The ANU College of Health & Medicine offers Indigenous students the opportunity to take on a one-or two-year traineeship.
The trainees will work in a specific function within Science; Health & Medicine Administration for four days a week and spend one day a week training, with the aim of building a career-path to full-time work at ANU as a professional staff member.
Celebrating local Indigenous artists
The third and final unveiling of artworks by Indigenous artists has taken place at the ANU Colleges of Science; Health and Medicine.
ANU trainee named ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year
Tylah Saunders from the ANU Joint Colleges of Science is the 2018 ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year.
ANU Joint Colleges of Science welcomes first Indigenous trainees
Meet Rachelle and Tylah, the first trainees to participate in the ANU Joint Colleges of Science Indigenous Professional Staff Traineeship Program.