tom Antoniazzi, WDLAC

It was an opportunity to work in a sector that I was interested in, but had no experience with. The internship allowed me to decide that native title is a field that I'd like to work in.

Shakara Liddelow-Hunt, WDLAC

I learnt a lot about native title and the people represented in a short period of time. It gave me ideas about employment opportunities both in and outside of native title, valuable contacts, and a better understanding of what professional anthropologists actually do.

Shakara Liddelow-Hunt, WDLAC

The best aspect of the internship program was the insight into native title and the interaction between this sector, the TOs and the mining sector was a fantastic aspect of the internship program. 

Esther Power, WDLAC