Work experience for secondary students
The Limestone Coast Landscape Board offers unpaid work experience where you can learn about the fundamentals of a particular job or work environment.
Work experience placements are a great way to get a taste and some insight into a career in landscape management. Successful landscape management requires people with skills, interests and qualifications in:
- landcare management
- marine science
- project management
- media and communications
- Aboriginal culture
- park rangers
- and a whole lot more!
If you are interested in a career in soil and land, water management, pest management, biodiversity or community engagement, then you will find a work experience placement with us interesting, educational and fun.
Work experience placements are part of a program that is formally integrated into secondary or post-secondary education. Placements depend on available opportunities, experience you may have had and your aptitude for the role. Work experience applications are assessed on a case-by-case basis, usually by the manager of the relevant work area.
To find out more about our work experience program contact the Landscape Education team on 87351177, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.