The University of Melbourne and the Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) are offering businesses the opportunity to engage students from the Master of Food and Packaging Innovation (MFPI) for an industry internship in 2018.
The MFPI is a unique post-graduate degree, training students to be well rounded professionals in the area of NPD as well as food packaging processes and design.
“Taking an MFPI intern provides an ideal opportunity to assess your potential future employees,” said Nerida Kelton, MAIP executive officer.
“Students from the Master of Food Packaging and Innovation have the knowledge, skills, drive and enthusiasm to be highly successful employees, and potentially future leaders, in the food and food packaging industries.”
Hosting an intern supports industry development and the future leaders of the food and food packaging sectors. MFPI students are required to undertake 120 to 200 hours of work as part of their internship.
These hours can be taken over weeks or months, depending on the needs of the company.
Parties who are interested in taking an intern in 2018 can email email@example.com for more information.