Kickstart your career at Esri Indonesia
Pursue your passion and gain experience with the nation's leading geospatial professionals.
Submit your application for an opportunity to contribute to real-world projects, find solutions that positively impact communities and work closely with a mentor to learn how to make a difference with GIS.
|12 January 2024
|15 January 2024
|Assignment test period
|15 - 21 January 2024
|29 January - 2 February 2024
|Selected intern announcement
|12 February 2024
|19 February - 30 June 2024
What you need to know
To be eligible for an internship with Esri Indonesia, you must be an undergraduate student in your final year at university OR a fresh graduate with less than 1 (one) year work experience.
You will need to submit the following:
- CV / Resume
- Motivation letter
- Student card
- Latest academic transcript
- Recommendation letter from faculty (optional)
Throughout your internship, you will:
- Support GIS projects with data cleansing, data entry, and data digitalisation
- Assist presales teams with research and demo creation
- Participate in day-day operations
- Learn more about the technology and the impact it has on the community
- Work closely with a mentor and undertake tasks set out by them
- Report and present on your learning progress to your mentor monthly
- Present your experience and project work to Esri Indonesia staff
As an intern, you will receive:
- Pocket money
- Learning materials
- Career advice
- Internship certificate (internship completion letter)
From our interns
Three Indonesian undergraduates explore how Esri's solutions can tackle local transportation woes during the holidays, as well as monitor and optimise plant growth and fertility.
Learn how interns at Esri Indonesia are using ArcGIS to visualise Big Data from sensors and satellite imagery as well as create 2D products using Drone2Map for ArcGIS.
Interns from Universitas Indonesia build eight information centres inside a GIS portal for BMKG to map tsunamis, climate change and maritime meteorology.
These students used social media and ArcGIS to raise awareness on littering, its environmental consequences and identified where additional bins are needed.