Indigenous Careers Guide

Our workplaces are enriched through engagement with Indigenous Australians.

The GradAustralia GenOne partnership showcases the best opportunities by some of the leading businesses across the country committed to investing in the future of Indigenous Australians.

Currently, in its third edition, this must-have resource for graduates also includes career planning and advice as well as contacts to connect with some of the countries best grad job and internships.

Click here to view our 2018 GenerationOne Indigenous Careers Guide.

Want to become a mentor?

AIME is a mentoring program that builds bridges between universities and schools.

In 2005 AIME commenced with a Year 9 program for 25 kids, 25 mentors, 1 school and 1 partner university. In 2016 AIME grew to 6686 mentees, 2255 mentors, 340 schools and 18 university partners.

Register today!

Looking for an internship?

CareerTrackers is a national non-profit organisation that works with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university students to create career pathways. The program includes a 12 week paid internship, a dedicated student advisor, access to year-round training and networking events and an invitation to the annual Leadership Development conference. The program brings together a community of 1356 Indigenous professionals and 486 Alumni.

The vision of CareerTrackers is to create opportunities that inspire excellence. The program prepares students to succeed at university and to become leaders in community and industry.

89% of CareerTrackers students graduate university and 95% of CareerTrackers Alumni are in full-time employment within 3 months of graduating.

CareerTrackers interns come from 37 different universities and are working across 108 employment partners including corporates such as Westpac, Qantas, and Lendlease, government agencies including the Environment Protection Authority and non-profit organisations such as the Red Cross and Supply Nation.

Register your interest in an internship here!

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