HR WIL Placement (Internship)
Are you a recent graduate who is struggling to break into the Human Resources (HR) industry?
Many HR graduates are discovering you need work experience to get a job. But as a recent graduate, how do you gain that practical experience? One increasingly popular way is through a HR internship. A HR internship is an unpaid, temporary work integrated learning placement that gives practical, on-the-job training in the field of Human Resources.
The Australian job market is highly competitive for recent graduates and a HR internship can help you stand out from the crowd. The Professional WIL Placement (Internship) Program specialising in HR gives you an opportunity to trial the career you want, develop an understanding of the real Australian workplace and add practical HR experience to your resumé, whilst having a mentor guide you throughout.
Typical Outcomes/Benefits of a HR Internship
- Gain Australian experience in Human Resources in Sydney, Melbourne or Adelaide
- Develop your communication skills and confidence
- Learn how a business works
- Opportunity to use what you studied at university
- Explore your future career path
- Add relevant HR experience onto your resumé
- Build your professional business network
- Gain references and endorsements
- A mentor you can call upon for advice
Sample HR Internship Opportunities
Students undertaking the Performance Careers Professional WIL Placement (Internship) Program in Sydney, Melbourne or Adelaide can undertake a HR placement, helping you successfully bridge the gap from study to professional employment in the field of Human Resources.
Our dedicated internship teams in Sydney, Melbourne & Adelaide have a wealth of recruitment, internship placement, education and training experience – and know what it takes to succeed. To date, we have helped 11,500 interns. Read their stories here and view some of our current HR internship opportunities here.
Interested in our HR Internship Program in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide? Contact us today by phone, email or the ‘request more information’ link.