PRESENCE Learning Network internships offer students and recent graduates the opportunity to gain experience through working on the ground and contributing to the landscape.
The type of work will depend on the requirements of the landscape at the time of the internship. From large-scale assignments to multiple smaller responsibilities, our internships require significant flexibility. Living Lands mentors work with our interns to adapt to the landscape’s needs and we require all interns to embrace ever-changing tasks and requirements with ease.
Internships are offered for a minimum of 3 months, up to a maximum of 6 months. This period allows interns to settle into the area and subject matter and to produce a substantial piece of work. Start and end dates are agreed upon by the intern and the Living Lands mentor.
After completing the booking enquiry form, your details will be sent to the relevant landscape and a potential mentor will be assigned to you. The mentor will set up a Skype interview and if successful, you will be invited to undertake an internship.
On arrival to the landscape, your Living Lands mentor will provide you with tasks and responsibilities to complete during the internship period.
Please fill in the enquiry form for us to determine if a suitable internship position is available.
If your enquiry fits with our requirements, you will be assigned a potential mentor who will arrange and carry out an interview with you over Skype.
If the interview is successful, you will be asked to complete a detailed information form and pay a deposit.
Arrival dates will then be mutually agreed upon and pick up transportation from the airport will be organised.
Once you arrive at the landscape, your tasks will be discussed and you’ll get started! Final payment is required prior to finishing the internship.
R6 000 p/m
Up to R6 040
Available when transport to or from the airport can be combined with other trips.