Kickstart your geospatial career with the Esri Indonesia Internship Program
The Esri Indonesia Internship Program is designed for undergraduate students who are looking for a real-world industry experience.
It aims to equip students with practical skills and work experience that would allow them to jumpstart their careers after they graduate.
The program is open to all students currently enrolled in a study program from a College or University.
The length of the internship may vary and may last from a minimum of one week up to six weeks. It is open twice a year from:
June – August
December – January
How to apply:
Students interested in joining the program are encouraged to send the following requirements a month before the start of the internship program:
Updated CV with photo
Cover letter which states what kind of project they want to be involved in and the preffered period of internship
Scanned copy of student ID card.
Send it to Esri Indonesia’s Education Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For any queries regarding the internship program, feel free to call us at (021) 2940 6355.
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