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Internships: crime does pay!

Media Release

11 September 2000

Undergraduate students and postgraduate students seeking an internship with a difference need look no further than the Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC).

The AIC is a unique national organisation that aims to explore, describe and explain crime and criminal justice issues.

With a data collection spanning more than a quarter of a century and counting, the AIC communicates its findings through conferences, seminars, workshops and publications.

Currently, the AIC is seeking applications for research experience interns from students in criminology, criminal justice, law or relevant social science areas.

Interns will spend three to four weeks working with a Research Analyst or in a Research Team on a specific task.

Six internships are available for 2001 - three from 22 January to 16 February and three from 18 June to 13 July.

Four internships will be allocated to undergraduate students in their final year and two to postgraduate students.

The AIC will provide return airfares to Canberra plus an allowance of up to $450 per week, and will also assist in arranging accommodation which will be paid from the allowance.

Applications close on 27 October 2000.