The Shoal Internship program offers a 12 week, paid internship for two undergraduate, engineering or maths students to join our team in Adelaide. Each year, we seek students with a thirst for curiosity. Shoal interns are given a ‘project’ to work on together. Interns use Model Based Systems Engineering to investigate interesting projects. Recent projects have included:
- A pumped hydro scheme at Lake Onslow in New Zealand learning about renewable power and the role of systems engineers in infrastructure
- Exploring Earth observation data to solve problems for Australian industry
- Modelling and simulation of aerospace vehicles to verify flight data
The intern team is supported to develop and deliver concise and impactful presentations to help formalise the project and build on presentation their skills.
Our interns are encouraged to think about their development goals and engage with Shoal more broadly.
To support this our interns get weekly one-on-one mentoring sessions with team members from across the company from our CEO to senior technical leadership and recent graduates.
We undertake a competitive selection process, challenging students to team up with a partner to pitch their ideas in a video application. The video must address the internship question (to be released when applications open). Your video can be filmed on your phone, must be no longer than 60 seconds and use very minimal edits (we want to focus on your response, not editing skills).
Alongside the video, you will also need to submit your Curricula Vitae (one per team member), and a one page cover letter (one per team) that introduces each partner and your complementary skill set as a team.
Applications will close Thursday July 14.
How to apply
Applications for our 2023 intake are now closed.