Another 12 months flies by and with it comes the creative transition of NRSPP’s Swinburne University intern.
A core element of NRSPP is its content creation and engagement, for which we rely on an intern program with Program Partner Swinburne University of Technology. NRSPP’s small budget goes a long way through our collaborative approach and partner support. This approach provides constant creative renewal and a chance to grow emerging students in being passionate about road safety by conveying data, messages and storytelling in engaging mediums.
Marama Amity and Khyati Chandarana are both currently in their third year of studying a Bachelor of Communication Design (Honours) at Swinburne University of Technology.
“As a designer deeply rooted in passion and inspired by the power of creative expression, I am hoping to leave behind a lasting impact and inspire positive change through my design in the world. I am excited to work with NRSPP and craft impactful and visually captivating designs that drive change. I am eagerly looking forward to starting our journey of creative collaboration with NRSPP!” – Khyati
“I love design and I’m always looking for new and engaging ways to communicate ideas and tell stories. I’m excited to work with other people in a professional space and develop my skills as a designer. Road safety is an important issue, and I’m grateful to have the opportunity to contribute where it matters at NRSPP.” – Marama
We look forward to our next chapter with Marama and Khyati.