What is on offer?
- Live on Ngemba-Baakandji Country / Bourke to help develop a First Nations community garden.
- Build experience in landscape architecture, community engagement, and First Nations knowledge.
- Receive supervision from Regional Enterprise Development Institute, Bourke Aboriginal Health Service, and Botanic Gardens Community Greening.
- Gain credit through the Professional Placement course (FADA6700) or Industry work experience.
- Travel scholarships will be awarded to the two successful candidates, provided by the UNSW Global Water Institute.
Term 3 2022 (12 September - 21 November)
Live on site in Ngemba-Bakaandji Country, Bourke, NSW.
Accommodation provided by North West Academic Centre
Who is eligible?
2 Built Environment students
Interior Architecture/Architecture, with experience/electives in landscape-related fields.
First Nations students are welcomed
How do I apply?
- Video (1 - 2min) - Why are you interested in this Placement and what skills can you bring?
- Curriculum Vitae (CV, 1 page)
Please send your video and CV to all three contacts below:
Charlene Noye, Community Dietician, Bourke Aboriginal Corporations Health Service [email protected]
Gavin Gibbs, Site and Garden Manager, Regional Enterprise Development Institute [email protected]
Eva Lloyd, Lecturer, UNSW Built Environment [email protected]
Want to know more?
Read more about the Professional Placement here, including full details of the application process.
Applications close Sunday 7 August 2022
Need more info?
Please contact Eva Lloyd, Lecturer UNSW Built Environment, on [email protected]
This project brings together the Aboriginal owned and led Regional Enterprise Development Institute and the Bourke Aboriginal Corporation Health Service with the UNSW Global Water Institute and the Botanic Gardens Greater Sydney, Community Greening program. We thank all partners for their collaboration.