Internship - ThinkPlace

25 Oct 2023

This position is offered through the ANU Computing Internship (COMP3820 / COMP4820 / COMP8830)



Project - Cantrip

We would like to establish an LLM with a knowledgebase of content that can help us generate big well-written first-draft proposals for clients, which can then be taken to completion by a human. This would involve training the model on past proposals as well as open source content.

Required technical skills

AI/ML, Falcon would be desirable but not essential

Required/preferred professional and other skills

Ability to translate business requirements into a technical solution.

Delivery Mode

Hybrid (Project can be undertaken in-person or remote)

Student location

Student must be located in Australia

Project’s Special Requirements/ Conditions

Intern requires Police Check

Type of internship


How to apply

Applications will be invited only from those students who have been confirmed as the eligible students to apply for the Computing Internship courses COMP3820 or COMP4820 or COMP8830 in the Main Round but unsuccessful to secure a placement in the Main Round.

No new applications will be accepted, see information available on the Computing Internship page.

Eligible students will receive the Supplementary Project Submission Form page between Wednesday 7th November to Wednesday 15th November via an email from

You can nominate multiple preferred Internship projects and host organisations through the one online application form.

As you have already submitted your resume in the Main Round, for the Supplementary Round Application will require you to upload only the following documents.

  • An Expression of Interest (limit 350 words) for each organisation you wish to apply to (for organisations with multiple projects only submit one Expression of Interest but state clearly which project/s you wish to be considered for).

Semester 1 2024 Supplementary Project Submissions open on Wednesday 8th November 2023 to Wednesday15th November 2023.

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