|A new course is coming in Semester 1 2021, available to students from all disciplines|
Information Session – Register now
When: Tuesday 6 October
Are you keen to:
- Improve your employability?
- Put your degree into practice?
- Build networks?
- Grow confidence in your teamwork, communication and professional skills?
- Boost your CV?
The PACE Internship Programme could be for you.
Hear from current partners
(NZ Police & Christchurch Adventure Park)
as well as current PACE students
When: Wednesday 9 September
Where: Undercroft 101
Time: 5:00 – 5.45 pm
The PACE (Professional and Community Engagement) Internship programme is a unique programme at UC where students:
- Intern with a local business or organisation
- Are supported by UC academic staff to reflect on their experience, and
- Gain academic credit (15 or 30 points towards your degree, offered at various levels of study).
Students work on varied and interesting projects for local businesses, community organisations, local government through to large corporations.
The PACE Internships Office works closely with students to understand their areas of interest, skills, industries or organisations they would like to be involved in, and works towards creating an internship tailored to those aims. This is a non-exhaustive list of some of recent internships:
- Event management
- Social media platform creation
- GIS Mapping
- Policy analysis
- Media strategy development
- Community development
- Urban Planning
We have a number of exciting internship opportunities for Semester Two where you can gain course credit.
Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in applying for any of the following internships that remain available at the moment! Apply Now!
- Exhibition organisation and management for Life in Vacant Spaces
- Social Media campaign internship for Bishopdale Pharmacy
- Marketing Internship for Christchurch Adventure Park
- Web content creation (writing and design) for Toi Tangata Website
- Research and writing a government funding application to become a Designated Special Character School for Seabrook McKenzie Centre for Learning Disabilities
- Social Media copy creating for awareness campaign for UC Sustainability
- Research and academic writing to summarise NZ Community Gardens Survey for UC Sustainability
- Marketing and Comms internship for SCAPE (well-known public art entity in Christchurch)
- Social media/marketing/design internship for Triage Plus
- Sustainability issues investigation in early childhood sector for Sustainability Otautahi Christchurch
- Community Engagement research and organisational project for a Youth Forum for Shirley Village Project
- Community Engagement research and organisational project for a Domestic Violence Forum for Shirley Village Project
- Urban planning and research project for Richmond Resident Business Association
PACE offers courses at 200-level (15 points), 300-level (30 points) and 400-level (30 points).