IE3 Global collaborates with New Zealand Internships (NZI) to provide high-quality, personalized internship opportunities for students interested in film, art, and media design. NZI matches students to internships based on industry interest, professional and academic experience, and personal goals. Interns should consider relevant previous experience and desired professional development at the time of application to facilitate the identification of a relevant opportunity.
New Zealand Internships (NZI) has been coordinating internships with a focus on exceptional service and a well-rounded experience for each intern since 2007. By working with students personally, the NZI team tailors internships and services to each individual. Based in Auckland, NZI places students across the country in 3 or 6-month internships. In addition to a varied internship portfolio, NZI provides additional support for participants on-site, including travel and social activities.
New Zealand Internships works with a variety of host organizations that offer internships working in film, art, and media design. Some may have a specific focus, while others may provide exposure to many different areas of study. Some typical areas and relevant tasks include:
*Fee amounts are calculated with an exchange rate from New Zealand dollars at the time of posting.
The host site fee from NZI includes:
NZI can also arrange airport pickup (Auckland Only), additional insurance for recreational activities, assistance with Student Trainee Visas, and first-day introductions to the host company (Auckland only) at additional cost to interns.
NZI offers assistance in locating and securing accommodation in New Zealand. Payment for accommodation is due to the local landlord/provider.
Interns may arrange their own housing if they do not choose NZI-Assisted housing.
“Working in the industry itself taught me a lot about how to communicate with clients, the process of a product from brief to video, and the variety of work that can be completed for clients. I did four interviews while I was there to gain a different perspective of each of my coworkers working at the company. I gained very insightful tips about what they did to get to the position they are in today and what they wished they would have known before working in the industry. As a videographer, I now would like to work with corporate clients and create videos for companies that are in need of short informational videos that are going to be internal or even training videos.”
-Angeles, University of Oregon
Summer: January 25
Fall: April 15
Winter: September 1
Spring: November 15
-Open to all majors; relevant experience in chosen industry preferred
-Sense of professionalism and strong work ethic
-Must be eligible for a Working Holiday Visa