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Do you have a passion for science or simply the desire to get involved with the work here at Science Space? There are a number of ways to be involved with the Science Space , offering educational development programs through our internship program, or invaluable experience through our volunteer program.

Paid Internships for UOW Students

Interns are undergraduate students of the University of Wollongong who are passionate about science. Interns join the program when they are in 1st or 2nd year and are drawn from relevant faculties of the University such as Education, Science, Engineering and Mathematics. Interns work in a broad range of areas at Science Space with the aim of further developing skills to enhance their future employability. Training areas include science communication, retail (front reception desk, science shop, kiosk), show presentations, science busking, outreach science shows, school holiday workshops and more. Interns undergo on-the-job training from Science Space staff and from relevant outside trainers. 

PLEASE NOTE: All applications for Science Space student intern positions are now to be submitted through UOW Jobs on Campus (JOC).

>>> We are not currently hiring at the present time.

As positions become available they will be advertised on the Jobs on Campus JobBoard. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to interview.

For more information contact the JOC Project Officer on (02) 4221 4273 or


Whether it is helping visitors on our exhibit floors or maintaining our exhibits through workshop assistance, Science Space greatly appreciates the help of our volunteers from the local community. Through our volunteer program, volunteers are involved with activities and individual projects as needed. For more information about becoming a volunteer, please contact us


60 Squires Way, North Wollongong, NSW, 2500

Phone: (02) 4286 5000
Fax: (02) 4283 6665

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