Some of our previous interns would like to share their stories with you. Find out what projects they have been working on.
University of Otago | PhD in Tourism (undertaking)
There truly is rich cultural and historical heritage as well as rugged wilderness adventure in the district. I have enjoyed the welcoming and friendly hospitality from the Wairoa community.
Victoria University of Wellington | Bachelor of Commerce
Massey University | Bachelor of Engineering (currently), Massey University | Bachelor of Health Science (completed)
University of Brasilia / University of Waikato | Bachelor of Environmental Engineering
|Johannes Klӧhn, Bachelor of Public Management, University of Applied Sciences Ludwigsburg, Germany. He gained insights into the processes of administration at a local government organisation.||Nephi Pukepuke, Bachelor of Law, University of Waikato. He was analysing and applying the law in regards to the Whenua Rahui policy at the Wairoa District Council.|
|Lauren McGee, Double Degree in Law and Arts, University of Canterbury. She was supporting the governance function of Council whilst also supporting the economic development portfolio.||Ian Alves, Bachelor of Computer Science in Brazil, one year at the University of Waikato. He was developing solutions with Qgis and Roam to help people from departments at the council.|
|Lucas Nathan Barbosa de Oliveira, Bachelor of Computer Science in Brazil, one year at the University of Waikato. He was working with GIS.||Lucas De Castro Oliveira, Bachelor of Computer Science in Brazil, one year at the University of Waikato. He has been working on some I.T. projects.|
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