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Interns will be placed in a range of organisations across Wellington, a capital city renowned for its arts and culture. These organisations will provide you with rich insights into the diverse character of the Wellington community. We will match your skills and what you are capable of providing with the types of support needed by our host organisations. Your work will benefit the host and the communities they serve, as well as providing you with achievements that will bolster your resume or graduate school application when you return home.
All of the interns will stay at a backpacker-style hostel in Wellington. This will allow you to stay together over the four weeks, even though you will be out at separate sites. You will also have access to all of the facilities and support services available at Massey's Wellington campus.
Massey University has strong relationships with many and varied internship host organisations. We will review your Communication and Marketing Internship Placement Form to ensure there is a good match between the kind of organisation where you will want to intern and the hosts that can offer an insightful and productive opportunity for you.
Children’s cancer support
Community arts agencies
Creative company start-up hosts
Food rescue and redistribution
International trade aid organisations
Small business economic development agencies
Support for people with disabilities
Zoo and animal rescue organisations
The internship provides opportunities for your integrated learning through 120-160 hours of placement and associated project work. The academic portion of your internship will be based on a consultant's report (40%), interview and report (30%), and individual presentation (30%). You will critique the theory you have learned so far in your degree in the light of what you experience during your placement and evaluate what you have seen during your internship based on the relevant theory derived from your studies.
C&M Internship Academic Guide.pdf (704 KB)
This Academic Guide will provide you with an overview of the 2019 course. We will post the 2020 Academic Guide once it has been revised.
The internship prepares you to apply your university studies after graduation by helping you to employ your learning to various applied areas so that you become able to:
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Last updated on Tuesday 20 August 2019