The Esri Indonesia Internship Program is designed for undergraduates looking to gain real-world experience in the GIS industry. The program aims to equip students with practical skills and work experience that would allow them to jumpstart their careers.
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.
How to join the program
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 four weeks up to eight weeks. Students interested in joining the program are encouraged to apply only from January 1 – February 28 every year. Please submit your application to Esri Indonesia’s Education Team.
Students interested in joining the program are encouraged to apply a month before the beginning of the internship program. Please submit the following documents to Esri Indonesia’s Education Team.
- An updated CV with photo
- A cover letter clearly stating the kind of project you want to be involved in and the preferred length of the internship
- A scanned copy of your student ID card.
Accepted internship applicants will received an automated e-mail from system on March 7.
Interns from Bandung Insitute of Technology created CIWIS (Citarum Weather Information System) a web portal for weather information and flood simulation along the Citarum River.
These students used social media and ArcGIS to raise awareness on littering, its environmental consequences and identified where additional bins are needed.
Follow five interns as they develop geographical information for Jababeka projects and create web applications utilising layer-data from Badan Informasi Geospasial (BIG) geoportal.