- take out appropriate travel insurance (subsidised by the Foundation)
- write a final three-page report evaluating the internship experience
- participate in Foundation professional development activities and networking events after they return
- refer to the internship as the Doc Edge, Beach House Pictures (Singapore) and the Asia New Zealand Foundation Te Whītau Tūhono internship.
Successful applicants will be required to agree to the standard Terms and Conditions for Asia New Zealand Foundation funding recipients.
Foundation interns are expected to provide two reports (web article and final report) on their experience, and to seek opportunities to share their experience on their return to New Zealand, and to remain engaged with the Asia New Zealand Foundation. Sharing your experience with others is an important part of this initiative as it enlightens others about developments in Asia.
Interns are expected to write a 600-word article (with accompanying photos) on their internship that will appear on the Foundation’s website (to be submitted during the internship) and write a final three-page report evaluating the internship experience at the end of the programme.
The intern will be expected to create fortnightly 30-second social media videos about their ongoing experience to be delivered to both the Foundation and Doc Edge for their socials media and marketing use.
You will be expected to provide a bi-weekly 30-second social media video about your ongoing experience to be delivered to both the Foundation and Doc Edge for their social media and marketing use.
Doc Edge will also host a session (live or online) to highlight the internships and have a conversation with the intern about the internship experience.
You will be expected to keep in touch with the Foundation and Doc Edge and inform them of any work or opportunities you may undertake that results from the learnings, experiences and networks you have gained from the internship.