Since October 2011, the Marco Polo Project has been running a regular internship programs. Our teams bring together people from a wide range of cultural and professional backgrounds, who are passionate about contributing to global dialogue.
Positions currently on offer
We are now looking to grow the organisation and are offering very competitive internship positions to take on the challenge of this growth. All applications for the positions below are due on May 24, 2013.
How to apply?
We’re looking for people, not ‘resources’ or ‘skills’, so don’t write us a generic cover letter, but tell us a bit about yourself, and in particular why you think you’d be great for the role and why you think the role would be great for you. And if you’d like to send us a pic of your dog, please do!
To apply, send a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. All applications for the positions above are due on May 24, 2013.
For more information, call Julien at 0420 225 834.
This is what our past interns are saying about their experience with the Marco Polo Project.
“Since 2012 mid-November, I have been interning with Marco Polo Project.
The program completely turned my university career around. I went from being a scared freshman and worrying about the “real world,” to being excited about starting my career. For the first time in my life, I am not worried about performing professionally in the business world after graduation.”
Linan Zhong, Bachelors of Accounting from Latrobe University
“Macro Polo Project and all the colleagues will remain in my mind forever. Really had a great time and enjoyed working for this meaningful project.”
“As the project sounds innovative, it provides a never lasting experience of the work done in friendly environment during the internships, and also enables a person to think out of the box to complete the task appropriately. This platform also provides international students and the locals to come in together, know more about different cultures and obviously work on integrating the cultures of the Chinese people and the western world.”