Community Correctional Services

What stands out the most to you about Monash WIL interns?

Our experience with Monash interns has been that they are professional and proactive. They have displayed a passion for putting their theory learnt at university into practice within the Community Correctional Services (CCS) context.

What are the roles and responsibilities of interns at CCS? 

Our interns will shadow a case manager for the duration of their placement. They will observe offender supervision sessions as well as practice sessions and trainings. They will assist with record keeping and have the opportunity to complete projects within CCS. In addition, interns will be able to meet with various units within CCS and learn about the various aspects of the organisation.

How do interns contribute to CCS?

They have participated in observation and provided feedback to staff. They have supported CCS through project work and developing resource lists during the COVID-19 pandemic.

What advice do you have for students trying to land an internship?

Bring a proactive attitude and show motivation to work in a case management role in a mandated setting.

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