Student Placements

We get many requests in relation to student social work placements. We are a small organization and work with combined presentations and given this, we as a rule only consider final year placement students and only when organizational fit allows it. 

Keep an eye out below for any placement opportunities that arise.

Students are a valuable and important part of the work we do at Resilience.  They have unique opportunities to have a diverse range of opportunities in a social-work led and driven environment and we understand this.

Students will need to:
  • be interviewed prior to acceptance
  • have a blue card and current first aid and CPR certification

If you are a student studying social work, or another degree equivalent course and you are interested in a placement at Resilience please contact us, by submitting a cover letter and resume along with a copy of your first aid/CPR and Working with Children Check (blue card) to admin@resiliencegrowth.com.au.

We will only accept students who take the time to provide a professional cover letter and resume. Be sure to include all relevant requirements of your placement including the starting date of placement and the number of hours and days you would be available for placement where possible.

Current Opportunities

Unfortunately, there are no placement opportunities at this time. Please check again later.
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