Take on an intern

Are you looking for an intern to work for free?

Answer the questions below to help use match an intern, or assistant, that is right for your business needs. We’ll send you an email straight away when you submit with details of what to do next.

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Everyone wants to be a top gun, but I’m more like

Select a business coach you would listen to

Select the one thing you love doing all day

Now pick one thing you least like doing

Pick 4 things to train someone to do for you.


Like to know the rules for businesses to take on a Free Intern in Australia? You don’t need a written agreement to take on someone to do voluntary work, but we have done up a letter of engagement to explain the difference between an Intern and an Assistant (employee) under the Fair Work Act.  Letter-of-engagement-Intern-V1.

The interns can engage customers through your Facebook page (or set one up for you) and build content for you to leverage across other social media platforms. The Interns are trained in professional standards and have to sign a non-disclosure agreement to protect the privacy of clients and confidential information as part of training working towards the “Online & Social Media Training Package” skill set due for release in mid-2019:

Implement social media and online customer engagement Skill Set

  • Identify social media and online platforms
  • Maintain ethical and professional standards when using social media and online platforms
  • Use social media and online tools
  • Analyse performance of social media and online business tools.

If you know someone that would like to become an intern (for your business or someone else you know), get them to sign up here and tell them to put the Business name they want to work for on the sign-up (so we can match them up for you):

Become an Intern