As part of our core service to the people of educating everyone about New Zealand laws, we embark yet on another campaign.
TulelePeisa is looking for interns to help us produce authentic, hard-hitting, informative, and engaging articles. We will be accepting students enrolled in Law, Political Science, Sociology, Philosophy, History, and other law-related programs.
What’s in it for TulelePeisa
It’s quite simple. In doing so we will enable us to produce and publish more content for our thousands of readers. This will also allow us to update all of our research materials and resources. Not to mention it’s going to be a great learning experience for talented individuals.
This program is also a part of our recruitment process as we plan to absorb at least three writers from this campaign.
What’s in it for you
You won’t get paid, let’s get that out of the way. But, we will provide you with abundant learning materials and resources. You will have access to TulelePeisa’s research reports for you to use in your academic workload and requirements.
In each article you write, your name will be included in the byline as a partner, not just a contributor. This campaign will also allow you to attend seminars, training, and focus groups to expand your knowledge from real-life professionals engaged in this field of study and work.
What to write about
We want you to write about New Zealand laws and regulations and everything in between. As long as it has something to do with NZ law, we want to hear and read about it. We are confident that we will get great insights and ideas from your perspectives.
Right now, we are in the middle of our casino and gambling phase. We write about the certain laws passed down permitting and prohibiting casino, gambling, and betting operations in the country.
We are eager to learn more about the dynamics of online gambling and sports betting.
Submission for this campaign is now open. Please submit your updated resume and some sample work for us to assess. There will be an application exam followed by an interview.
We look forward to reading some of your write-ups.