Mutually beneficial programs for employers and students
Griffith offers a wide range of work-integrated learning programs from information technology, engineering and dentistry to journalism, public relations and creative arts. WIL placements are mutually beneficial for employers to tackle projects and for students to gain experience in their chosen industries while receiving credit toward their degree.
Become a community partner
To become a community partner for this internship course, organisations must be able to provide students an experiential opportunity that enables reflection on citizen involvement for creating a just and compassionate society.
Our philosophy at Griffith University is to enable all students to be of service to community organisations, so they graduate with a social responsibility and sustainability lens and feel part of a skilled volunteering movement.
Email us to express your interest in becoming a community partner and to find out more.
Disciplines and important dates
Community partner organisations can request students from a range of degree backgrounds. See the form below to find out more.
- April: Submit your requests for students by April for July-commencing students.
- July: Submit your requests by July for November-commencing students.
- September: Submit your requests for students by September for February-commencing students.