Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
In accordance with the University’s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are offering online community internships for Trimester 2 2020. We thank you for understanding and support.
Partner with one of the world’s top 3% of Universities
We have dedicated students from all disciplines ready to work with your organisation through local and global internships. Whether your organisation needs individuals or a team of students working on projects, our innovative and fresh approach will ensure a successful outcome for your organisation.
Why partner with Community Internship?
3200 students have participated in the course since 2012.
150,000 volunteer hours provided to community organisations since 2012.
80% of community partners say they would employ their interns.
60% of students continue to volunteer after the course and as graduates.
Register your interest
Interested in becoming a community partner? Fill out our online form and we will get back to you with more information
Business and Government
Criminology and Law
Engineering and IT
Environment and planning
Humanities, languages and social science
Marketing and Communications
Medicine and health
Music and performing arts
Visual and Creative Arts
Our community partners include
- Gateway Community Group Inc.
- Access Inc.
- Amputees and Family Support Group
- Benevolent Society
- Coaching with Substance
- Griffith Multi-faith Centre
- Griffith Service Learning
- Mu'ooz Restaurant & Catering (Social Enterprise)
- PCYC Beenleigh
- PCYC Inala
- Prisoners' Legal Service
- Queensland Masters Athletics
- Reef Check
- Rotary Club Sunnybank
- Salvation Army
- Sandgate Enterprise for Economic Development (SEED)
- Self Help QLD
- Trinity Disability Support Service
Plus many more...
UnitingCare Queensland is a not-for-profit community and healthcare organisation that provides services to more than 400,000 people across Queensland and the Northern Territory. Many students from the Community Internship program continue to volunteer after completing their required 50 hours.
Braking the Cycle
The Crestmead Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC) runs a valuable driver mentor program called Braking the Cycle. Although the program accepts volunteers from anywhere in the community, Griffith University interns are extremely important to the program.
Meet the team
Get in touch with the Community Internship team to find out more about partnering with us