STARTTS has been actively involved in the provision of student placements and internships for many years, aiming to increase the number of health professionals in the field who are specialised in working with refugee communities. STARTTS provides opportunities for students to gain knowledge, skills and experience in working with traumatised refugees through our Student Placement and Student Clinic programs.
The STARTTS Student Placement program aims to provide opportunities to students from a wide range of health, allied health and welfare disciplines who want to work with refugees. Students are usually based in the STARTTS Community Services or Clinical Services teams and are supervised by a STARTTS staff member. The types of work often undertaken by students may include:
The Student Placement program helps train and educate students from a wide range of disciplines and has accepted students studying in areas such as:
STARTTS can be flexible depending on the skills and interest areas of students and will consider placements from disciplines not listed above. Placements are offered based on STARTTS’ capacity to provide appropriate levels of supervision and the availability of relevant and appropriate activities and projects for students to participate in.
How to apply
The number of placements offered at any one time is limited. Students interested in a STARTTS placement should first discuss this with the relevant Student Placement Officer or Field Education Officer at their university or college. Formal requests for student placements must come from the student’s university/college. Requests for placements which come directly from students will not be accepted. Students will be required to attend an interview prior to placement confirmation.
If you would like further information, please email your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are not currently accepting applications for STARTTS Placements. Please check back in July 2015.
STARTTS operates a Student Clinic for those wishing to undertake clinical placements/internships. Participants in the Student Clinic will be providing psychotherapeutic interventions to clients and will have access to professional clinical consultation from Clinical Psychologists and Psychologists at STARTTS.
Who is eligible?
To be eligible to participate in the STARTTS Student Clinic, students need to be engaged in post-graduate programs of Masters in Clinical or Forensic Psychology. Other relevant post-graduate or masters programs in psychology/counselling/ psychotherapy will also be considered. Individuals completing an approved Psychology Registration program are also eligible to apply.
A STARTTS placement is not suitable as the student’s first external placement. To be eligible to participate, this must be the student’s third or final clinical placement.
For more detailed information about the STARTTS Student Clinic, download the information pack.
How to apply:
The number of placements/internships offered at any one time is limited. Requests for placements must come from the student’s university, together with a letter of recommendation. A selection process applies; this includes submitting an application and attending an interview.
The selection process takes place twice a year. The closing date for the current round of selections is: 15 June 2015
For further information, please send an email to email@example.com or contact the Student Placement Coordinator on (02) 9794 1900.
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