There are still a number of open opportunities for students interested in taking part in the College of Science, Health and Engineering subject SHE3FRW this summer. Students undertaking this subject complete 100-140 hours of placement, along with academic tasks, and receive 15 credit points.
Am I eligible to apply?
To be eligible, you must:
- Be enrolled in an undergraduate course in the College of Science, Health and Engineering
- Have a third year elective free
- Have already completed 120 credit points (equivalent to 1st year)
- Be available to complete 100-140 hours of placement between 30 October 2017 and 9 February 2018, along with the academic requirements of this subject (click here for details)
What opportunities are available?
There are a number of projects on offer in both Bendigo and surrounding area, and Melbourne metro area. Opportunities include:
- Project Officer: Sustainable Living Workshop (Mount Alexander Shire Council, Castlemaine)
- Literature Review: State of Bendigo’s Children Report (Anglicare Victoria, Bendigo)
- Recreation Leader: Portsea Camp (City of Greater Bendigo, camp located in Portsea)
- Develop Near Infrared Calibration for Wheat Classification of New Varieties (Agrifood Technology, Werribee)
- Literature Review: Genetic Curator (MyDNA Life Australia PTY, South Yarra)
To view details any of the above opportunities, click on the relevant link. To see a full listing of positions available, please log on to Career Hub, and search for ‘SHE3FRW’. https://latrobe.careerhub.com.au/students/jobs/detail/
Can I find my own placement instead?
Yes! Your placement should be directly related to your course of study, and be project based with a defined start and end point. You can find out more information here. If you have sourced your own placement for summer semester, please submit your application online here by close of business on October 6th. Find out more information about how to apply on the La Trobe University website (Future Ready for Work)
Applications close Friday 6 October.