Internships

Kiarra Nicholson

Intern at the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, New York

The ACJC offers support for internships in ACJC areas of teaching and research – Jewish Studies, Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Israel and Middle East Studies.

Students enrolled in an Arts degree are able to gain academic credit and practical workplace experience through several work-integrated learning programs. Internships and Placements are an ideal way for the university to combine theoretical, classroom-based learning with experiential learning that prepares students for work in the real-world after the completion of their studies.

“My understanding of the Holocaust was refined by my experience at the institute, and I got a small taste of what it is like to work with real, untouched history in a place which is doing tremendous work for the conservation of Jewish memory.” Louise Ryan Bachelor of Arts (Jewish Studies)
My understanding of the Holocaust was refined by my experience at the institute, and I got a small taste of what it is like to work with real, untouched history in a place which is doing tremendous work for the conservation of Jewish memory.

Louise Ryan

Bachelor of Arts (Jewish Studies)

For further information, contact the ACJC international programs coordinator Sue Hampel.

Scholarships are designated for the following institutions subject to approval:

Overseas

Domestic

Read about scholarships for up to $4000 here.

Students must be enrolled in ATS3130 Arts International Internship or ATS3129 Arts Internship to be eligible for scholarship support. In addition, students must have completed at least 12 points of credit in Jewish Studies or Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Awards will be allocated on a competitive basis based on academic achievement and an interview. Students may be eligible for additional Monash Abroad funding.

Student Internships