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We are monitoring the COVID19 situation and have been following guidance from the New Zealand Ministry of Health.  This may delay the placement of your internships since many, if not all companies are trying to cope and be prudent in keeping their employees and work space safe. We have had many companies postpone interviews since they are changing their work structures and some are shutting down until we are in the all clear. In these difficult times your internship application may be delayed. You do have a choice to withdraw your application at anytime. 



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Project based Internships 

This internship is very goal oriented with a set start and finish date. Usually a company would have a particular organisation project that requires a variety of resources and as  an intern you would be assigned certain tasks working as part of a team. 

Sample projects

  • A  new website

  • Digitalising documents

  • System migration

  • Marketing campaigns 

  • Improving a legacy system

  • Business Process Re-engineering 



Professional individuals are usually graduates or someone with some industry experience  that are seeking internships simply to improve their industry know hows in New Zealand. 

An individual who:

  • Has some years in web development abroad and would like to apply these skills in New Zealand

  • Has been in the IT industry for years and would like to start a new career in Marketing.

  • A graduate who wants to apply what was learnt at University, while seeking a full time job elsewhere. 

Course credit  / requirement internships

Some academic institutions require a student to intern as a programme requirement. Each programme has their own Learning Objectives, internship hours required and some must seek pre-approval by the student's supervisor at their academic institution. 

Internships could be 

  • 800 hours  in an  Architecture Engineering firm

  • 400 hours in a Data Analytics placement. 

  • 40 hours in Hotel Management

  • 350 hour Part time App Developer over 6 months. 

  • Whatever  your course requires

  • Meet new people

  • Gain industry experiences

  • Start networking 

  • Be part of the industry grid

  • Add more to your CV

  • Build a portfolio

  • Test drive your skills 

Experiences await you