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Work Experience with the Western Australian Museum

The Western Australian Museum provides supervised work placement opportunities (work experience and internships) to students of educational institutions to build their study-related skills. Students are given an opportunity to experience and explore the unique work environment that the Museum has to offer, and in doing so, gain skills that contribute to their career development.

Work placements are not guaranteed and will depend on the period of time and length of placement requested, and the availability of Museum employees to adequately supervise and support a student on placement.

Applications will only be considered if:

  • you are currently a student in high school years 10-12, TAFE or university (undergraduate or postgraduate);
  • the placement is a compulsory requirement of your course; and
  • the placement is authorised by your educational institution, and they provide insurance cover for you whilst you are on placement.
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