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Internship

Internships at Resilience Development Initiative will give you the opportunity to learn and grow within the field of resilience development studies. This program facilitates young researchers to conduct independent or collaborative research. Interns at Resilience Development Initiative will be exposed to many prominent research studies ranging from the national to the international scale.


As an intern you will receive a number of benefits including:
  • Open access to Resilience Development Initiative’s research database
  • The privilege to propose research ideas according to the scope of research Resilience Development Initiative is concerned with
  • Open access to the network of researchers and other notable members of researchers at Resilience Development Initiative

Funding

Resilience Development Initiative does not provide funding for the internship program. Applicants are expected to find their own source of funding for the travel and accommodation during the internship program. However RDI will provide additional support, such as: office space, training, involvement in invited lectures, administrative support, Visa support (for international applicants), and research equipment.


Furthermore, RDI has hosted a number of interns from many institutions, such as:


For further information, you can email our contact person for RDI’s Internship Program :
Ichsan Hafiz L | E-mail: ichsan.hafiz@rdi.or.id
Currents and previous list of interns at RDI can be seen at members page.

2018 Internship Opportunity



Until 2018, RDI received 61 interns from 20 different universities, and have seen their capabilities increased as researchers. We are now looking for highly motivated interns who are eager to get some research experiences. In 2018 & 2019, we open internships on topics related to:



Interns at Resilience Development Initiative will be faced with many prominent research studies ranging from national to international scale. Internship period is January—June 2018.

Internship Activities

Internship Testimony

My three-month role as a research intern at RDI was a very positive, interesting and productive experience. I spent my internship researching and writing a working paper on the potential for analysing why smallholders choose particular land management techniques.

- Thomas Guy Lovett, Leiden University (Netherlands)

Interning at RDI was my first working experience as future humanitarian practitioner. It gave me the precious opportunity to be introduce to the research and knowledge building world which is behind any effective and efficient relief operation.

- Marta Mori, NOHA Association Universities

It has been a real pleasure to do my internship at RDI. The environment was the embodiment of a positive, inclusive, supportive and empowering work-place and everyone was inspirational in their own way. I could not have wished for a better experience and it has certainly opened my horizons to conducting fur-ther research or even taking research up as a career.

- Justyna Green, Murdoch University (Australia)

The professional placement at RDI was the highlight of my time in Bandung and it was an immensely rewarding way to complete the IR semester at UNPAR. Further to international relations, it brought together much prior learning and areas of future interest in the fields of sustainability science, the non government sec-tor and Indonesian studies. This contributed to valuable and unique interdisciplinary work experience with outcomes including writing a research paper.

- Janelle Falconer, University of the Sunshine Coast (Australia)

RDI’s internship program not only allows me to conduct a conducive re-search based on my topic of interest, but also provides me with the chance to get broad ranges of supervision and support that I need for my research. On top of that, it also gives me the chance to meet amazing people from different backgrounds who share the same passion. If you want to experi-ence how it is like to work in the research field firsthand, RDI offers the best opportunity for it.

- Aini N. Z. Maulani, Parahyangan University (Indonesia)

Internship in RDI is a great experi-ence. I think this internship pro-gram is recommended for those who want to know how the re-searcher working.

- Salma Humaira, Institute of Technology Bandung (Indonesia)

As I joined RDI as an intern, I figured that RDI is more than an ideal place to strengthen my writing and analyti-cal skills. I believe it is a privilege to have the leniency to explore topic and areas of my interest while being supported by supervisors that have greater knowledge in the field.

- Deidra A. Said, Earlham College (USA)

RDI provide a positive working environment in which an intern can feel comfortable, whilst also make a solid contribution to the body of work produced by RDI.

- Michael Coffey, Murdoch University (Australia)

Internship Previous Topics

2018

Monica Vira Ajeng Kristanti

Ending Cianjur's Child Marriage

Parahyangan University
2018

Wido Wibisono

Bandung Land Use Vulnerability

Institute of Technology Sumatera
2018

Max Anny Laura Pardede

Institutional Challenges in Earthquake Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) Efforts on Building Resilience in Bandung City, West Java

Institute of Technology Sumatera
2018

Arif Ramadhan

The Role of Renewable Energy toward Livelihoods Activity in East Sumba

Institute of Technology Sumatera
2018

Ima Rianida Hutagalung

Renewable Energy toward Infrastructure Development in East Sumba

Institute of Technology Sumatera
2018

Alhamidi

The Policy Concept Framework in Development of Renewable Energy Sumba Iconic Island, Case Study: East Sumba

Institute of Technology Sumatera
2018

James Stefanuto

Reducing the Production of Vulnerability in Indonesian Disaster Governance

The University of Western Australia
2018

Senjaya Setianto

Transportation Network Company and Ridesourcing in Indonesia

Parahyangan University Bandung
2018

Claudia Andjani

Optimalization of Biogas Potential from Kitchen Waste with a Variety of Food Waste Composition

Institute of Technology Bandung
2018

Dini Widyani

Optimalization of Biogas Potential from Rice Husk and Cow Dung with Total Solid Variation

University of New South Wales
2018

Sani Septiani

Optimalization of Biogas Potential from Rice Husk and Cow Dung with Total Solid Variation

University of New South Wales
2017

Alexis Castro Robles

The Development of Geoparks in Indonesia

University of New South Wales
2017

Nicholas Maunsell

Solar Photovoltaic Energy Development in Indonesia

University of Sydney
2017

Nakanwagi Orashida

Waste Water Management in Kampala

Institute of Technology Bandung
2017

Salma Humaira

Preferences Mapping of Household Biodigester Product in Bandung

Institute of Technology Bandung
2017

Ricky Firmansyah

Tourism Stake Holder Perspective's On Potential Disaster Case Study of Tourism Destination Around Guntur Volcano Indonesia

Institute of Technology Bandung
2017

Aini Nur Zahiyah

Perceptions Of Online-Based Transportation In Urban Area Case Study: Online Taxi Service In Bandung

Parahyangan University
2017

Marta Mori

How Cultural Aspects Shape Resilience an Analysis of Mt Sinabung and the Karo Case Study, North Sumatra, Indonesia

NOHA, Association of Universities
2017

Kirana Nadhila

Feasibility Study of Biodigester Implementation in Bandung City to Treat Kitchen Waste

Institute of Technology Bandung
2017

Thomas Guy Lovett

The Potential for Analysing How Small Scale Farmers Choose Burning as a Land Clearing Strategy in South Sumatra

Leiden University Netherlands
2017

Anjali Nadaradjane

Women’s and Children’s Public Health in Nusa Tenggara Barat

Macquarie University Australia
2017

Cherry Zheng

Navigating the infinite timeline: Social integration of refugees in long-term transit

Australia National University
2017

Justyna Green

Changes in Aid Allocation for Disaster Risk Reduction

Murdoch University
2017

Janelle Falconer

Stakeholder and Local Community Response to Batur Geopark: Reflecting Socio Economi Sustainability

University of the Sunshine Coast
2017

Deidra Alyanadine Said

Assessment on Child Protection Programs and Role of Education to Reduce Child Maltreatment

Earlham College
2017

Michael Coffey

The Role of Post Disaster Needs Assessments in adressing vulnerability of Internally Displaced Persons in the Post Disaster Recovery Process

Murdoch University
2016

Adam Reeves

The impact of Program Keluarga Harapan Implementation to community resilience in East Nusa Tenggara

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
2016

Anna Himmelreich

Sumba Culture and Community Resilience

Australia National University
2016

Michael Coffey

The Impact of Major Geological Hazards to Resilience Community in Indonesia

Murdoch University
2016

Elise Currie

Assessment of Renewable Energy Impact to Community Resilience in Sumba Island

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
2016

Ashley Carvalho

The most effective Social Protection measures for building resilience in children in the face of natural disasters in the Cianjur District

University of Notre dame
2015

Rizky Ramadhan

Citra Pariwisata Kota Bandung Sebagai Kota Art Deco: Studi Kasus Kawasan Asia Afrika dan Braga

Indonesia University of Education
2015

Fery Irawan

Analisa Brand Image dalam Brand Management pada Hotel di Obyek Wisata Cipanas Garut

Indonesia University of Education
2015

Muhammad Ihsan

Tourist Brand Loyalty Based Consumer Typology: a case study of Hot Spring Resort in Cipanas, Garut District, West Java

Indonesia University of Education
2015

Zakaria Tazi Hnyine

Analysing the Economic Benefits of Rural Biogas Adoption in Selo Sub-District, Boyolali, Indonesia

University of Twente
2014

Ayumas Widya Sari

Spatial Relationship Between Land Use Change and Flood Occurrences in Urban Area of Palembang

Institute of Technology Bandung