Interns in Industry
Interns in Industry gives students the opportunity to complete a business internship with a local eastern-region business, made possible with a long standing Deakin Business School (DBS) collaboration with three city councils Whitehorse, Knox and Maroondah.
Running for over ten years, Interns in Industry has provided a great learning experience for many Deakin students, and excellent industry engagement for local business in these council areas.
Read about Jenbury Financial's experience with an Intern.
Apply for an Intern
Free Outdoor Activation Resources
As a part of our Outdoor Activation Projects, Knox Council is giving out (via order form) resources to attract customers to retail centres.
Resources available to businesses include:
- fairy lights (box of 500)
- hand sanitiser stands, and
- graffiti removal kits.
The Economic Development team have plenty of stock for businesses.
Find out more about Outdoor Activation in Knox
Order your free resources here
Detox Your Home-based Business
It’s time to clean those unwanted household chemicals out of your shed, cupboard and from under your sink.
You can dispose of them safely at Sustainability Victoria’s Detox Your Home event in Knoxfield. Registrations are essential.
Collected items are recovered for reuse or safely disposed of.
Register your drop off here
Monash Women's Business Network
Join Monash Women's Business Network for a light lunch and sit down with Alice Mahar, the Founder and Director of The Corner Store Network to discuss working towards food security through a social enterprise.
The Corner Store Network is on a mission to put people and planet before profit by running several initiatives, addressing global challenges with local solutions. Book now to network with your peers and learn more about food security and Alice’s personal journey as a young leader.
Hosted at Eastern Innovation at 11.00am on 25th of May 2022.
Register and book tickets
Monash Business School Circular Economy Workshops
Monash Business School, in partnership with the South East Melbourne Manufacturers Alliance (SEMMA), invites you to join a 60-minute webinar to help you start your journey on learning about the circular economy.
Sustainability Victoria and Monash Business School will help you learn more about:
• What the circular economy is, and its importance to your industry
• Experiences and successes of others who have adopted circular economy strategies and practices
• An introductory road map on adapting relevant strategies and practices to your organisation
This project is supported by the Recycling Victoria Business Support Fund as part of the Circular Economy Business Innovation Centre (CEBIC).
Find out more