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Earn and learn over summer with Deloitte. Our First Nations Internship program is a structured learning and development program that combines elements of learning, connectivity and community – and, it could also be your first step to a future career with us!


Aimed at penultimate year* university students, the program provides Australian First Nations university students with all the benefits of our award-winning Summer Vacationer Program. It offers comprehensive learning and industry experience aligned to your chosen field of study, and opportunities for you to give back to the community through high-impact, meaningful and purpose-led projects.


Our paid internship placements vary from 4 to 8 weeks, depending on your location, and could be based in any of our 11 offices nationally.


*Penultimate year: Second-year students of a three-year degree; or, Third-year students of a four-year degree etc.



Applications close:  21 October 2022.

Internship start:  November 2022.



Meet our First Nations leadership team and see how we're Working with First Nations People.



Discover our other program opportunities


  • Ready to graduate? Start your career with our Deloitte Graduate Program.
  • Are you a first-year student? Get an insider's view of Deloitte with our Insider Program.
  • Studying in STEM? (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) Check out our STEM Connect virtual experience.


Learning

Your learning activities will align with the business area you join, focusing on professional capabilities and experiences that will help prepare you for the future. You will build knowledge and skills via participation in all aspects of our Summer Vacationer learning program and meaningful client projects.


Connectivity

Alongside formal mentoring and professional development, you’ll have opportunities to connect and share perspectives with First Nations leadership and employee groups, providing an invaluable voice on Deloitte’s First Nations strategy and business matters that impact First Nations communities.


Community

The program will provide students with meaningful opportunities to connect and give back to local Indigenous communities.


As part of this, you’ll work on a bespoke project component that contributes to First Nations cultural matters. You’ll connect with others across the Firm, including Senior Leaders, and members of the community whilst developing key skills in the art of storytelling and listening.



Discover our other program opportunities


  • Ready to graduate? Start your career with our Deloitte Graduate Program.
  • Are you a first-year student? Get an insider's view of Deloitte with our Insider Program.
  • Studying in STEM? (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) Check out our STEM Connect virtual experience.


Our First Nations Program is right for you if :


  • You are a penultimate year student (expecting to graduate in 2023)
  • You are of Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent.


We accept applications from students of all disciplines and our team will be in touch to help match your skills, areas of interest, and study into a suitable team area.


Along with supplying your CV and documents relating to your university degree, our team may ask that you support your application with a confirmation of heritage/eligibility at a later stage of the selection process - our team will be in touch to advise further on this.


Applications close:  21 October 2022.

Internship start:  November 2022.



Discover our other program opportunities


  • Ready to graduate? Start your career with our Deloitte Graduate Program.
  • Are you a first-year student? Get an insider's view of Deloitte with our Insider Program.
  • Studying in STEM? (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) Check out our STEM Connect virtual experience.
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Our business areas


Discover a program pathway, and your future career, right here with us.


How we hire


Our recruitment process enables us to assess whether or not we are a good match for you and if you are a good match for us. Take a look at the steps below to understand how we hire for our First Nations Program.

Part 1: Your application


Please apply online, by clicking the 'Apply Now' link at top of the page (when applications open on 19 July 2022).

 

As part of the application form, you’ll be asked to select a preferred business area. You can read a brief overview of our different businesses on this page, however, as you move successfully through the eligibility and assessment stages, our team will be in touch to help match your skills, areas of interest, and study into a suitable team area.



Please note

Along with supplying your CV and documents relating to your university degree, our team may ask that you support your application with a confirmation of heritage/eligibility at a later stage of the selection process - our team will be in touch to advise further on this.


If you need assistance or an accommodation during the recruitment process for accessibility reasons, there will be an opportunity for you to let us know what you need once you begin your application.

Part 2: Immersive Online Assessment


Stay tuned to your inbox, as we’ll be emailing you with updates on your progress through our recruitment process.


Our online assessment is an immersive, client-focussed set of virtual activities that are intended to give you a taste of what it may be like to work with us, along with helping us learn more about you. And following the assessment, you’ll receive a bespoke feedback report about your individual strengths and abilities. This isn’t the outcome of your assessment, but it will provide you with valuable advice on developing your skills and making the most of your potential.



Hear from Maddie on our team’s tips for completing the online assessment.



Note: If you’ve applied for multiple roles with us, you will only need to complete the online assessment once.

Part 3: Assessment Day


You'll receive a call or email from our team advising if you're successful in progressing to our Assessment Day. Depending on your location, the interview may be hosted in-person or conducted virtually.


Expect to join us for a morning or afternoon where you’ll participate in several activities with other students. Your Assessment Day experience with us will vary depending on the role and business area you could be joining; but expect information sessions and networking opportunities, to a group case study exercise and a 1:1 interview with a leader from our business.


Along with all stages of the process, our team will share details with you ahead of time to help you prepare.


Hear from Maddie on the STAR interviewing technique.




Next Up: Selection outcomes!


We'll look to deliver outcomes quickly after your Assessment Day activity. Whether that's telling you that you’ve been successful, or we’re giving you some advice on how to improve for next time, we’ll be in touch as soon as we can. We always do our best to communicate with you throughout the process too.


- Getting a job offer

If your final stage assessment is successful, we’ll offer you a job and your exciting journey with us really begins.


- If you’re not successful this time

You may have been unsuccessful for all sorts of reasons. So, be sure to ask for feedback from our team, who can provide helpful advice and pointers.


You’re always welcome to reapply into future program intakes as well, eligibility requirements permitting of course.

Tax and other benefit implications


Internship payments will contribute to the recipient’s taxable income and may also impact entitlement to Commonwealth benefits such as ABSTUDY.


The Internship applicants and/or recipients are encouraged to contact Centrelink, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) and/or their taxation agent to obtain advice about the implications of the Internship payments on current earnings and benefits. Information about taxation is also available from the ATO website.



Further questions?


We'll hopefully have the answers to some of your questions on our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page.


Should you require further assistance or information regarding the Deloitte First Nations Internship program, please contact a member of our Talent Acquisition team at graduate@deloitte.com.au  


For further information on careers at Deloitte, our Business Units or Vacationer and Graduate opportunities, please visit our Career Hub.



Our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)


Deloitte's commitment to further engage and collaborate with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia. Learn more



Our commitment to the Uluru Statement from the Heart, 2017.

"Deloitte commits to enacting the spirit of the Uluru Statement and being guided by our Indigenous Leadership Team on being truthful to ourselves about the way we employ people, listen to our communities, work with clients, work with governments, and most importantly, we commit to truth-telling about our nation's history and the change needed to allow us to walk forward together."

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